The First Baptist Church of Asheville is a dynamic community of faith committed to the reverent and joyful worship of God, local and global missional engagement, and excellence in the musical arts.
This is a unique, Christ-centered fellowship, with roots in the Baptist tradition, as well as a wide ecumenical embrace. We’re known for our welcoming spirit and engaging ministries, where opportunities abound for people of all ages and abilities to grow in faith and share their gifts.
Our church will delight and challenge you. Not only will you find the comforts of genuine fellowship, but you will also encounter the Scriptures through worship and Bible study, and be transformed more into the likeness of Christ.
To cross the threshold here is to embark on an adventure. You will have a share in Jesus mission, to “bring good news to the poor…to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor” (Luke 4:18-19).
Come and see what signs and wonders await us all, as we learn and grow in faith as beloved children of God…
Our church is launching a partnership with First Baptist Church of New Bern, NC. Their city and the surrounding rural areas were devastated by Florence. They are taking the first steps in a marathon of recovery. Here’s just a little of what they are doing right now:...read more
Crossroads Afterschool Program, held on Wednesday afternoons during the school year, is a First Baptist Church of Asheville ministry to help kids at risk in grades K-3. FBCA volunteers are paired one-on-one with a student to help tutor them in their homework....read more
On the 4th Thursday each month, from 1:00-3:00 p.m., Ed Graham leads a team of our Senior Adults to help box and sort food at Manna Food bank to help families that are facing food shortages. The Senior Adult team meets at the J&S Cafeteria at River Ridge for a lunch...read more
When: August 7, 2018 Where: Sanctuary Box lunches will be available for $5 following the concert. Sponsored by the Academy for the Arts of First Baptist Church of...read more