The first priority we have as Christians is to worship God. If our lives do not reflect a heart for God, they will not reflect a heart for people. At First Baptist, we worship corporately on Sunday mornings at 10:30a. We are also called to worship individually throughout the week as well.
God created us as relational beings. Out of a loving relationship with God comes a natural love for the people He created. First Baptist strives to show their love in tangible ways by serving our community. The greatest way we meet the needs of others is by sharing Jesus Christ’s love with them.
Small Groups 9:30a
First Baptist is a family. We encourage one another, pray for one another, teach one another, and serve one another. Discipleship, accountability, and support are all ways we reach in and promote Christian growth. Our small groups meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30 and are the best way to get connected with our family.
At First Baptist, we are a church for all people. It doesn’t matter what your past is because we are more concerned about your future. We come from all walks of life but we are all unified with one purpose – to reach the world with the message of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Trey Reid, Senior Pastor
Trey Reid was born and raised in Homestead Florida. He started his Christian walk in 1993, after hearing the gospel and responding during a school chapel service. After being very active in church during middle and high school, Trey followed God’s call into full time ministry. That call led him to attend Boyce College in Louisville, Kentucky. He met his wife Hannah there, and they were married on August 7, 2004. They have two beautiful daughters, Callie and Ashtyn. Trey holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Boyce College and is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity from Southern Seminary. He has served in full time ministry since 2005 at churches in Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina and Illinois. He is passionate about connecting with people and helping them connect with Christ. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family, golfing, playing guitar, and watching University of Kentucky basketball.
Children from ages 3 years through 5th grade enjoy a high energy study on Sunday mornings from 9:30a to 10:15a on the second floor. Crafts, games, and prizes motivate kids to learn more about God’s Word. Melissa Chapman leads a team of workers for Quest 252.
Apex Student ministry is for 6th through 8th grade students. They meet on Sunday evenings from 5:00p to 7:00p on the third floor. Missy Brown and Jim Chapman are the co-leaders. The Junior High small group is taught on the third floor Sunday mornings at 9:30a by Jim and Barb Riggs.
Higher ground, for high school students, meets on Sunday nights at 5:00p in the youth room on the third floor for food, football, ping pong, homework, and fellowships. Youth group follows at 6:00p. Higher Ground leaders are Aaron and Megam Jones. The High School small group is also taught by the Jones on Sunday mornings at 9:30a.
Our Sunday morning service is designed to help people Reach Up in worship. We meet at 10:30a in the sanctuary. There is a fully staffed nursery for infants through 3 years old. This is a time for people to connect with God and each other. You can hear some of the songs that we are singing by visiting this page.
FBC Robinson offers a variety of small groups on Sunday mornings at 9:30a . We have classes for infants and toddlers, children, teenagers, and adults of all ages. You can stop at our welcome desk to be directed to the appropriate classrooms.
On the second, third, and fourth Sundays of the month, children ages 3 through 3rd grade may be dismissed to attend Junior Church after the singing and before the pastor’s message. Children can be picked up following the service from the children’s area across from from the sanctuary. There is no Junior Church on the first and fifth Sundays.
We are blessed to partner with eight international missionaries on four different continents. Our goal is to send at least one team every year on a mission trip and some years we send more. In addition to making trips, we are able to help many of our missionaries with tangible collections throughout the year. Contact the church office for updates on our missionaries and to find out how you can send support.
The purpose of our Mom2Mom group is to reach out to moms in our community: encouraging them in their season of life, meeting practical needs, building on mothering skills, and fostering healthy relationships in a God honoring environment. For more information, visit our blog.