Welcome to Forest Baptist Church

We are a missions-minded Southern Baptist church whose vision is “To Know Him and To Make Him Known.” Click below to learn about who we are, why we exist, and how we serve King Jesus. Hope to see you this Lord’s Day.
What to Expect Weekly Gatherings

Job Opening

We have a job opening for a part-time Maintenance / Facilities Manager.

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Weekly Bulletin

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FBC Updates

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Current Updates

Vacation Bible School 2022

Vacation Bible School 2022

Registration for Vacation Bible School is now open (For those who have completed K through 5th Grade). VBS at FBC is open to the community (not just for FBC members). Help spread the word by sharing it on social media. Visit the link below to register your kids today....

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New Men’s Group Starting June 8

New Men’s Group Starting June 8

Join a new bi-weekly men’s reading and fellowship group June 8 at 6:30am at the church building. We’ll be reading the book “The Men We Need.” Contact Mark Hernandez to join or for more info.

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Sunday Message for May 29, 2022

Sunday Message for May 29, 2022

There are some things we don't know about the Bible, but there are other things we absolutely know for sure as believers. Jesus assures us when we doubt, hears us when we pray, keeps us when we stumble and He shows us He is God!  ...

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Our Vision

The purpose of Forest Baptist Church is to “propagate among all people the gospel of Jesus Christ and to provide opportunities for worship, training, spiritual growth and service.” In short, “To Know Him & To Make Him Known…”.

Our Mission

Our church is a missions minded church. We are actively involved in missions around the world. From our ever-present missions emphasis to multiple international and domestic mission trips each year we seek to involve our members in missions.
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Our Preaching

Preaching at FBC is primarily expositional, meaning that it seeks to declare the point of a particular Bible passage. Our passion in preaching is for biblical accuracy to shape contemporary life. All preaching is gospel-driven and Christ-centered.

I'm New

We believe that the church should not be made up of a single, homogeneous group, but should be as diverse as the community in which it is located. In fact, we want to look as much like heaven as possible. That’s why we welcome and encourage people of any age or race, or from any walk of life, to visit with us. You’ll find both young and old gladly worshipping and serving the Lord side by side at Forest Baptist Church (FBC).
What to ExpectWeekly Gatherings
  • No Choir Practice on June 29, 2022 7:30 pm
  • Women's Ministry Bible Study on June 30, 2022 9:30 am
  • Church Office Closed on July 4, 2022 All Day

A Word from the Pastor

SBC Sex Abuse Report Findings

SBC Sex Abuse Report Findings

(The following is a summary of the recent SBC Sex Abuse Report. I relied on the report itself and numerous articles to condense the findings. Read accordingly.) The Background For decades, within the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), there have been accusations and...

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Are You Guilty of Love?

Are You Guilty of Love?

Let’s talk about your love life. (Not that love life.) I’m talking about your love life as a Christian. In John 13:25 our Lord said, “By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” Love is not just a mark of being a Christian,...

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Statement

As those who know God, we believe it necessary to set forth in a concise fashion the cornerstone truths of our church as guided by Scripture.

Covenant

We spur one another on to live in light of a greater covenant, one initiated by love, sealed by sacrifice, and kept for eternity by our Savior, Jesus Christ

Constitution

Our Constitution outlines our polity, commitments, practice and purpose ensuring that “all things can be properly and in an orderly manner. (1 Cor 14:40)