Sunday Worship - 9 & 11 AM

at church and online

We currently offer two identical in-person services, at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. We use every other row as part of social distancing. For the time being we will not have Sunday School or the PM Service. 


UPDATE: Nursery and Sunday Children's Programs will resume on Sunday, Dec. 6 at the 11:00 AM service only.


We offer nursery at the 11 AM service for children age 3 and younger. We will ask screening questions at check in to reduce risk for COVID-19. Use of nursery or kids programs is completely optional for families. 


We offer preschool ministry and Kidz Blast during the 11 AM service only. Preschool ministry starts at 11 AM and is currently for kids age 4 through Pre-K. Kidz Blast is for kids grades K-3. Kidz Blast kids are dismissed from the worship center right before the sermon. 


If you choose to attend in-person, please remember to take COVID precautions such as social distancing seriously. If you have possible COVID symptoms or have reasons to think you may be a health risk to others, please stay home and worship online. If you are especially vulnerable to the virus please consider the wisdom of worshipping online during this time.


The services are live streamed each week at facebook.com/firstbaptistmiddleville. You will be able to watch the service online live or any time after that. 


Click here for the full online worship service on Facebook.


Click here for online giving.


All Wednesday programs are currently paused. We hope to resume them after the New Year.

Your Calling in the Local Church

Series: Your Work and Callings (11/29/20)

This is the sermon only. The full service can be found at facebook.com/firstbaptistmiddleville. Other sermons in this series can be found here.


COVID-19 Precautions

  • We will use every other pew for each worship service, switching pews between the 9 AM and 11 AM services.
  • Please try to leave a six-foot space between you and other families.
  • We will clean as much as possible between services.
  • Please refrain from shaking hands or hugging.
  • Please do not attend services if you have a temperature, if you are sick, or if you have reason to believe you are a health risk to others.
  • If you are especially vulnerable or concerned about health issues, please consider the wisdom of worshipping online during this time. Online services are live-streamed at facebook.com/firstbaptistmiddleville.
  • We will not be passing the plate to collect the offering. Instead, use the black collection box in the small foyer. You can also give online at fbcmiddleville.net/giving. Checks can be mailed to First Baptist Church, 5215 M-37, Middleville MI, 49333.
  • You may wear a facemask at any time if you choose. Note: According to the Governor's July 10 Executive Order masks are "highly encouraged" but "removing a mask while engaging in religious worship at a house of worship" is not subject to penalty under law.
  • To reduce risk, to use the nursery or children's programs you must be able to answer "no" to the following questions: (1) Is anyone in your household experiencing symptoms: Sore throat, cough, fever greater than 100 degrees, chills, body aches, shortness of breath for unknown reasons, or loss of taste or smell? (2) Has anyone in your house tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days? (3) Has anyone in your house been in contact with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 

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FBC is full of friendly people who are saved by the cross, love the Lord, believe the Bible, live for the glory of Jesus and want others to know Him too. 


There are many reasons why FBC would be a great church for your family...

  • Jesus Christ and His glory are first in all we do
  • Real people worshiping a real God with their whole lives
  • Heartfelt worship to God from the people, not a concert for the people
  • Biblical preaching and teaching with depth for you to grasp and grow
  • A church that believes the Bible, no matter how the winds keep changing
  • Friendly people who aren't legalistic but want to keep becoming more like Jesus (saved by grace and called to grow)
  • Not too big - Not too small
  • Meaningful ministries for all kids
  • Children's programs and Youth Group every Wednesday during the school year
  • Five Sunday School groups for adults on Sundays and three adult Bible Studies on Wednesdays [Note: Some programs are on hold because of COVID.]
  • Many opportunities to grow in real relationships
  • Many opportunities to serve
  • A church that seeks to be a lighthouse for our community not a clubhouse for the few
  • People shaped by the conviction that we are saved by grace alone, earned for us by Christ alone, and received by faith alone
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