Welcome Visitors

 We want to give you all of the information needed to make your first visit the best it can be.  We have tried to think through the questions that first-time guests might have before coming to visit with us and hopefully, we have been

able to answer them.  If you should have additional questions for us, please feel free to contact us (firstbaptistchurchofunion@gmail.com or 937-540-8779) and we will respond as quickly as possible.

 

Thanks for stopping by and we hope to see you soon!

 

  • What should I wear?

        We have a relaxed casual atmosphere at First Baptist of Union. Some wear dress clothes, but most dress  

        casual. So, as long as you are modest and comfortable, it really doesn't matter.              

 

  • Who is the pastor?

         Dan Kincer is our Pastor. He has been Pastor since July 1, 2012.

 

  • How do I get to First Baptist Church, Union?

       Take Martindale Road past the school and turn right onto Shaw Road. We are at 219 Shaw Road, across from   

       the city water tower. You can't miss us!

 

  • When do you connect with other people?

       We gather for a time of Worship & Celebration each Sunday in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. Sunday

       Bible Study at 9:15 a.m., Sunday morning worship 10:30 am & 6 p.m. Enjoy a great time of worship with a

       blended style of upbeat music from hymns to praise & worship and Southern Gospel to light Contemporary.

      You'll meet some new friends, hear real life messages for today, and leave being encouraged about life! A

      place that is Word-centered and dynamic in nature. Bible Study is a great way to connect with others. There

      are groups for ALL ages to enjoy and  learn the Word of God.

 

  • Is there childcare during the worship services?

      Yes! We love our kids! We provide a nursery (birth-4 yrs ) for all of our services in order that our adults can

       enjoy the worship service. However, if you prefer for your children to sit in the service, that's okay with us.

      They are not a distraction to the pastor or members.