Plan a Visit

No matter who you are or where you’ve been, you’re welcome here. You’ll find a warm, friendly, comforting environment that we hope feels like home to you. 

We understand visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating. We want you to feel comfortable and at home the moment you arrive. If we don't answer your questions here, please contact us and we'll be happy to answer any question you have.

Where should I park?

We have several parking areas on our campus. You'll find specially designated guest parking near all the entrances. The Welcome Center is located on the west side of the main building (near the Intermediate School building). You'll find guest and handicap parking available in the west parking lot. Check out the campus map for more detailed information.

Where do I go?

We recommend you visit our Welcome Center after arriving on our campus. The volunteers at the Welcome Center will help you find a small group Bible study for you and your family. We'll personally walk you to each room and make sure you know your way back to the Worship Center as well. 

What should I wear?

There is no dress code for attending services at Wynne Baptist Church. Some attending dress casually and some dress up—it’s all good! You are free to come exactly as you are, so wear whatever you are most comfortable in.

What time do you meet?

We have regular Sunday morning Bible study in small groups at 9 am and worship services at 10:30 am and 6 pm. Throughout the week have numerous small groups and activities. Check out the calendar of events for more information.

What about my kids?

Bring your Birth-Kindergarten child every Sunday morning at 9 am for Bible Study or 10:30 am for Worship and Bible study. Your preschooler will have a blast as experienced and loving teachers use various activities to help them learn who God is, who Jesus is, what the Bible is and how to worship in Wynne Littles. A nursery is provided during all regular worship services. 

The Orchard for 1st - 6th graders, which meets on Sunday mornings at 9 am, is where children are led to worship God on a kid level that includes singing praises to God, drama presentations, giving of our offerings, scripture memorization and story time. The Orchard is a fun place to be, but it is also a growing place to be. Sunday morning Orchard time is concluded each week with the dismissal to Grow Groups. Grow Groups are small groups designed for kids to build relationships and to apply the Bible story more directly to their lives. Grow Groups are divided into graded breakdowns and are for kids in kindergarten through 6th grade.

All kids kindergarten and older are invited to join their parents for worship at 10:30 am in the Worship Center.

Students in 7th - 12th grades meet for Bible study around tables in the Student Room (2nd floor of the north building) at 9 am. 

What is the worship service like?

There are several elements to each worship service. We begin with worship music meant to help focus your heart and attention to worshipping God. Lead by a worship team and choir, the music style is contemporary blended with traditional church hymns and modern worship choruses. Followed by our worship through music, we hear from our Pastor as he brings a message and teaching from the Bible. We also worship through the giving of our money, called an offering and tithe. This portion of our service is for members. We do not expect guests to give to the offering that helps fund our functions and ministries of the church. Periodically, we also observe baptism of new believers and share the Lord's Supper together.