WELCOME to Earlington First Baptist
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    Worship and Ministry Times

    9:00 AM - Free donuts, coffee, juice, and milk in the Koinonia Cafe (Basement level of main building)
    9:30 AM - Bible Study Life Groups (Sunday School small groups for all ages and stages of life)
    10:30 AM - Worship Celebration
    6:00 PM - Evening Worship Celebration

    *Children In Action (Grades K-3), *Grapple (Grades 4-6), *Grounded (Grades 7-12)
    *7:00 PM - Discipleship University

    *5:00 PM - Fellowship Meal
    6:00 PM - theCONNECTION (This is a study and worship for all ages - meet in the main sanctuary)
    *TeamKID Club (Grades K-6), *IGNITE Student Ministry (Grades 7-12)
    *7:00 PM - Discipleship University (resumes in February)

    *This ministry or activity does not take place during June or July


  • Earlington First Bapitst Church

    114 East Moss Avenue
    Earlington, Kentucky  42410

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    Contact & Office Info

    PHONE:  270-383-5424

    EMAIL:  contact@earlingtonfbc.com

    OFFICE HOURS:  Monday - Thursday 9AM - 1PM, Closed Friday


    ASSISTANCE REQUESTS:  Tuesdays by appointment ONLY (Please call for an appointment.  We would love to help you if possible)
    What is a typical Sunday worship service like?
  • On Sunday morning we gather together for worship at10:45 AM.  This service is a time of celebration as we worship together and explore God’s Word.

    Click Here to Watch a Previous Worship Service 

    We combine joy and reverence in musical style as an expression of our Christian experience. Our music is intentional, reverent, and joyful with a mixture of old and new hymns, songs,  and choruses led by a variety of instruments and singers to foster robust congregational singing.

    Prayers and Scripture Reading
    We have a variety of prayers – confession, praise, thanksgiving, and pastoral supplication. We pray for needs inside and outside our church, knowing that the kingdom of God goes beyond Earlington’s ministry. We also have a public Scripture reading from either the Old or New Testament.

    We are passionately committed to expositional preaching, meaning that point of the sermon is the point of the particular passage. Our sermons series cover portions of both the Old and New Testaments. The preaching is approximately 45 minutes. Click here to listen to a sermon.

    We would love for you to stay after the service for a few minutes and let us meet you. There are greeters at most doors, and people often linger to talk and get to know each other.

    If you are not a Christian, please know that you are very welcome and should feel the freedom to participate in the service to whatever degree you feel comfortable. We do not expect you to affirm or sing about things you do not believe. You are more than welcome to sit and observe. We do collect money every Sunday but only expect that members give.

    While most people will be dressed in “business casual” attire, you are welcome to wear something more casual or more formal.
    What do I wear when I come?
    Where do I park when I attend for the first time?
    What door should I enter when I arrive?
    I can't walk up and down stairs. Is the facility accessible for me?
    Do I have to give money when I attend?
    I don't have transportation. Is there a way for me to come?
    I have a baby. Is there a staffed nursery to help care for them while I am at EFBC?
    Is there anything at EFBC for preschoolers?
    What is available for children?
    What is offered for teens?
    I am a college student. Is there a place for me?
    What classes and ministries are available for adults?
    I am single. Will I fit in?
    I am divorced. Will I be accepted?
    I live an alternative lifestyle. Will I be welcome?
    How do I become a member of Earlington First Baptist?
    What are your beliefs about baptism and the Lord's Supper/Communion?
  • Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper.

    The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second coming.  

    At Earlington First Baptist Church, we allow all individuals present, who have professed their faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of their life, have followed Him in obedience of scriptural baptism, and are associated by membership with a sister Baptist church, to participate with us in the observance of this ordinance.  Some refer to this practice as "open communion".

    Matthew 3:13-1726:26-3028:19-20Mark 1:9-1114:22-26Luke 3:21-2222:19-20John 3:23Acts 2:41-428:35-3916:30-3320:7Romans 6:3-51 Corinthians 10:16,2111:23-29Colossians 2:12.

    Who are the leaders and staff?
    Can I give online to support Earlington FBC?