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Worship at FBC Fulton

A vital part of the pursuit of God’s glory is the worship of God. The worship of God is the only event that will last for all of eternity. God created the universe so that it would display the intrinsic worth of his glory. He created us so that we would see this glory and reflect it by knowing and loving it — with all our heart and soul and mind and strength. To do this, we must worship Him for who He is- the one and only God who exists as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Corporate worship is the coming together of the church for the public and intentional celebration and enjoyment of God by His people. It is a public declaration that we, as God’s people, desire to have our soul’s satisfied and fulfilled by Him more than any other thing this world has to offer.

 The worship services of First Baptist Church will strive to be:

  • Intentionally Biblical

  • Intentionally Christ Centered

  • Intentionally Clear with the Gospel

  • Intentionally Instructive

We will Promote:

  • The Glory of the Triune God

  • A Spirit of Celebration and Thanksgiving of and for the Gospel

  • The Engaging of the Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength


Your Questions- Answered

What should I expect at an FBC worship service?

At FBC, we worship together through public reading and teaching of scripture, prayer, giving and music.

What kind of music?

At FBC, you are just as likely to hear a modern worship song as you are a hymn from years ago. Our focus is on content and purpose and not on a particular "style".

What should I wear?

We have people in jeans and t-shirts as well as suits, skirts/dresses, slacks- and everything in between. You wear what YOU are comfortable in. We know that God is much more concerned with the attitude of our heart that the fanciness of our clothes.

When does service actually begin and end?

Our services begin at 10:30am and can run anywhere from 65 to 75 minutes, depending on what is going on that day. Our goal is not a pre-determined or arbitrary time frame, but rather to use the time necessary to hear, sing, pray, and respond to God’s Word for that service.

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