Camel Lot Children’s Christmas Play
The Children’s department has been working hard to bring you Camel Lot! .. “Don’t Miss The Manger”. It is a play about a busy car salesman and his child. Trying too hard to get ahead can sometimes lead to missing the most important things in life. Come see it on December the 10th at 5:30 pm.
A word from our pastor
I am grateful that you have chosen to consider Danville Baptist Church as your church home. My desire for DBC is first that we glorify God in everything we do and exalt Jesus Christ. I pray that the worship is Spirit-filled and the fellowship among our believers is Christ-filled. If you have visited with us, then I hope you were greeted and felt welcome. If you are considering visiting DBC then let me say, we would love to have you. I welcome an opportunity to meet you personally either on your visit or by emailing me and setting up a time for us to meet. Thank you again for considering worshiping our Savior with us at DBC.
Our Worship Style
Our Sunday morning worship services offer a blend of traditional and contemporary selections that provide a unique worship experience. Our congregational singing always blends traditional worship such as, At the Cross by Isaac Watts and there is Power in the Blood by Lewis E. Jones with contemporary worship, such as How Great is Our God by Chris Tomlin and Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) by Hillsong United. The choir, praise team and praise band lead the Sunday Morning worship services. Please come join us this Sunday at Danville Baptist Church where we always Celebrate Jesus!
From the Blog
I got a chance to go see the youth, and college age, led by Pastor Joe David and our youth directors Frankie and Sylaina Hinkle working at the ranch Saturday. There were other groups
I started coming to Danville Baptist Church when I was about 16 years old, in 1999, and I actually accepted Jesus into my life the same year. Lets just say the Lord has had a plan
We are having a super bowl party outreach! I know that sound funny but we would like you to group up with about 3 to 5 couples from church and invite those who do