Welcome to First Baptist Church of Rosemount!
Whether you are new to church or coming from another ministry, the opportunities to serve and be a part of First Baptist are numerous. Hundreds of people volunteer both on Sunday and throughout the week, and they find a special joy in serving Christ, using their talent and abilities for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Sunday School — 10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Worship — 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship — 6:00 PM
Wednesday Midweek Service — 7:00 PM
At First Baptist Church, teaching and growing our children in the Lord is a high priority. On Sunday morning, there is a children’s service that includes fun games and exciting songs but most importantly a lesson out of the Bible. If you have any difficulty finding which classroom your child should be attending, please ask one of our greeters in the church lobby. A nursery is provided for children under three years of age.
Frequently Asked Questions
Visitor parking is located in the south parking lot of our campus. While entering from the south, merge right, follow the service road north, and make a left just before the building. As you circle counterclockwise around our lot, you will notice visitor parking spots available. If you are elderly or handicapped, ample parking is available for you near our church entrances. Valet parking service is available for the elderly and handicapped by letting an usher or greeter know when you enter.
What is Sunday school?
The Sunday school hour meets at 10:00 a.m. Upon your arrival to church, greeters at the door can show you where the children’s classes are. With several classes available, there is a place for everyone. Principles from the Bible for everyday living are taught at an age-appropriate level. Sunday school ends at 10:45 a.m.
What about my children?
Our church is all about children, too. Little children and infants are cared for in the nursery located to the right as you walk into our foyer. We have several kids’ programs available including a full array of Sunday school classes for all ages.
What is the morning worship service?
The morning worship service is the main service of First Baptist Church. We meet at 11:00 a.m., and the service includes music from our congregation, orchestra, and choir as well as a time for preaching. Our songs are conservative in nature, and the preaching of God’s Word is of an evangelistic nature. We trust you will enjoy the morning worship service and that your heart will be greatly blessed by being present for this special time.
What about the Sunday night service?
The evening service on Sunday starts at 6:00 p.m. and is sometimes referred to as the “family hour” or “family service” because the younger children are in the service. The preaching is directed more to the needs of Christians and their daily walk with God. This family-friendly atmosphere is evident during this wonderful time together. This service is both a blessing and a challenge for those needing encouragement, help, and strength in their Christian life.
What goes on Wednesday night?
First Baptist Church has a Wednesday night service, which is our midweek prayer service. Geared in a manner of Bible teaching, Christians receive instruction from God’s Word usually in a topic-oriented environment such as one that would follow our church’s overall annual theme. There is a brief prayer time as well, and oftentimes, people give testimonies of God’s goodness and blessing. This service starts at 7:00 p.m.
What’s the invitation?
The invitation is the last part of each Sunday service at First Baptist. It is simply a time, if people so choose, to respond to what God has spoken to their heart about. This is done by coming forward and kneeling to pray. This time is important as people can make life-changing decisions that affect their life in a positive way for the Lord. It is at this time that you can request for someone to pray with you or make your decision for the Lord public. We have trained staff who would be happy to assist you during the invitation. The greatest need would be to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior.