Plan A Visit

Service times, directions, and what to expect upon your first visit to First Baptist Bolivar

Getting to know each other

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Fbcbolivar a great one!

SERVICE TIMES

First Baptist Bolivar meets every weekend and offers multiple service times to choose from across multiple locations:


  • First Baptist Encounter (Esquire Theater): Sundays at 8:00am | 10:50am
  • First Baptist Encounter (Main Building): Sundays at 9:15am
  • First Baptist Blended (Main Building): Sundays at 10:50am
  • Wednesday Night at the Esquire: Wednesdays at 7:00pm

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS

First Baptist has five Buildings on our campus. Find each location address by clicking here.

What can I expect?

Where are you located? First Baptist Church is located at 316 North Main Avenue in Bolivar—two blocks north of the town square.


Where do I park? Guest parking is located right by the water tower on the corner of Main Avenue and Locust Street.


Where do I go? We encourage guest to enter our main entrance on the West side of our main building. This entrance features a large stained glass window steeple. Inside, we have a Welcome Center that will help you get situated for Core Groups or for a worship service.


Is it OK to bring children into the worship service? Yes—you may bring your children into a worship service with you. We also have structured childcare of those 2nd Grade and younger. In addition, we have areas for nursing mothers and private rooms for restless children.


What should I wear to a church service? People who attend First Baptist wear a wide variety of clothing from casual attire to business attire.


Is your worship service radio broadcast? Yes—our blended worship service is broadcast live on 99.1FM KYOO on Sunday mornings at 10:50am.


What denomination is First Baptist Church, Bolivar? We are a member of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Mid-Lakes Baptist Association.



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