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Our Values

The foundation of any church body is its fundamental belief system. At First Baptist Church of Chesterfield, we believe that our collective thoughts and actions should be rooted in and align completely with God’s word as presented in The Holy Bible. Read on to learn about FBCC’s core values.

Our Vision

To move “Forward in Faith” emulating the work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, ministering to all people, exalting The Savior, equipping and supporting the members for ministry, and evangelizing the lost, while continuing to share our rich Christian and cultural heritage.

Our Mission

To advance the Kingdom of Jesus Christ in accordance with Matthew 28:18-20, through preaching of the Gospel, consistent Christian living, personal evangelism, missionary endeavor, Christian education and the public worship of God.

What We Believe
  • We believe in The Holy Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:21, Revelations 22:18-19)
  • We believe in The One True God (Genesis 1:1)
  • We believe in The Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 2:36, 16:31-33)
  • We believe in The Holy Spirit (Isaiah 63:10)
  • We believe in That all men are by nature and choice sinners and lost (Romans 5:12)
  • We believe in Salvation By Grace Through Faith Alone (Ephesians 2:8-9)
  • We believe in The Righteous Living and Spiritual Production (Proverbs 16:31, 10:24, Psalms 37:25)
  • We believe in The Existence of Satan (James 2:19)
  • We believe in The Literal Second Coming Of Christ (1 Thessalonians 4:17)
  • We believe in The Future Life, Bodily Resurrection and Eternal Judgement (Job 19:26-27)
  • We believe in The Separation Of Church And State (Romans 13:6-7, Mark 12:17)
  • We believe in The Priesthood Of All Believers (1 Peter 2:5,9, Revelations 5:10)
  • We believe in The Lordship Of Jesus Christ (Colossians 1:15-19)
  • We believe in The Importance, Independence and Autonomy Of The Local Church (1 Peter 5:2-4, Acts 4:23)
  • We believe in The Ordinances Given To The Local Church, Baptism And The Lord’s Supper (Luke 22:19-20, 1 Corinthians 11:24-25)