Thank you for visiting the website of Freedom Baptist Church. As you browse our site, you’ll find plenty of information about everything that’s happening at Freedom. From an exciting children’s and youth ministry, a flourishing young adults group, as well as a caring group of senior adults, Freedom seeks to take the gospel and apply it to every age. From a blended style of contemporary and traditional music, a strong commitment to biblical preaching, and a desire to be a church that lives out our faith within our city, you’ll find a place here where you can feel welcomed, grow in your faith, and use your gifts to serve in various ways.
Everyone’s story is unique. Maybe you’ve never been to church and you decided to see what this is all about. Maybe you’ve felt it’s time to find a place where you and your family can get connected. Or perhaps you’ve always been involved in church and are searching for a place you can serve and worship. Whatever your background, this is a church where you’ll find loving arms, and a caring community, that will truly welcome you should you decide to be our guest. Take a moment to check out the rest of our site, if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me any time.
In His service,
Pastor Kris Theobald
The April 20th Wednesday night Bible Study at Freedom is cancelled. Pastor Kris has asked everyone to visit Seven Mile First Baptist Church’s revival.
If you want to car-pool or caravan to Seven Mile First Baptist Church we will be leaving Freedom at 6:30 pm.
If you want to drive directly to Seven Mile First Baptist Church take US 127 North out of Hamilton, thru New Miami, to Seven Mile. After you leave Seven Mile the church will be on the left about 1/2 mile North of Seven Mile. If you reach St. Rt. 73 turn around as you just missed the church.
Friday, March 25th is Good Friday, this is the day recognized by believers all over the world as the day that Christ gave himself for our sins on the cross. It is a day where believers everywhere pause with amazement and gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice that Christ made to redeem those who by faith look to Him. Here at Freedom, we will be gathering together to remember this ultimate act of love.
We will be having a special service at 7:00P.M. called a Tenebrae service. This is a Latin word which means, “shadows” or “darkness.” This is a time where we reflect and meditate upon the final hours of the life of Christ as we hear the story from the Gospel of John.
Generally this is a brief service, no more then 20-30 minutes long. It was very well received last year, and so, we look forward to once again gathering together for worship this year. Everyone is invited, and we hope you will join us on Good Friday.
Our men’s group began “Experiencing God” February 16th and will continue meeting Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. at FBC.
Beginning March 1st, the ladies will begin the Beth Moore study “Children of the Day” at 7:00 p.m. at FBC.
On Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. there is another ladies group meeting at Coffee Cup Overflowing located at 6544 Winford Ave., Hamilton, OH 45011, off Princeton Rd. near the Home Depot, to do the new “War Room” study on prayer.
Don’t miss this chance to get plugged in. You can sign up at one of the registration tables in the back of the sanctuary.
The youth will be raising money for their trip to Panama City this summer by providing child care on Tuesday nights while the men and women are in Bible Study.
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Our youth group here at Freedom is pleased to offer this year a Valentine’s Dinner to help raise money for their mission trip this summer. This event is scheduled for Saturday, February 13th at 6:00P.M. The youth will be serving dinner with includes: salad, choice of entree, 2 sides, desert, and drink. Cost is $13.00 per person or $25.00 per couple. This is payable at the door.
After dinner, we will be playing a special edition of Family Feud, which is sure to be lots of fun, and bring many laughs. There will also be nursery care available that evening. We hope you will make plans to attend, and invite someone to come with you. If you have any questions, please see our youth director, Marcus Jordan
We are pleased to announce that we now have a College and Career Sunday School Class for those in the 18 – 25 year age group.
If you would like to join the class, all you need to do is show up at 10:00 a.m.
I am excited to let everyone know that Freedom now has another way for anyone to quickly and easily make online donations to the church. Going away on vacation? No problem. Stuck working on Sunday, or not feeling well? We’ve got you covered. Maybe you don’t like writing checks or you don’t carry cash. Well we have a solution. Freedom is now using EasyTithe. This totally secure service gives you the flexibility to give online via credit card, debit card, or electronic check. There is even a mobile app that can give you one click giving. Best of all, you can set up a reoccurring gift that comes out each time you designate, or make individual donations anytime you’d like. With so much flexibility, we hope you will take advantage of EasyTithe for all your future giving. You will still receive a full tax deductible report at years end to claim for your donations. If you have further questions email us and we will get back with you shortly.
Thank you again for prayerfully giving to the Lord’s work here at Freedom!
Freedom Baptist Church
To give Online go to the blue block Online Giving with EasyTithe on the right and click on the blue text “Click Here to Give Online to Freedom Baptist Church“.
I would like to take a moment, to thank everyone who participated in, or came out to our first Cruise-in here at Freedom on Saturday, September 12th. Despite some overcast skies and cooler temperatures, we had around forty cars entered, and a large number of visitors throughout the day. We were able to award several trophies with top honor’s going to a beautiful 1969 Camaro. Rockin’ Rick provided us with good music for the event, and Beach Burger set up to sell their tasty sandwiches which everyone enjoyed. Our youth group also was able to raise donations for their upcoming mission trip to Panama City, and best of all, we collected many food items for the New Life Mission. I would also like to thank those who donated to the event: Valvoline Instant Oil Change, Fairfield Automotive, McDonald’s, Meijer, and Walmart. Given the success and great turnout from this event, I believe this will become an annual event. If you have suggestions, or if you attended the event, drop me an email and let me know what you thought. Thanks again to everyone who made the day so enjoyable and such a success.
I was greatly encouraged to see such a wonderful turnout this past Friday at First Baptist Church Trenton, as several churches came together to begin launching new Men’s ministries, or seeking to strengthen existing ones. We had 24 men from Freedom attend, and we all left challenged and excited about what we believe God is going to do through us as men in his church and in our homes and lives. Our ministry will be kicking off on Tuesday nights at 7:00 beginning on September 8th. I would love to see 30 men commit to this cause. You can see more under our “Ministries Tab” and click on, “Men’s Ministry.”