Welcome to Welch Creek Baptist Church's Website!                         https://facebook.com/welchcreekbaptistchurch


    We invite you to check out our website! Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online guest book. If you're not currently a member of our church - we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services. And of course, feel free to reach out and call our Pastor or Ministry Leaders.

    We hope you and your family will have a warm and spirit-filled experience with us as we worship and fellowship together at our services, events, and ministries.

    We would also like to invite you to make an online prayer request. You're prayer request opens the door, and God is waiting patiently on the other side of that door, at all times, in all situations, to join with you. 

     We would also love to have you as a guest online through our Live Streaming! This is an on-going project that we have started this year. We are still working to get you the best quality we can! Enjoy great preaching and singing wherever you may be. You can also watch past services that we have uploaded for your convenience. 

    May God Bless You,

               Pastor James Baker

Psalm 12:6                               The words of the LORD  are  pure words: as silver tried in  a furnace of earth, purified        seven times.                                                                                Psa 12:7                                        Thou shalt keep them,                 O LORD, thou shalt preserve      them from this generation          for  ever.                                           

Heavenly Humor:                   Charlie Jones was a pious man who had been head usher at his church for 75 years. On his 105th birthday, he stopped going to church. Alarmed by his absence after years of faithful service, his pastor went to visit him. He found him in excellent health and was quite puzzled. "How come after all these years did you quit?" he questioned.                    The old man looked around and lowered his voice, "I'll tell you pastor" he whispered. "When I got to be 90, I expected God to take me home any day. But then I turned 95, then 100, then 105. So, I figure that God must have forgotten about me. I don't want to remind him by going to church."