Welcome to Taylors First Baptist Church

We’re glad you’re here and hope our website gives you a glimpse of what Taylors FBC is all about.

Be Our Guest & FAQ

Sundays

Taylors offers three different worship services each Sunday morning:

  • Traditional at 9:00 AM in the Worship Center
  • Contemporary at 10:30 AM in the Worship Center
  • Modern at 10:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall

Life Groups for middle and high school students meet at 9:00 AM, and college Life Groups meet at 9:19 AM. All other ages have Life Groups during both time periods.

What can my children do while I’m at church?

The volunteers in the Welcome Center can direct you to the age-appropriate area for your child. Visit the Taylors Children’s page to learn more.

WHERE CAN I PARK?

Look for the reserved Guest Parking Spaces when you arrive on campus then follow signs to the Welcome Center. You will find a helpful volunteer who can direct you to worship or your desired Life Group.

How do I get to Taylors FBC?

How do I get around the campus?

Check out these maps to help you get around:  facility classroom, parking lots

Wednesdays

Wednesday nights is a welcome mid-week break from routine. Take a breath, don’t worry about dinner, and join us for an evening of good food, exciting opportunities for personal and spiritual growth, and good Christian fellowship! Dinner starts at 5:15 pm, followed by activities for all ages. You can find the menu on our events page. First time guests receive a complimentary dinner with coupon.

Experience Sunday Worship Click the Watch Live tab at the top of the page to watch and listen to our worship services.

Our Beliefs and History

Taylors First Baptist is a Southern Baptist Church. We desire to instruct and strengthen believers so that they are equipped to love God and evangelize the world. To carry out this ministry, we stand on the fundamental preaching and teaching of the inerrant Word of God.

Read the Baptist Faith and Message here.

Find out more about our History here.

Please visit The Story to learn more about Jesus.

Baptism

Christian baptism symbolizes the believer’s faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Savior, the believer’s death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the resurrection to walk in new life in Christ.

To learn more about baptism, please contact us via email or by phone at 864-678-8810.

The Lord’s Supper

Observing the Lord’s Supper is a vivid reminder of the sacrificial death of Jesus. A believer’s participation enables him to more firmly grasp all that Jesus has done for them through His death on the cross. It is also a time when believers can re-commit themselves to Christ.