This is a place of welcome. Our hope is that you’ll feel like a part of our family from your very first visit. In fact, we don’t believe in coincidences. If you’re here, there’s a reason. This is a place of hope, of comfort, of joy. This is also a place of change, and this church is filled with people whose lives are being transformed. We know that everyone who walks through our doors is in need of the transforming power of God’s love. And that’s exactly what we believe you’ll find here. This is a place where you can belong.
What to expect:
Come as you are; leave changed forever! At our Sunday morning worship service you’ll find people of all ages and all types dressed in all sorts of ways worshiping God together. You’re encouraged to wear whatever allows you to focus on worship. Our music is a blend of contemporary and classic worship styles so you’re bound to connect with something. And we invite you to be more than a spectator; we invite you to participate. Lift your heart and voice in worship together with us. (If you need any assistance, just ask an usher.)
9:45am – Sunday School
11:00am – Worship Service
6:00pm – Bible Study
What We Believe
First Baptist Church of Moab ascribes to the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 which can be found at http://www.sbc.net/bfm2000/bfm2000.asp We also participate in the Southern Baptist Convention, the Utah-Idaho Southern Baptist Convention, and the Southeast Utah Fellowship of Churches.
FBC Moab welcomed Pastor Stan Toler and his wife, Donna, in April of 2018. Pastor Stan previously served churches in several Southern states, most recently Texas. He is a native of South Alabama and considers himself to be “some kind of cross between a beach bum and a farm boy.” As a result, he enjoys swimming, scuba, carpentry, fishing and volleyball. Stan tells how he came to Christ at the age of 12 when “as a part of a church youth choir event, I was introduced to the man who would change my life forever: Jesus, my Lord,” Donna, while born in Buffalo New York, was raised in and around New Orleans, Louisiana. Thus Donna explains “my grandma played honky-tonk piano and I grew up loving classic R&B.” Both Stan and Donna studied music in college, and both hold degrees from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.