First Baptist Church is a ministry-oriented church. We believe that believers have been gifted by the Spirit for the building up of the body of Christ. To this end, we seek to provide opportunities for believers to exercise their God-given gifts within the church. Choose a subcategory in the menu above to learn more about some of these ministries.
Our desire is not only to proclaim the Gospel in our own community, but to spread a passion for the glory of God to all nations.
Sunday School is the lifeblood of our Christian education program, with classes available for all ages. Our Sunday School classes serve as a means of learning about the Scriptures, and an opportunity for fellowship with one another in smaller groups. All of our Sunday School Classes meet at 9:45 AM on Sunday morning.
AWANA is an international, Bible centered youth ministry providing local churches with weekly clubs and programs from three-year olds through sixth grade. Our goal is to reach boys and girls, and their families, with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him. The acronym AWANA comes from the first letters of Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed - II Timothy 2:15.
The youth ministry at First Baptist Church of Lapeer exists to influence teens to magnify the splendor of God by loving the Lord with all their hearts, minds, and strength and by loving others as they love themselves (Matthew 22:36-40).
The Library Ministry strives to meet the informational and recreational media needs of all who attend First Baptist Church. We encourage you to stop in and browse. It is not necessary to be a member to take advantage of library services.
Started approximately 20 years ago as a ministry to the Deaf, First Baptist Church of Lapeer has given the gospel of Jesus Christ to those who may never have heard it otherwise. Today, First Baptist Church has several exciting opportunities to learn and grow from the Word of God for the Deaf and their families (Mark 16:15).
A group of men from First Baptist Church of Lapeer brings the Gospel to incarcerated men in Lapeer County Jail on Sunday nights and Wednesday nights. Many of the men at the jail are at a very low point in their lives. As we share with them the gospel, our prayer is that they would repent and be converted and begin a new life with Christ.
Faithkeepers seeks to provide opportunities for fellowship and outreach for adults age 50 and over.
The goal of our Ladies' Ministries is to promote the active pursuit of God and His Word, and to teach and equip in the growing and training of Godly women in Christ.