First Baptist Church of Trussville, serving Trussville and surrounding areas since 1821, is here for you. You will find a little of everything at First Baptist Church of Trussville. From a state-of-the-art preschool and children's area containing the highest levels of cleanliness and security; to thriving, energetic youth and singles groups; to an active, enthusiastic senior-adult program with regularly scheduled trips and activities, there is truly something for everyone.
Year Founded: 1821
Average Attendance: 1,682
PO Box 27
Trussville, AL 35173-0027
Senior Pastor: Dr. Gary L. Hollingsworth, (205) 655-2403
Content last updated: 9/17/2015
- 08:15 am - Sunday School
- 09:30 am - Sunday School
- 09:30 am - Worship Service
- 11:00 am - Worship Service
- 05:00 pm - Adult Classes:
Precept Bible Study: Daniel;
The Man God Uses;
The Agape Road;
Video Dynamics - Life of David;
- 09:30 am - Ladies Bible Study
- 06:15 pm - Adult Classes:
Class 101: Membership;
Class 201: Maturity;
Jesus, The one and Only;
The Three Chairs and the Prayer of Jabez;
Our mission is to WORSHIP God by GROWING in understanding of him, CARING for those in need, SHARING our lives with each other, and EXPOSING the world to the truth of Jesus Christ
From I-459/59 North, exit at US Highway 11 North. Turn right and go 2.0 miles. Turn left at 3rd traffic light. First Baptist Church Trussville is one block on the left.
From I-59 South, take exit 141. Turn left on North Chalkville Road.
Go 1.5 miles, First Baptist Church Trussville is on the right.
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