About MBC

Vision & Mission Statement

The mission of Moline Baptist Church (MBC) is to provide a localized place for Christians to gather corporately to worship God, grow in the strength and admonition of the Lord, edify and encourage one another in our faith journey as disciples and to extend the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ. We desire to love and serve God with all our heart, with all our soul, with all our strength and with all our mind; and to love and serve one another as ourselves. Our vision is to grow MBC deeper by increasing our knowledge, fear and love for God and to grow larger by inviting others to accept Christ as their personal Savior, to be baptized in obedience to Christ, to regularly attend worship services at MBC and to become integrated into the benefits and service of church life. Because we sincerely believe the universal church is the whole body of Christ we invest a substantial amount of time and resources in supporting missionaries around the world.

Overview of Ministries

Every ministry at MBC is designed to fulfill the mission and vision of loving God, loving one another, continuing to grow deeper in him and to expand his kingdom on earth which includes growing his local church. Because we believe the church consists of families and people of all ages and walks of life, we try to provide ministries unique and tailored to each. However, we are sensitive to segregation and isolation. Therefore, we also strive for and encourage cross ministry integration. Many of our senior saints disciple our children through Awana and Sunday School. Our youth serve and integrate with the adults through dinners, dramas and yard work. We see ourselves as a family who serve and love one another. We are excited and blessed with every new person and every new family that visits and attends our local church.

CBNC (Conservative Baptist North Central)

Moline Baptist Church is a member church in good standing with the CBNC region in full agreement with Article V. Declaration of Faith in the Constitution of the Conservative Baptist Association of America. Further information and resources may be found for CBAmerica at http://www.cbamerica.org/ and CBNC at http://www.nccba-gc2.com.