We Look Forward To Meeting You!
Welcome to Chelsea Village Baptist Church. We’ve put together some information here that anticipates and tries to briefly answer some of the questions you may have prior to visiting us for the first time:
Chelsea Village gathers for worship every Sunday at 10:30AM. We meet at 10699 Old Highway 280 in the Old 280 Plaza next to the former Ruff N Tuff Outdoors.
What are your services like?
The music in our worship gatherings has a contemporary feel, but we use songs that are both old and new. One song might have been released in the last year and the next one may have been used since the 1700’s. For us, the most important factor in choosing a song is the lyrics. We want all of our music to be true to Scripture and to the story of what God has done for us in Jesus. Each sermon works through a passage of Scripture both explaining what it means and how it should change our lives. Typically we are going through a book of the Bible, but at times we will talk about a high-interest topic as well.
Where should I park?
We have parking lot in front of the building and main entrance.
Where should I go when I enter the building?
We have greeters located at the main door entrance who would be happy to help you find where you need to go.
Do you provide childcare?
When you arrive, you may drop off your children who are four and under in our nursery area. They will be cared for by our nursery volunteers. It will be both a time of learning and fun for them. Children in Kindergarten through fifth grade stay in our worship gathering for the first several songs, then leave together for Children’s Worship where they sing, play games, and have a Bible lesson. Currently they are working through the major stories of the Bible chronologically using The Gospel Project.
What should I wear?
Don’t stress out over what to wear when you come worship with us. Some people wear casual clothes and others wear what might be considered “Sunday” dress. We are more concerned about you and your presence with us than we are with what you wear. As a church, we gather to worship the Lord and want to dress in a way that honors God.