Welcome to Warsaw Baptist Church!
We know that coming to a new church can cause some to be a little nervous. Our hope is that you find a home with the friendly people of WBC. Here are just a few of the most common questions people have when visiting a new church. We hope this helps to ease some of your concerns. If you have any other questions, please use the contact form under the “Contact Us” page. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Are there classes for my children?
We have a life group for chidren of all ages that meets at 10:00am. During the 11:00am service, babies through 1st grade will be dismissed after the singing for their own children’s church. Children in 2nd grade and older are asked to participate in the worship service. We have special activity notes for them to follow along with the sermon in a fun, age appropriate way.
What should I expect in the service?
Our time of corporate worship includes singing a contemporary blend of praises and hymns to the Lord, a time of offering members to worship through giving, a specific time of prayer, sharing gospel stories of what God is doing around us, and expository preaching from the Word of God. An invitation is extended at the end of every service, and then announcements are given about the things going on at WBC in the coming weeks.
Will I be expected to give money?
Absolutely not. As a guest of Warsaw Baptist Church you will not be pressured or required to give in the offering. We do believe it is biblical for our members and regular attenders to bring their offerings, and it is through this faithful giving that the church is able to grow and minister in greater ways to our community. We take up an offering every Sunday, but as our guest please do not feel obligated to give. If the Lord leads you to give, we will not be offended, but it is never expected of our guests.
Is there a certain way I should dress?
Come as you are! We do ask that you come clothed, however there is no dress code to worship the Lord. You may see people in shorts, jeans, business casual, or 3 piece suits on any given Sunday. The pastor preaches in slacks and a polo most Sundays, and wears a suit when giving communion (usually the first Sunday of the month).