Fairview Baptist Church: 2108 E. Vaile Ave. Kokomo, IN.
The Fairview Baptist Church is a great place for families and friends to gather to worship Jesus.
Young and old will enjoy the family atmosphere and Christian fellowship.
Pastor Steven Sherwood, Sr. His wife Evelyn and the congregation invite you to attend Fairview Baptist Church in Kokomo.
Sunday morning service starts at 10:30 AM with child care available.
The Fairview Baptist Church is a friendly group of Christian believers with the goal of fulfilling the Great Commandment, its counterpart, and the Great Commission; that is, to joyfully love God, love each other and reach out to the world with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Steve is a Ventriloquist and his puppets preach to the children at the beginning of every service.
Children (and Adults) will listen to a puppet's Children's Message.
Sunday Morning Service ... 10:30 am
Child care is available during the service in the nursery for newborns up to the age of 3
Children 4 thru 11 will be dismissed during the service to attend Children’s Church
Sunday Afternoon .... 12:00 noon
1st and 3rd Sunday Afternoon ... Youth Sunday
Wednesday Evenings ... Mystery Meal at 5:30pm > Bible Study at 6:00pm
Bible Study ... 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, 7:00pm > 9:00ish - at Dave and Ann Ihms, 329 E. Firmin St. Kokomo
Kokomo Cowboy Church ... The 3rd Saturday of each month at 5:00pm
Fairview hosts a Cowboy Church on the 3rd Saturday of every month, for a good old music service with great southern
gospel music. Please come and enjoy the fellowship, great music and say Howdy!
Open Mic. Gospel Jam and Fund Raiser ... March 23rd
Free Chicken, Noodles and fellowship served at 4:00pm ... Gospel Jam and Fund Raiser starts at 5:00
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