At First Baptist Church of Beverly Hills, our hearts desire is to show Jesus Christ to the world and to lead all people into a life-changing, ever-growing relationship with Him.
We believe in:
Loving God in Worship
Loving People in Fellowship
Serving People in Ministry
Sending People on Mission
Due to COVID-19 we will be holding all services and Bible Study online via Zoom for times and Zoom links please send us your email address to email@example.com and we will give you all the necessary information to join our services.
All activities and ministries ought to be God-centered and God-honoring.
The Gospel of Christ should be central in all our teachings and ministries.
People matter to God so they should matter to us.
Everyone needs a place to belong, to be cared for, and to grow.
Spiritual and emotional healing is an essential part of our walk with God and transformation into Christ’s image.
Everyone is a “minister’ and should steward his or his spiritual gifts and live out our Lord’s commands in complete obedience.
The Great Commission should affect all aspects of our personal and community life. Outreach to our community, nation, and world ought to be in word AND deed).
Our church actively supports local and international missions through sending missionaries, prayer, volunteering, food collection, and financial contributions through SBC mission offerings and the Cooperative Program.
We are actively engaged in giving to support foreign missions. We support ministry in our community with the goal of starting new churches through the starting of small groups. We are looking to God as he identifies locations, people groups to reach, and new leaders to become pastors of those groups.
Our Sunday service is a time of enthusiastic praise and thanksgiving to God. The music is lively and the messages are thought-provoking and life-changing.
The First Baptist Church of Beverly Hills was established in February 1952 under the leadership of Marshall DeVaugh. Services began in a real estate office on Canon Drive in Beverly Hills before moving to a Legionnaires Hall, and finally setting on an old church building in the city of Sherman, now known as West Hollywood... READ MORE