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Welcome To Our Church

At First Baptist Church you will find traditional worship with excellent music, multiple opportunities for bible study, a warm and welcoming fellowship and a variety of opportunities to use your gifts in missions and ministry. We offer a Rotational Sunday School model for children and a ministry to youth that encourages their growth in Christ and the development of their talents in active service. We would love to welcome you to our fellowship or be of help to you in any way that we can.

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Weekly Services

Choose a service to attend

Sunday School
Sunday 9:30 AM
Morning Worship
Sunday 11:00 AM
Family Night Supper
Wednesday 5:30 PM
F4 (Youth Program), Mission Friends (Children's Program) and Adult Bible Study
Wednesday 6:30 PM

Hi! We are First Baptist Church

Our Vision and Values

Our vision is to grow in our relationship with God, through Christ, so that we may more effectively share God’s message of love and grace with others. We value MISSIONS that give opportunities to serve God by serving others. We value SPIRITUAL GROWTH through worship, study, and service. We value FELLOWSHIP that is strong and open, welcoming everyone. We value LEADERSHIP that seeks God’s will and pursues his calling.

Worship

Worship at First Baptist Church is designed to honor and glorify God and to provide people with an opportunity to encounter his love and grace. The services feature creative approaches in a traditional setting. Sermons are biblically-based and intellectually challenging. 

The Sunday morning services feature a time for children in the sanctuary and a children’s church that begins when the younger children leave the sanctuary following the offering. We hope you will join us for worship and that you will find an atmosphere that is warm and inviting and that assists you in focusing on your relationship with God. Our prayer is that you will hear and experience the Good News of Christ in a way that will encourage you to place your trust in him and strengthen your journey with him. We look forward to meeting you.

Missions

At FBC we believe that serving in Missions is important. Since 2007, our church has been sending a mission team to Lom, Bulgaria to work in the local orphanage. To read about our mission trip to Bulgaria, check out our blog!


Meet our staff

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Colton Allen Pastor

Colton grew up in Athens, GA where he was raised in the local Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. He made a personal profession of faith at age 14 and joined the Athens Baptist Church a year later. Colton attended Furman University where he received a BA degree in English and fell in love with Hannah Long. They married after college and moved to Louisville, KY where he received his M. Div. degree in 1980 from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After seminary Colton served as Minister to Youth at First Baptist Church of Greenville, SC, during which time he earned his Doctor of Ministry degree. Before coming to Duluth in 2004 he was pastor of First Baptist Church in Clayton, GA. He has served on the national coordinating committee of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and the McAfee School of Theology Board of Visitors.
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Mike Smith Minister to Youth and Children

Mike is a graduate of McAfee School of Theology. Mike is a native of Nicholasville, KY and the son of a Baptist minister. He graduated, with honors, from the University of Kentucky in 2012. During his college days, he served for a year and a half as the Youth Minister in his home church. He entered McAfee in 2013, receiving a McAfee Merit Scholarship. In 2012, Mike participated in a missions’ partnership between churches in Kentucky and Christians in Morocco. In May of 2014, he participated in a Missions Immersion experience in India. Mike currently is the minister to youth and children at First Baptist Church.

GIVING to First Baptist Church

Giving

Jesus said that where your treasure is, your heart is there also. What He means is that if our money is our treasure, our heart belongs to our wallets and not to Him. The Bible also speaks about being a good steward of all the blessings God has given you, including your money. So we want to honor Him by giving back a portion of what He has so generously given to us.

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