Southern Baptist Convention

First Church Saltillo is located in one of the fastest growing residential communities in the state of Mississippi. Our community strengths (local schools, government, and churches) are due to the incredible families that make up the regional area surrounding Saltillo. Being only 4 miles of North of Tupelo, Saltillo is benefiting from the overflow of its larger neighbor. Our church is focused on purpose, process, and people, offering an approach to family-driven ministry. Over the past several years our church has grown in it's mission outreach in church plants, mission trips, a community food pantry, and clothing ministry. God has blessed this group of believers in amazing ways. Our relaxed worship atmosphere has drawn families from all over our region. Come be a part of the excitement and growth at FBCS.

Year Founded: 1867
Members: 1,056
Average Attendance: 499

Mailing Address:
311 Mobile Street
Saltillo,  MS  38866


Church Staff:

Senior Pastor: Dr Ronnie Hatfield, (662) 869-5742

Content last updated: 4/16/2019 4:01:00 PM

Worship Times

  • SUNDAY
  • 10:15 am - Morning Worship
  • 5:00 pm - Evening Bible Study

Driving Directions

Travel northbound from Tupelo city limits on Highway 45N and go approximately 4 miles to the Saltillo exit. Exit northbound from the highway onto Highway 145N and proceed approximately 1/2 mile to the first signal light (Mobile St.). Turn right on Mobile Street, and the church is located approximately 3/4 mile on the right.



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