How Do I Get to Tucker First Baptist Church?
Tucker First Baptist Church is located at 5073 Lavista Road in Tucker, Georgia. The church is at the corner of Lavista Road and Main Street.
Where Do I Park?
There are two main parking lots on either side of the worship center (the building with the steeple). Both of these parking lots have reserved parking for guests. The lot at the corner of Main Street and Lavista Road is accessed via Main Street and Church Street. The other lot is accessed via Lavista Road. The Tucker Community Center behind First Baptist Church of Tucker offers overflow parking.
Where Do My Children Go?
If you are coming for Sunday morning bible study at 9:30AM and you have a child or children ages birth to 6th grade, please enter the back of the building under the short green awning. Our KidZone is located on the second floor, 1st door on the right outside the elevator (please see the greeter at the door for direction assistance). Please see Lauren Woodson, Sunday Morning Children’s Coordinator, to check in. If you are attending worship, please enter the front doors off Lavista Road to the Sanctuary. The Children, ages birth to 6th grade, will congregate at the table on the left side of the sanctuary (piano side) at the round children’s table. During worship, the children will go to KidZone and then be returned by staff to worship for pick up. Please see Lauren Woodson for check in.
What is the Worship Service Like?
The 11:00AM worship service at First Baptist Church of Tucker is a multi-generational worship experience. Persons from all generations and with a variety of musical backgrounds lead the congregation in singing. Instrumentalists include a pianist, organist, keyboardist, guitarist, and drummer, along with a choir and regular ensemble groups. Regular children’s times engage children and adults in the worship theme for the service. The sermons engage people in thinking about the Bible and how it connects to real living. It is our hope that the 11:00AM service offers members and attendees alike the opportunity to experience the love and presence of God.
What Should I Wear?
People come to First Baptist Church of Tucker in many different styles of attire. Some come in coats, ties and dresses. Some come jeans and shorts depending on the weather. Most fall somewhere in between weekend casual and business casual. How you dress is about how you feel most comfortable. Regular attendees of First Baptist Church of Tucker connect and welcome one another because of relationships, not clothing style or labels. It is our goal to welcome you and help you build friendships at First Baptist Church of Tucker, regardless of your clothing choices. You matter to us, not your clothes.
Will You Show Up Unannounced at my Home for a Visit?
We will never visit you at home without your permission. When you attend a worship service or Sunday morning Bible study group at First Baptist, you will have the opportunity to fill out a Welcome card and/or Sunday morning Bible study guest registration form. If you choose to share your information with us, it is the promise of our congregation that we will never simply “show up” at your door. We will write you a letter and contact you by phone or e-mail (whichever you prefer), but we will not interrupt your regular home routine. We want to get to know you, and we will respect your privacy.
How are things on your spiritual journey?
I once heard a friend of mine respond to a particularly difficult day with the phrase, Life Happens. Our lives are in constant motion, and sometimes, we feel like we do not know what is happening. Where are we going? Are we content with our lives? Are we accomplishing things with our lives that really matter? Is there something that makes all of our comings and goings, ups and downs, and questions and ponderings make sense?
On one occasion, Jesus gave his disciples and other listeners (who perhaps were as tired of life happening as we sometimes get) the following invitation: "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls” (Matthew 11:28-29 in the Bible).
Real rest, real contentment, real peace, and real purpose: is it really possible? Jesus says it is, and he invites each of us on a journey with him to find out. Where are you on your spiritual journey? Where does God fit into your life? If you would like to talk about these, or any other spiritual questions, I hope you will e-mail one of the ministers on our staff, check out a worship service, or join us for a small group Bible study. First Baptist Church Tucker is a safe place to ask real spiritual questions. It would be a privilege to get to know you and hear about your spiritual journey.