Open Door Baptist Church worships God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit by proclaiming Jesus Christ as the only living Savior, fellowshipping with believers and providing a biblical foundation for ministry.
“Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.’”
Jesus is the only living Savior because He was sent from God down to earth to pay the penalty for our sins. Our sin is what separates us from a holy and perfect God. In order to restore man’s relationship to God, He sent His Son Jesus Christ to die for you and me and to pay the penalty for our sin. Because the penalty has been paid, we can have a relationship directly with God. It takes an individual response to receive it though.
To accept Jesus into your heart:
Here at Open Door, we have a number of ways for you to get to know other believers. The first way is to get involved with one of our Sunday morning Bible fellowship groups. We have groups for all ages. Whether you are single, newlywed, a teenager, or even an empty-nester, there is a place for you.
Our Bible fellowship groups meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30 and 11:00 am. Stop by our visitor kiosk, or visit the link below for more information.
Another way to get involved is to become a member here at Open Door. We offer membership classes on the first two Sundays of each month at 9:30 am in room 210. Once you are a member you can join any of the exciting ministries available, including missions, music, youth, outreach and more. Serving together with other believers brings unity, ownership and purpose.
Our pastoral staff is committed to a ministry of teaching and preaching which is based on the belief that the Bible came from God, not man. We also hold that God’s word is completely reliable and is our primary source of truth in a world looking for truth. Each pastor desires to be an instrument through which God can communicate His truth to people today.
On Wednesday evenings we offer courses, classes and training on a wide variety of topics, from theology to ministry training to electives.