WELCOME to First Baptist Downtown!

Is this your first time visiting First Baptist Jacksonville? Not sure where to go? Do you have children and want to know what’s available for them?

We want to help you find your way. Let us know you’re coming by completing the form below. You will receive an email with information & instructions on what do to when you visit us. You’ll be greeted you when you arrive on campus by one of our Guest Services volunteers who can answer any questions you have. We’ll see you there!

Main Service Times

Sunday

9:00 AM and 10:45 AM – Worship Services

9:00 AM and 10:45 AM – Sunday School

6:15 PM – Sunday Evening Worship

Wednesday

4:30 PM – Gather: Food and Fellowship

6:15 PM – Grow: Adults MDWK Classes

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I go?

We are thankful for your interest in joining us at an upcoming service! We invite you to park your car in one of our two garages, both located on North Laura Street between West Union and West Church Street. Once parked, take the crosswalk into one of our buildings where you will find greeters. They will be happy to help you find the Lindsay Memorial Auditorium for the worship services, or to find a Sunday School Class for you! 

What do I do with my kids?

Any of our greeters or staff members will be happy to assist you in finding our children’s area at the second floor of the East Building. There you will find kids ministry staff and volunteers who will help you find a class for you child to attend, and help you get checked in. We are happy to offer a safe and loving environment for children of all ages! We also offer special classes for children with disabilities or special needs, called the Shine Class. 

How do I become a member?

We are so glad you are interested in joining our church family! Click here to learn more about how to join!

What are your beliefs?

First Baptist Church of Jacksonville is a Southern Baptist Church affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. We adhere to the doctrinal statement as published in the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.