We Gather Every Sunday and Wednesday
Plan Your Visit
If it’s your first time visiting with us, please arrive a few minutes early so that we can say hello and get your children checked in!
Each week we gather for prayer on Wednesday evenings at 7 PM. This is a special time where we, the body, come together for prayer and worship. Each week brings with it a fresh new focus.
Our Sunday services at 8:30 and 11 AM feature doctrinally-rich worship and expository preaching, while our Sunday School hour at 9:45 AM is characterized by focused study of God’s Word.
Our current preaching series is Holy and Sacred Lives, a study in Deuteronomy 5 and 6, and we are studying Ezra during our Sunday School hour.
WHO WE ARE
Fellowship and Grow With Us
MAKING DISCIPLES WHO MAKE DISCIPLES
Our Core Beliefs
Three Rivers Baptist Church is committed to glorifying God by being and making disciples of Jesus Christ, locally and globally in the power of the Holy Spirit. We aim to magnify Christ and his gospel in all that we do as a church family. We take seriously Christ’s command to evangelize and disciple our community and the ends of the earth.
We are a distinctively Reformed Baptist Church in our doctrine and center our worship on the Word of God through expositional preaching and teaching. We praise our Creator and Redeemer with theologically rich songs that express our deep gratitude and devotion. At TRBC you will encounter a joyful people seeking to live gospel-centered lives on mission together.
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. Hebrews 10:24-25
Small Groups, Sunday School, and Worship
GROWING WITH US
Getting plugged into our church is easy! Small groups are intimate times of learning and doing life together under the banner of Christ. Sunday school groups range from young children’s classes to adult flocks. Sunday worship service is a gathering of the full body to sing praises to Christ our King, be encouraged in prayer and special music, and most importantly to hear the Word of God preached.