Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name. Bring an offering and come before him; worship the Lord in the splendour of his holiness.
— 1 Chronicles 16:29

Worship Services

Sunday worship at First Baptist Moncton is Christ-centered worship with challenging, Bible-based messages, offered in two different styles of worship services both held in the 700-seat Sanctuary of the church.

Traditional Worship

The Traditional Worship service, held at 11:00 am, is built on the long tradition of worship in the beautiful historical Sanctuary of First Baptist. Music has always been a central part of traditional worship at First Baptist, with the 40-voice Sanctuary Choir, children’s choir, handbell choirs, the 2,214 pipe Organ and Yamaha Baby Grand piano. A variety of musical styles including traditional Baptist hymns, gospel, classical, classical contemporary choral jazz, spirituals and home-coming is incorporated into the services. Instruments such as trumpet, flute, harp, guitar, violin and piano are featured at various times throughout the year. In addition, First Baptist has several special musical events during the year. Traditional worship at First Baptist provides an atmosphere of reverence for meaningful worship.

Contemporary Worship

The 9:00 am service, known as “The Bridge”, is contem-porary worship led by a Worship Band, and complemented with a state-of-the-art audio-visual system in the recently renovated Sanctuary. Multimedia graphics are used for praise, Bible readings, and in many other aspects of worship. The Worship Band caters to those with more modern music preferences, and includes acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboard, bass and vocalists. The service has an informal feel, with an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance.

Below is a video of the Sanctuary Choir performing “Fairest Lord Jesus”.

Sermons Online

Video recordings of recent sermons are available on the First Baptist Moncton YouTube Channel.

Upcoming Worship Services
9:00 am and 11:00 am

June 25
“Lukewarm”

Rev. Dr. Richard Jackson
Revelation 3:14-22

July 2
“The Reason for the Meal”

Rev. Dr. Richard Jackson
1 Cor. 11:23-26

July 9
“How Long, O Lord?”

Rev. Dr. Richard Jackson
Habakkuk

July 16
Nathan Drover