932 Main St, Fairfield, TX 75840

(903) 389-4842 office@rpbcfairfield.org

What To Expect

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT WHEN I ATTEND
ROUND PRAIRIE BAPTIST CHURCH?

It is hard to walk into a new place with lots of people you do not know. The most important thing for you to know is that Round Prairie Baptist Church is one of the friendliest churches you’ll ever find. You do not have to worry about being judged or thought differently of. We are going to love on you just as we do our own family. We all have stories to share…this is a place where we would love to hear your story.

WHAT DO PEOPLE WEAR?

Honestly everyone dresses in what they feel most comfortable in. Some wear jeans and t-shirts, others wear business casual attire, others dress up.

AM I GOING TO BE SINGLED OUT IN ANY WAY?

No. We would love for you to fill out a visitor’s card, if you would like, so we can get to know you better, but you do not have to. You are free to come as often as you like. We hope you’ll linger after the worship service so we can meet you and get to know you.

WHAT STYLE ARE YOUR WORSHIP SERVICES?

We currently offer one worship service at 10:00 am on Sunday Mornings. Our service is held in our new Auditorium in our Family Life Center. Our worship is contemporary in style and song selection and we have a talented team that leads us in worship. Plan on arriving a little early to enjoy a light breakfast and grab a warm cup of coffee, tea or hot cocoa. We want you to feel right at home as you worship with us. If you have children, they are always welcome in our service and we also offer children’s church and nursery during the service if you would prefer to drop them off prior to worship. We have bible study classes that meet immediately after worship for children, youth and adults.

HOW LONG DOES WORSHIP LAST?

Our typical morning worship service lasts about an hour. The pastor’s message usually lasts 20-30 minutes. At the end of each message, an invitation is offered for those sharing salvation decisions, wanting to join our church, wanting to counsel with one of the pastors, or just wanting to pray at the altar.