Faith Baptist Church of Sterling
  • Sunday Mornings at 10:30
  • Adult Bible Study, Sundays @ 9:30 a.m.

Welcome to Faith Baptist, where we seek to discover what God is like & what God likes so that we might love Him more deeply and live for Him faithfully!

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< January 2020 >
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      1Kids / Youth Clubs at 6:45 pm
Midweek Bible Study/Prayer at 7:00 pm
2 3 4
5Sunday School at 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Afternoon Service at 1:00 pm
6 7 8Kids / Youth Clubs at 6:45 pm
Midweek Bible Study/Prayer at 7:00 pm
9 10 11
12Sunday School at 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Afternoon Service at 1:00 pm
13 14 15Kids / Youth Clubs at 6:45 pm
Midweek Bible Study/Prayer at 7:00 pm
16 17 18
19Sunday School at 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Afternoon Service at 1:00 pm
FBC Annual Meeting at 1:00 pm
Citadel of Sterling Service at 2:15 pm
20 21 22Kids / Youth Clubs at 6:45 pm
Midweek Bible Study/Prayer at 7:00 pm
23 24 25
26Sunday School at 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Baptismal Service at 11:30 am
Afternoon Service at 1:00 pm
27 28 29Kids / Youth Clubs at 6:45 pm
Midweek Bible Study/Prayer at 7:00 pm
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Upcoming Events

  • January 26, 2020
    • Sunday School
      9:30 am
      Sunday SchoolTime: 9:30 am
    • Sunday Morning Worship
      10:30 am
      Sunday Morning WorshipTime: 10:30 am
    • Baptismal Service
      11:30 am
      Baptismal ServiceTime: 11:30 am
    • Afternoon Service
      1:00 pm
      Afternoon ServiceTime: 1:00 pm
  • January 29, 2020
    • Kids / Youth Clubs
      6:45 pm
      Kids / Youth ClubsTime: 6:45 pm
    • Midweek Bible Study/Prayer
      7:00 pm
      Midweek Bible Study/PrayerTime: 7:00 pm

Recent Posts

Pilgrims on the way…

One of the oldest Christian pilgrimages is the Camino de Santiago, which largely traverses northern Spain. The most popular route originates in Biarritz, France, and ends 500 miles later at the shrine of St. James in a cathedral in Galicia, northwest Spain, not too far from the coast. As one might suspect, the pilgrimage originated…

Choking the Weeds

Charles Spurgeon loved reading the Puritans. As he read, he would underline, mark sections, highlight them. Likely, Spurgeon would have loved the invention of the Highlighter pen! One writer he returned to frequently was Thomas Manton, and from the writings of the long-deceased Puritan, Spurgeon extracted a host of quotes that he then expanded upon…

Faith on an Uncertain Journey

Sage advice to the oft-perplexed about where they are—or where they’re going—in life is “Find out where God is at work and go there!” Sounds good. Sounds pious. Sounds like something Job’s friends would’ve told the poor guy as he wallowed in misery. But what if, as Job testified, I haven’t a clue what He’s…

The Message of Joy!

Paula Lebovics was 11 years old when Nazi Germany collapsed and Allied troops reached the concentration camp in Auschwitz where she had been held. A Russian soldier greeted her with an offer of food, tears streaming down his face, and a warm hug. “You mean someone out there cares about me?” She wondered. Imagine her…

Calming Sounds of the Season

This past Saturday found me caught up in the mayhem that is the modern Christmas season. I needed to run to Walmart to get a couple of items—just 2! Of all things, can you imagine it, we ran out of coffee…in the Bice household? That’s another story. For reasons I’ll explain shortly, we were in…