Connect. Worship. Grow.


If you're an adult at Central Baptist Church, you'll find several opportunities to gather with others, apply the teaching of God's Word to your life, and reach back out to others through service. Below, you can learn a little bit more about what we offer.

  • sunday school

    Join one of our adult Bible study classes on Sunday mornings at 9:45 AM before heading over to the worship service! You will enjoy making new friends, learning about the Bible, and growing in your daily spiritual life.

  • Wednesday night activities

    Returning September 7th for the fall!

    Church Family meal: 5:30 PM

    Closer Life Wednesdays: 6:30 PM

    Wednesday evening activities are a great way to get to know each other better through warm conversation across the dinner table followed by learning more about God's Word together! We'd love for you to join us for what is one of our favorite gathering times as a church family.

    Our church family meal time takes place downstairs, below the sanctuary. Upon entering via our main entrance by the parking lot on Fairfax and Colley, walk down the stairs immediately in front of  you into the social hall. Afterward, we go upstairs for Closer Life Wednesdays together.

    Meal pricing:

    $5 one person

    $2 senior adult

    $12 family of 3

    $15 family of 4 or more

    Fall 2022 Closer Life Wednesday Emphasis:

    "Fresh Fruit: Living the Fruit of the Spirit" Galatians 5:22-23

    Focused time of prayer

  • soup kitchen

    Are you looking for a way to put action to what you're learning about Christ's love as you grow through studying God's Word? Come volunteer at our Soup Kitchen Ministry, which is open every Monday from 9:30am to 11:30am where our caring volunteers serve hot, nutritious soup and bread to between 60 and 100 people each week. Our Social Hall doors (located on the Colley Avenue side of the Main Building) are open to anyone who has this need. 

    Those who enter our warm and inviting dining hall will find friendly smiles and sincere, caring attitudes from our volunteers. We recognize that times of need are incredibly stressful. Our aim is to treat our Monday guests with dignity and compassion, allowing them to feel the warm love of Jesus while they are in a safe and friendly place of rest.

    Our Soup Kitchen Ministry is staffed and maintained entirely by friendly and dedicated volunteers. This ministry affords an excellent opportunity for people to volunteer to help in a very meaningful way. Helping people during times of economic difficulty is a compassionate and Christ-like act.

    If you have a loving heart for people and desire to volunteer to cook, serve or donate food and/or money for this very important ministry, please let us know. You do not have to be a member of our church to be a volunteer.

    If you would like to be a part of this exciting ministry or if you need more info about the Soup Kitchen, please contact us at 757.627.4571 or email us at