We are a church for all people - that means you!
Sunday Worship Service: 10:50am
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Where do I park?
Wherever you would like! We also have special “Guest Parking” places reserved for you in the front of the church building!
2. What is the Sunday morning service like?
We are a diverse church in a diverse community, and we want you to feel culturally connected in our morning worship service. Musically, you may hear anything from the newest Gospel songs, to hymns led by piano and organ, to international choruses introduced by our church members. You will hear relevant messages from God’s Word. This is all done in a relaxed, friendly environment.
4. Do you have language interpretation for me?
We offer LIVE interpretation of our sermons into Spanish, Chinese, and Korean, courtesy of our talented interpreting team. Click HERE for more info.
3. Do you have a Bible Study for me?
Yes! First Baptist Church Duluth has a Bible Study for each member of the family, no matter the age- beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Bible Study is our main way to connect people with each other in small groups as they study the Bible. Our greeters in the Welcome Center will help you find a class.
4. What about my kids during worship?
Approximately halfway through the morning worship service, children K - 5th grade will be dismissed to go down to the Kids Theater for Kids Worship!
For Preschoolers, our Extended Teaching Care (ETC) is the ministry of care and teaching to this age group during the 10:50 a.m. Worship Service.
Infant care is provided during all Sunday morning ministries. Parents must check their child in at the Infant Suite downstairs in the Preschool area. Parents are issued a pager to be used in the event that they are needed for their child.
5. When can I meet the Pastor?
Pastor Mark is available most Sundays in our International Grounds Cafe for our After-Church Party following the Worship Service to greet you. As our guest, we have a special gift for you at the reception!
6. How should I dress?
On any given Sunday you will see people in t-shirts and shorts, traditional African or Indian dress, suits and ties, and everything in between. We encourage you to come as you are!