To know and love God intimately and make Him known in Campbell County and to the ends of the earth is a BIG mission. Big mission requires BIG vision. Our vision for seeing our PURPOSE fulfilled and our MISSION engaged is by worshipping, walking, working and witnessing. 

You'll notice that the word "together" is found in each part of our vision. At FBCJ, we believe that great things happen when we're together!

Worship involves both personal, daily encounters with Christ and the gathering together in the Holy Spirit of the people of God weekly. All worship is informed by, infused with, constrained by, and focused through God's inerrant and inspired Word. 

(Psalm 100:2; Luke 4:8; John 4:24; Romans 12:1; Hebrews 10:23-25; 1 Timothy 4:11-13)


Great things happen when we're together, sure; further, we're convinced the best things happen when we gather together for worship of the Triune God! Looking for information about Sundays at FBCJ? Look no further. Know what to expect for your first visit (and every return home thereafter,) by clicking through the menu below. 

  • Come as you are, but please wear clothes. Most are dressed casually. There is no dress code at FBC Jacksboro. We are grateful for the grace of God made evident in this: our church looks like our community. 

    Something you'll hear often at FBCJ is "UB4ME." Scripture tells us: "Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor." (Rom. 12:10) We seek and strive to see that applied to all things, including your vibe when you join our fellowship.

    Scriptural Foundations >> Romans 15:7; 1 Peter 4:9; Galatians 5:14; Romans 12:18; Acts 15:4

  • The Bible is at the center of all we do at FBC Jacksboro.  Every week we want to teach , preach , sing, quote, and pray the Word to each other and to God. We typically go through books of the Bible, studying a passage each week. Currently, we are walking through the Book of Acts. 

    We aim to exalt Jesus in every sermon, and apply the truths of the text to our lives practically. Since preaching is exaltation (worship), we hope you will be active participants in the sermon as in the singing, not just passive listeners. Pastor Patrick holds to expositional and exegetical preaching.

    Scriptural Foundations >> 2 Timothy 3:16-17; 1 Timothy 4:11; Hebrews 4:12-13; Romans 10:17; Joshua 1:8; Psalm 19:7-11; Psalm 119:9

  • You can expect to sing a mixture of modern and ancient songs that magnify Christ. Our worship team strives to lead us in songs that are biblically faithful, theologically sound, and  full of praise to God. We want the songs to be filled with and point to the Word. It is also true that Scripture points us to worship through song. 

    You will probably find yourself singing a few songs you have never heard before, but you will find that once you learn them you will be singing them all week! Some of our favorites include: "Grace Greater Than Our Sin," "In Christ Alone," "Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me," "How Great Is Our God," "Amazing Grace," and "A Mighty Fortress." And that is just to name a few!

    Scriptural Foundations >> Psalm 150:1-6; Colossians 3:16; Ephesians 5:19; Psalm 105:2; Psalm 100:1-2

  • Scripture instructs us: "Pray without ceasing." (1 Th. 5:17) Why on earth would our times of gathered worship not be saturated with prayer? Though we do often have a time of "Invitation," our altar is always open: before, during or after worship. We always pray as we open the Word for the message because Jeremiah 33:3 tells us: "Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known."

    Our focus in prayer may differ, but common among them are these convictions: we believe that God answers prayer, we believe that the Spirit intercedes for us when we don't know how to pray as we ought, and we believe that we have an advocate at the right hand of the Father – Jesus Christ the righteous!

    Scriptural Foundations >> 1 Thessalonians 5:17; Mark 11:24; Romans 8:26; 1 John 2:1; Colossians 4:2; John 15:7; 1 John 5:15

  • Each Sunday morning we provide a time of discipleship for children, newborn though 5th grade, during the Worship service at 10:30. You will notice when entering our service that parents have their kids with them for the singing portion of our service. They will then be dismissed to go downstairs with our Children's Director for KiDS Church for developmentally appropriate teaching from God's Word. 

    We treat the safety, security and spiritual growth of your child as a matter of the utmost importance. We see their care and nurture as an incontrovertible responsibility. They are always welcome to remain with you if that is your conviction. Children are always welcome in the sanctuary. 

    Scriptural Foundations >> Luke 18:16-17; Proverbs 22:6; Matthew 18:10; Isaiah 54:13; Mark 10:13-16

  • Offerings are an important part of worship. An offering is taken up during the service usually between the singing and the sermon. If you are a visitor to FBC Jacksboro, we do not expect you give. We are simply glad to have you join us. 

    For members, or those guests/visitors who are led to give, there are worship boxes at the back of the sanctuary on either side next to both sets of double doors leading to the welcome atrium. 

    Scriptural Foundations >> Proverbs 3:9; 2 Corinthians 9:6-15; Luke 6:38; Luke 21:1-4; 2 Samuel 24:24; Acts 20:35; Luke 12:33-34