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    OUR CHURCH
  • Colonial Baptist Church is one of the fastest growing churches in the Maryland/Delaware region.

    Colonial baptist Church, like many of the churches in the Southern Baptist Convention began as a mission.  It was set apart as a church on July 15, 1945. It began with 25 members.

    The church started out in an old stone building on Old Court Road near Reisterstown Road. After several other moves, the church moved to its present location in December 1994.

    We are in the Randallstown community to serve it and to provide opportunities for worship, fellowship, spiritual growth and sharing of the Gospel on every level.

    Each worship service empowers you to apply God's Word to your daily life and to share the Good News with others.

    People are changed from within an become a part of a family that works together as one.

    The family of Colonial Baptist Church welcomes you to participate in the celebration and worship of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are a group of caring people working to make a difference in the lives of people and the communities in which we live.  Our purpose is to bring about change through preaching, teaching and the application of the Word of God to our lives.
    HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
  • At the close of each worship service, we extend an invitation to become a member of Colonial.  When the Pastor extends the invitation, simply leave your seat and walk to the front of the church and the deacons will speak to you briefly.

    There are three ways in which you can become a member of the church:

    1. By Profession of Faith and Baptism
    If you accept the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and are willing to be baptized by immersion as a testimony of your faith and in obedience to God's Word, we would welcome you as a member.

    2. By letter of transfer of membership
    If you were a member of  another Baptist Church, you can request a letter from your former church and join us by transferring your membership.

    3. By statement of faith from a chuch of like faith and practice
    If you have already accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and have been baptized by immersion, we welcome you on the basis of your statement of faith.
    WORSHIP AND STUDY TIMES
  • Sunday Worship
    8:00 & 11:00 A.M.

    Sunday School
    9:30 A.M.

    Prayer Service
    Wednesdays at 7:00 P.M.

    Men's Forum
    Every 1st Saturday at 8:00 A.M.

    Women in Ministry
    Mondays - Bi-Weekly at 6:30 P.M.

    Young Adult Bible Study
    Tuesdays at 7:00 P.M.

    Youth Bible Study
    Fridays at 7:30 P.M.

    AWANA (Children Outreach)
    Wednesdays at 6:30 P.M.
    OUR CHURCH MINISTRIES
  • Ministry Brief Description
    AWANA (Children Outreach) Reaching boys and girls for Christ
    Bountiful Hands Feeding those in need
    Children Training up children to follow Christ
    Colonial Comforters Comforting those in need
    Couples Enriching marriages by God’s Word
    Facilities Managing church building operations
    Food Pantry Assisting those in need of food
    Hospitality Showing hospitality to visitors
    Kings Kitchen Preparing and serving food
    Men Inspiring men to seek courage and honor
    Missions Serving on the missions field
    Multimedia Infusing audio/video in worship
    Nursery Watching children during worship
    Parking Providing orderly parking assistance
    Performing Arts Glorifying God: Music, Drama, Dance
    Prayer Praying for the needs of others
    Prison Reaching out to those incarcerated
    Promotions Communicating church events
    Security Ensuring security during worship
    Singles Addressing special needs of singles
    Super Seniors Fellowshipping with seniors
    Sunday School Building faith through growth
    Transportation Transporting those in need of a ride
    Ushers Assisting worshipers during service
    Women in Ministry Providing women opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship, and service
    Women Missionary Union Supporting missionary causes
    Young Adult Keeping connected to the word
    Youth Adapting to the changing needs of teens