Welcome. We like to say there are no strangers in our church.

We are a small, 100 member fellowship of believers worshipping our Savior Jesus Christ and hoping to impact our community and the entire world with His message of salvation. We are an independent Baptist church but we have people who grew up in a variety of other denominations and backgrounds.

A Discipling Church

First Baptist Church has a variety of ministries to meet your families’ needs.

  • Sunday School for all ages
  • AWANA, a midweek children’s program featuring games, Bible memorization and great singing
  • Children’s church during Morning Worship
  • Nursery for all services
  • Junior and Senior High programs
  • Women’s and men’s groups
  • Prayer meeting
  • Choir

Our Activity Center/gym is used by many outside groups as well. All our ministries are handicapped-accessible.

A Ministering Church

young person FBC believes that all of us are called to minister. Almost all our people have some kind of ministry during the year. Some cook and others paint, we have teachers, listeners, craft people, drivers, prayers, singers, and hard workers.

An Evangelistic Church

Evangelism is actively pursued at FBC. People are being trained and encouraged to share their faith. We have an active Missions program. Missionaries speak regularly. We have sent missions teams to Jamaica and still maintain close ties with that work.

A Worshipping Church

Our worship services focus on the Word of God. We have great music from our choir, small groups, band and soloists. We use a blend of traditional and contemporary music to bring praise to our Lord. We like to say that there are no strangers in our church. We are very friendly and informal.

worship leader


Pastor Hugh Giesbrecht

Currently our Pastor is Hugh Giesbrecht, who has a Bachelor’s degree from Grace University in Omaha and a Master’s from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, OR. He has been pastor since Sept., 1992. Hugh and his wife, Beth, have been married since 1978 and have three children.

We have committees for Christian Education, Missions, and building maintenance. We are led by lay deacons, who watch over the spiritual health of the congregation.