SPECIAL EASTER WEEK EVENTS
Friday, April 18: Good Friday Service. An amazing opportunity to look at what Jesus went through the last 24 hours of his life. From praying in the Garden of Gethsemane to being arrested, from being mocked and mistreated to willingly going to the cross, you’ll be moved as you are reminded of what Jesus endured so that you may have eternal life. This is a solemn and reverent time designed for you to deepen your understanding of the sacrificial love that Jesus has for you. This event starts at 7:30pm. Childcare provided.
Sunday, April 20: Easter Brunch. It’s different this year! Come and share your favorite breakfast/brunch foods as we gather together in Fellowship Hall for a brunch potluck between 9:45am and 10:45am. SPECIAL SURPRISE: At 10:30am we will be doing our “Rise Up” dance on the front lawn. Don’t miss it!
Sunday, April 20: Two Easter Worship Services. The celebration of the resurrection of Jesus; Wow! He conquered death! If you are only going to dress up once this year, then this is the Sunday you should chose to break out your Easter bonnet or fancy tie. Note: This will NOT be a combined worship service. There will be TWO church services: 8:30am and 11am.
Come check us out. We are NOT your typical Baptist church. Seriously.
Special: College students: Do you need a ride to church?
Do you live on campus at URI? Would you like to visit WKBC but don't have any transportation? NO PROBLEM! We have a shuttle bus that picks up and drops off students at URI. For more information fill out the form on the Ask Us page.
Welcome to West Kingston Baptist Church. Our church began over one hundred years ago on the fairgrounds just down the
road from the Kingston train station. It started with just a handful of people and a few children. As the years passed, it started to grow – in size and in its love for Jesus.
Our pastor, Keith Mlyniec, and his wife Ruth, began with us in May 2005. Before that, they spent ten years in Iceland, where they were helping to start a church. Actually, they came back to us since this was the church they both attended while they were students at URI in the 70’s.
Today, we have a fresh passion that is unfolding into a rich love for God, his people, and the South County community. We’re glad to be here. We welcome you!