We Look Forward To Meeting You!
Welcome to Round Grove Baptist Church. Below, you will find some more information about our church to give you an idea of what you’ll find when you visit us:
What Should I Wear?
We are a very casual church. You will find most attenders in jeans and a few in dress pants. Whether you prefer to wear a pair of jeans and a nice shirt, a pair of shorts and t-shirt, a dress, or a suit and tie, you will be welcome as you are.
When You Arrive
If you are a guest with us, we have designated parking for you right up front. You can enter the building on the south entrance under the awning. There will be someone there to great you and be sure and pick up a bulletin for more information about our church. The worship center is located to your left and the bathrooms are down the hall to your right. If you have any questions, please stop by our welcome desk.
We want your experience at Round Grove to be the best possible for your family. Nursery is available for kids, birth through 3 years old. We also have children’s church for kids 4 years old through 3rd grade and they are dismissed from the worship service following the music to have their own time of Bible learning. If you would prefer to keep your kids with you throughout the service, please feel free to do so. They can be with you the entire time during worship.
A typical worship service at Round Grove lasts approximately one hour. We begin at 10am with a welcome and prayer, followed by a time of worship through song and ending with a sermon from our pastor, Mark Fugitt. Our music is considered contemporary with a full band and praise team. Mark preaches through books of the Bible with themes that impact our everyday life.
Following our worship service, we have small groups available for all ages if you would like to stick around. Youth and adult classes will be discussing our Big Idea from the sermon and go into more detail. Our children’s classes will also be learning from the same passage as the adults. With everyone learning and discussing the same Big Idea, it gives every family a great opportunity to talk about what they’ve learned when they leave.