"We exist to reach and equip families to love God, grow together, and serve others."
When you arrive at Bloom Baptist Church, you will find members and friends of Bloom Baptist Church who welcome all persons, regardless of ethnic heritage, religious backgrounds, etc. You can join a Southern Baptist congregation where we hold to the Baptist faith and message. Unlike many denominations, the Southern Baptist Convention holds no authority over the churches, but are controlled by representatives elected by members from the churches.
Bloom Baptist is encapsulated in our mission statement above, and it shapes everything we do. Bloom Baptist is built upon our "three circles," of loving God, growing together, and serving others. We seek to love God, by gathering together to worship, study His word, and being shaped into Christ-likeness. We desire to grow together by fellowshipping in small groups, pushing each other and sharpening each as iron sharpens iron. Finally, we want to serve others by reaching out into our community and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost.
Come enjoy our time of worship on Sunday morning where the music portion is led by our worship pastor, along with a rotating team. Whether you prefer more traditional styles of worship, with hymns, or are have a preference for more contemporary styles and you music, you will find both in our Sunday morning service.
Come and enjoy fellowship with believers at a casual church; we do not follow strict guidelines for the service in regard to dress, program, etc. Bloom Baptist is a place you can come to and find a sanctuary for prayerful worship within a respectful and welcoming environment and to meet your spiritual needs and find a community that holds Christian ideas and values.
Joining Bloom Baptist Church means you will be joining us in our mission; which is the Great Commission. God has entrusted His work to the local church. Scripture clearly tells us that we are to "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." While it is not improper for churches to elaborate and come up with mission statements, often after many, many hours of discussion and debate, the biblical mandate says enough. We are to go and make disciples of all nations.