Currytown Baptist Church Ministries
The goal of every ministry of Currytown Baptist Church is to bring glory to God. If it is important to God then it is important to us. Every ministry is carefully planned to win people to Christ and to edify the believer. We would love for you to come and experience what makes Currytown Baptist Church different.
Worship services are Sunday morning at 10:30 am, Sunday evening at 5:00 pm, and Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm. Through soul-stirring music and Bible preaching, hearts are inspired to love and to respond to God. Each service is carefully planned and prayed over so God may work in the lives of His people.
Part of the responsibility of every church is to help Christians grow in their faith. Every week Christians are becoming grounded in their faith and learning how to answer spiritual questions through the one-on-one discipleship ministry. When a person signs up to be discipled, they can have confidence they will be placed with an experienced Christian who will guide them in their faith.
The heartbeat of Currytown Baptist Church is to see souls saved. God has allowed us to reach people all over the world through our Missions Ministry. Each month the families of Currytown Baptist Church give thousands of dollars through Faith Promise Missions giving to help missionaries share the gospel in the United States and all around the globe. Presently, our church faithfully supports over 100 missionaries.
Missionaries sent out from Currytown Baptist Church
Bro. Travis Baker ~ North Dakota
Dr. Noah Frye ~ Evangelist
Many of our church families have chosen to homeschool their children. Currytown Baptist Church started a homeschool fellowship to allow these children to have fun and fellowship with other homeschool students. Every two weeks these families meet at the church to spend time with each other. Along with these meetings the Homeschool Fellowship plans field trips to extend their learning.
It is our desire to reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Several years ago Pastor McDaniel had a vision to start a Spanish Ministry to reach the Spanish-speaking people of the community. Today, under the direction of Pastor Jose’ Pineda, that vision is a reality. The Spanish Ministry meets in the gymnasium at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning.