Fredericksburg Baptist Church


We commit to Witness, as the preservation, instruction, and the spreading of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Sunday Morning sunday school

9:45 am: Classes for infants, children, youth, and adults

click here to find a list of classes offered for all ages

Sunday Night Activities
September through May (look for more updated schedules in the church calendar and newsletter)
- Youth: snack supper around tables with discussion cards and cooperative games from 5:30-7 p.m.

Special Friends Ministry
The Special Friends MInistry that began in 1979 seeks to meet the spiritual needs of the developmentally disabled adults in our congregation. Twenty to thirty friends gather each week at 9:45 am in room A1 to join in a time of Bible Study, fellowship and activities. Many special friends also sit together in the worship service at 11:00 am.
Silent Friends Ministry
The Silent Friends Ministry seeks to minister to those who may be hearing impaired by providing a means of interpretation both in Sunday School and in the Sunday 11:00 am worship service. Silent Friends gather each week at 9:45 am in room A301 to join in a time of Bible Study and Fellowship.
Wednesday Night Dinner and Activities (Sept.-May)
Join us for a time of fellowship, prayer, and discipleship on Wednesday evenings in Ferrell Hall on Level 1 (you can also enter from Caroline Street). Dinner is $6 per person (no more than $18 per family) and begins at 5:15 pm.
- Adults: Prayer time and Bible Study/Missions Presentation from 6:15-7:15
- Children: Choir and Mission from 6-7:15
- Youth: Bible Study and Fellowship from 6-7:15
Homebound Ministry
Various ministries throughout the church seek to provide spiritual encouragement and fellowship for members and friends who are no longer physically able to attend services. The TLC Ministry coordinates visitation, cards, and flowers for homebound individuals. Women's Circle groups and congregational volunteers visit area nursing homes and share devotions with members and friends. Our deacons also make it possible for communion to be observed in the home for those who are unable to make it to worship services to participate.