We are currently meeting at First Baptist Park Street on Sundays at 5pm. Click here for our in-person COVID policies.


For those who are ready and able, we are currently meeting for in-person worship at 5pm at First Baptist Church Park Street.

We know you have tons of questions, so here we seek to answer a few of them:

How do I know if I should come? 
  • Please come to church only if you are feeling 100% healthy.  We have a phenomenal livestream available for the Sundays when you have a cough, the sniffles, or worse.  
  • Use your discretion: You need to consider the level of risk you are willing to take if you are 65 or older or have serious underlying health conditions.
I'm not ready to come. Where can I find the live streaming of the worship service?
Join us here for our live-streamed services. For more services, devotionals, and songs, please visit our YouTube channel here.

What should I expect when I come?
  • All are required to wear masks at all times—other than those on the stage (we will have a few extras if you need one)
  • The main, front sanctuary entrance (facing Park Street) is the only entrance open
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance and exit
  • Ushers will direct you to your seat and help you exit by section
  • Seating is arranged to keep proper social distance at all times, with the exception of your own family, house mates, or quarantine group

What about my kids?
  • CommKids has four classes available at this time: Crawlers & Cruisers, Steady Walkers, Two Year Olds, and CK-1 (ages 3-4). Pre-registration is required. Click here to pre-register
  • As always, children are welcome to worship with their families in the sanctuary
  • A CommKids Bulletin is available each Sunday at the main entrance to help children engage with the worship service
  • There is a Cry Room available in the back of the sanctuary for small children 

 What about fellowship?
  • Understanding that fellowship is important, we welcome you to stay after the service to visit. We only ask that 1) everyone stays in their seats until those who wish to move straight to their cars have done so and 2) the foyer area remains clear to avoid high congestion.
  • We earnestly ask for you to do your part in maintaining social distancing when inside or outside. 

What about the 3 H's (hugs, high-fives, handshakes)? Can we do those?
Sorry, but no. Or at least not yet. We know this is not awesome, but for now, we really want to do our part to create the safest environment. We want to take a conservative approach and ask for you to help us with this request.
Can I volunteer to serve?
Absolutely! The return to in-person worship means the return of servant leaders. We are looking to fill many roles, such as:
  • Ushers / greeters
  • Cleaning crew (before and after the service)
  • Tech / sound
  • Music ministry
  • Security

Be well and seek the Lord!

Your Pastor,
Kyle Hoover