Maplewood Baptist Church exists to win the lost and develop the saved into fully functioning followers of Jesus Christ (Matt. 28:18-20).
What is a fully functioning follower of Jesus Christ? What does such a person look like? Followers of Jesus Christ are identified by CONVERSION (have a Savior), COMMITMENT (have a Lord), and CONTRIBUTION (have a ministry).
At Maplewood Baptist Church, our goal is to help people know God, understand the Bible, and live right in this world. That you might better know who we are as a church, we share the following information for your consideration.
Maplewood Baptist Church is an Independent (self-governing), Fundamental (Bible-believing) Missionary (missions-minded) Baptist (Christ-established) Church (spiritual family). We believe the Bible is the Word of God and is to be practiced in everyday living. Bible preaching and teaching are a priority at Maplewood. We live in a mixed-up world where biblical values and convictions are challenged and mocked. It is our purpose to teach the Word of God clearly and assist our congregation to live it faithfully. We offer a variety of weekly ministries to help in this aim.
** 9:30 AM (Sunday School for all ages)
** 10:30 AM (Worship Service & Children's Church)
** 6:00 PM (Worship Service)
** 7:00 PM (Prayer Meeting & Bible Study)
** 7:00 PM (Kid's Class)
***Nursery available at all services for infants thru 3 years old***
Along with regular activities at church, members are encouraged to live a godly example before the community and to share the love that Christ has for every human being. We seek to advance missionary work through mission trips and financial support of missionary families / projects all over the world. Special meetings such as revival services or a missions conference are regularly scheduled. Youth activities are many with such events as Vacation Bible School, summer camp, youth adventure day, teen lock-ins, or special Sunday meetings with invited guest speakers.
It is our intent to minister not only in spiritual matters but in relational ways as well. It is not uncommon for our church family to have a Sunday dinner, a church picnic, a group outing, or just a few friends getting together somewhere after the services or during the week.
We desire to be a community-friendly church. All are welcome to attend our services.