Welcome to the Geary Baptist Church website. We are very glad to have you visit our site. On it you will find updated information about our activities and events, information about our history and beliefs, and links that take you on a spiritual journey. That is really what Geary baptist is all about – taking people on a spiritual journey.
It is our desire that alll people know that God loves them and has a desire to see each one walking in an intimate relationship with Him.
This often begins with an introduction to faith by a friend or group then to move on to the knowledge that we have offended God by not living with Him as our guide. Often the next step in our spiritual journey is the one most remembered, it is turning from how we once lived, without God in control, to walking daily with him as our Guide. This step is called salvation. It is called salvation because we are, at this point, saved from the judgement of God by accepting Jesus death as our substitute. Yes, because of our sin Jesus came and took our place and died our death for us. But this is a crucial step in our spiritual Journey for without it our journey cannot go on and we are sure to fall at the Judgement of God.
The book of John tells us:
"But to all who believed him and accepted him, he gave the right to become children of God."
- John 1:12-13
Holy Bible, New Living Translation ®, copyright © 1996, 2004 by Tyndale Charitable Trust. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers. All rights reserved.
From this place in our journey we have many steps but God is patient and continues to lead us to know Him and walk with Him as our Guide.
No matter where you might be in your spiritual journey Geary Baptist has a place for you. Hopefully after visiting our site you will consider joining us for service on Sunday Mornings at 10:45. If you haven't been to church for a while that is ok for we have many who visit only time to time and others who are regular. Our come as you are, church service makes for a comfortable atmosphere. I hope to see you soon.
As written by Rev. Greg Sparkes, modified by Darren Anderson