In response to current concerns...

Standing Strong in the face of uncertain odds is a scary prospect for many.  We recognize the need for caution with some of our members and encourage you to keep yourselves informed, not simply from traditional news sources, but from all available resources.  We are happy to be back in our normal Sunday morning worship times.  We continue to meet Wednesdays for bible study over Zoom, until we have sufficient numbers to cost effectively meet in our building.  The same is true for our men's, women's and children's ministries.  (See days and times below.)

The decision for when you will return to worship with us is yours, of course, but we assure you that you will receive more while participating in a vibrant corporate worship service than watching a virtual, online experience.  Honor the Lord in all things, and we look forward to the time when we can all be together again in worship.

Remember that our services are recorded and are available to you on our Recent Services page, and from our Facebook

and Student Ministries pages until we can be fully together again as a family.  Sunday School time (Family Discipleship time) will, likewise, be on hold until there is a good number of folks returning to our corporate worship.

Beginning in September, as children return to school, we will analyze the effect on the spread of the virus to determine when to restart our Kids4Truth program.  Until then, we will continue to provide the video lessons for the kids on Sunday evenings, so they know they are an important part of our body.

May God continue to bless and keep you all, as we weather this time together.  

"And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching." - Hebrews 10:24-25 NKJV

His Church, Welcome Home.

This is the motto of Chisholm Baptist Church.  It captures what we believe about Chisholm.  This church is His because Jesus is the Head of the Church and the Savior of the body (Ephesians 5:23).  The motto also conveys the warm and inviting spirit that has long been a part of us.  We desire to make every visitor feel at home, and hope that as God leads, they will make their church home here with us to grow as a disciple of Jesus Christ and help us minister to McLendon-Chisholm and the surrounding communities.

"A very welcoming congregation. It is like everyone already knew you from day one. They made me feel like I belonged right there with them to praise the LORD. I definitely will keep returning." -- Vivian

Messiah The King

In our on-going current sermon series, we will be exploring Matthew's gospel as a testament to the reality of Jesus as the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies related to Messiah the King.  From His connections to 2 of the 3 major covenants of the Old Testament,  to His ultimate fulfillment of the purpose for Messiah’s coming as revealed in those covenants, Matthew's gospel follows the life of Jesus not as a story teller, but rather as a proof text that Jesus was the eternal King of promise.

In this series, we will take an evidentiary look at this King through His birth, life, death, and fulfillment of the Father's great purpose.  You can listen to recent sermons here.