Listen to Pastor Dan's January 11th, 2015 sermon, titled, "Being Dead to Sin and Alive to God" - click here
Welcome to First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church is located in Ventura County, in the heart of Camarillo. Our church is a fellowship of believers in Christ who meet regularly. Above all, Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior. We use the Bible as our authority in all aspects of life. We believe that the power of the gospel can change lives as we come to Christ and accept Him personally and His payment of our sin.
We are glad you visited our website and hope it gives you an idea of the ministries we have at our church. We are here to help you come to know Jesus Christ personally and grow in your faith if you are already a believer. Now that you have learned a little about our church, come visit us during one of our services and get involved in some of our ministries.
What’s Happening This Week:
Pastor Dan is beginning his verse by verse study through I Thessalonians and particularly the theme of the 2nd Coming of Christ in His message entitled:
"Being Ready for the Return of Christ"
I Thessalonians 5
February 1, 2015
Couples Valentine’s Dinner
Friday, February 13 at 7 p.m.
at Sumo Restaurant in Camarillo
(by Carmen, on Daily, behind the 7/11 gas station)
For any questions and to RSVP, please contact Jemuel Monte-Alegre.
Sweethearts for our Valentine's Dinner:
(Couples Valentine’s Dinner)
Friday, February 13 at 7 p.m. at Sumo Restaurant in Camarillo
To RSVP, please contact Jemuel Monte-Alegre.
Devotional Post of the week:
Ps. 137:2 “We hung our harps upon the willows in the midst of it.” (Have you ever felt like hanging your harp on the willows? The people of Judah did as the Psalmist recounts. They had been taken from their homeland, their homes were destroyed and loved ones killed. Their captors in Babylon demanded a song but they could not sing they were in such sorrow. Their instrument of praise and joy was useless. They hung their harps up. Their song was dead or so it seemed. The music had stopped, the future was bleak and all hope was gone of anything turning out right. Now the very people who caused their grief wanted a song. It was just too much. It seemed as if they would never sing again. The song had disappeared. They could not sing in this imprecatory Psalm. They had hung their harps up.
Some of our Ongoing Ministries