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who we are
w h o w e a r e :
First Baptist Church Fayetteville has long been known for the variety of people who are members. They represent every social and economic classification, multiple races and nationalities, and every living generation. A scholar, a farmer/carpenter, and a pioneer preacher who founded the church over 150 years ago launched a congregation whose cultural distinctions fade away as they unite together in a common mission to "love God, love fellow believers, and love all people." As an autonomous local church we join with other churches in the Washington-Madison Baptist Association, the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, and the Southern Baptist Convention to do together what no one church can do alone.
w h e r e w e a r e (20 East Dickson, Fayetteville, AR) :
Over the years the church moved from the homes of members to a frame building on College Avenue, to the domed Greek Revival church on the corner of College and Dickson and then to the present building with periodic space additions. Pictures and history of the past and present church buildings reveal the continued commitment of the church to remain in the heart of Fayetteville. Plans for a near- future building and renovation project are underway to provide additional space for all ages. Click on "ONE HEART" for more information about our plans & our campaign.
For a summary of our church's growth & building history CLICK HERE.
w h a t w e v a l u e :
The history One Faith, One Hope by Tammi Reed Ledbetter written for the 150 year celebration in 2004 traces distinctive priorities held throughout the years. The pages of this website reveal that First Baptist Church continues to value biblical beliefs, worship, missions and evangelism, fellowship, education/discipleship, and stewardship.
CLICK HERE FOR THE PDF of One Faith, One Hope by Tammi Ledbetter