Webster Memorial Baptist Church

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About Church

Webster Memorial Baptist Church is a fellowship of believers who are committed to spreading the glory of God in West Lakeland and to the ends of the earth. What are some of our values as a church?:
1. God-exalting. Every aspect of our church is aimed at glorifying God. From the music we sing, the sermons we preach, the service that we give, we are seeking God’s glory alone.
2. Expository preaching. Pastor Gavin preaches expository sermons verse by verse through complete books of the Bible. This allows us to have the full context of the Biblical intention and allows God’s Word to dictate our beliefs rather than allowing man’s agenda to dictate the meaning of God’s Word.
3. Family integration. We believe that children learn best from worshipping together with their families. We don’t mind wiggles and giggles in the worship service. In fact, we encourage it! As we like to say, if you don’t hear babies crying then your church might be dying!
4. Historic Roots. We acknowledge that we have a rich tradition of theological grandparents that have helped shaped our church. We not only subscribe to the historic Baptist documents of the faith, but also the historic Reformation understanding of the Five Solas: Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone), Solus Christus (Christ Alone), and Soli Deo Gloria (To the Glory of God Alone)!
5. Loving the least of these. In Matthew 25 Jesus says, “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.” We take our Savior’s words to heart and seek to be a blessing to those in our community. We trust that God has put people in our lives so that we can bless them with love and the gospel.

Church Affiliation
Southern Baptist Convention
Confessions We Affirm
New Hampshire Confession of Faith, Baptist Faith and Message 2000
Statements of Faith We Affirm
The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, The Danvers Statement, The Nashville Statement, The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel (Dallas)