To HIM be the glory both now and to the day of eternity.
2 Peter 3:18,ESV 

Bel-Aire Baptist Church is a body of born-again believers who share the greatest need in life: to personally know and follow Christ as Lord and Savior. Our purpose is to make disciples of Christ. (Matthew 28:18-20)  We do this by Assembling for worship, Connecting with each other in small group community, Thriving in God's Word through various ministries and areas of service, and Sharing the gospel in our neighborhoods and nations.

We call this an A.C.T.S. model of discipleship.  (Acts 2: 42-47)

Sunday morning worship services consist of scripture reading, prayer, expository preaching, congregational singing, giving and observing the ordinances of believer's baptism and communion.

We hope you will plan to visit our campus! As you browse through our website, you will find it to be an easy to use resource for news and information. We offer ministries for every season of life. If you have any questions about the church or your personal relationship with Jesus Christ, feel free call or e-mail us.

THRIVE Discipleship
Wednesday nights

We have resumed our Wednesday night Thrive groups. 

Join us Wednesday evening at 5:45 pm in the Worship Center for THRIVE Discipleship.  Call the office to let us know you will be attending.

What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a woman? Do men and women play different roles in their relationships? Some might say those are the wrong questions, that we live in a new era where who you are is determined by you alone. Thankfully, the Bible speaks to these issues. And we want to listen to what scripture says in our study on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. We’ll begin to look at God’s wonderful gift of gender in creation, at the fall, redemption in Christ, and on into eternity.

"Student ministry is important to me because I am in a good learning environment with other believers and can use their input and come to conclusions to questions I have. It is also important to me because I can be active in the church alongside other people my age, which feels more natural to me than serving with people older, although that is great as well in some situations."

Jackson stratton

"I don’t have any activities on Wednesdays. So, I decided to go to a friend’s church which was BABC. Student ministry is important because it gives me another day to focus on worship and fellowship with other believers. Also, I can grow my relationship with God, having help and support from others. If I could go back in time I would definitely choose to come here again."

Zack Hughes 

Student ministry is important because, "We are told how to tell others about Jesus. I was saved because someone told someone who told me and God took over. That matters in anyone’s life."

Andrew Moore

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