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You Are Always Welcome at North Shelby Baptist Church

Established in 1993 and growing, we are a “mid-size” congregation, conservative in doctrine and worship -- liberal in love and giving.We are a traditional Southern Baptist Church. Our ministry statement is "Loving God and One Another, Sharing Jesus with the World.""

Committed to the Great Commandment, Loving God and one another, our worship is heart-felt. You will find that we actively practice prayer and offer a close-knit church family for people of all ages.

Committed to the Great Commission, Sharing Jesus with the world NSBC is a missions minded church. Pastor Allan Murphy and Minister of Education Jon Jeffries are former foreign missionaries. Various volunteer mission teams travel in and outside of the USA to minister each year. We support and participate in the mission and ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Alabama Baptist Convention, and the Shelby Baptist Association.

Conveniently located on US 280, on the slope of Double Oak Mountain, near Birmingham, Alabama.

 

Sunday

9:00 a.m. Sunday School

10:15 a.m.  Worship in sanctuary; Children’s Worship in the Children’s area of educational building

5:00 p.m. Discipleship Classes

6:00 p.m Evening Worship

Wednesday

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper; $5 per adult / $3.25 per child under 12 yrs. (Call the church office at 995-9056 by noon on Monday for reservations)    

6:30 p.m. Bible studies and prayer meeting for adults; youth and children’s activities for all ages

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Have you thought about joining a Sunday School Class? You might be thinking, “Why should I? Or “What’s in it for me?”

Bible study at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday gives you a chance to learn more about God’s word, your relationship with him and your relationships with your family, neighbors and coworkers. As you grow closer to your fellow classmates, you’ll find that they become great friends and encouragers.

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North Shelby Baptist Church is located on Double Oak Mountain off Highway 280.

From Birmingham, take Highway 280 East from I-459.
Go 6.6 miles over the crest of the mountain to Belcher Drive.
Turn right onto Belcher Drive; the campus is on a hill easily visible from Highway 280.

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North Shelby Baptist welcomes you and your child.  Your child is special to us.  It is our desire to minister to your child’s spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.  Our rooms are divided by age and staffed by trained and loving caregivers.  We are committed to providing a warm, caring, and secure environment for your child.

9:00 AM   Sunday School for children of all ages
10:15 AM  The R.O.C.K. for children in grades 1 -5

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Sunday Service Times

9:00AM Sunday School For All Ages

10:15AM & 6:00PM Worship Services

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Youth

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Middle School and High School Ministry

Jesus commanded His disciples to "Go and make disciples of all nations." Therefore, the heart of our student ministry is to go and make disciples of all students. Our students are facing pressures of all kinds of temptations in schools and also embarking on a journey to understand who they are and where they fit in this world. Now in our culture, they are experiencing many attacks against the Christian faith. Our students need truth and our students need a relationship with Jesus. Our mission for making disciples of all students is to help them KNOW Jesus, to GROW in Jesus, and to SHOW Jesus to the world.

KNOW

The first step in making disciples is to have a knowledge of our Lord and Savior and how through Him we can have a right relationship with God the Father. We don't desire our students to have a lukewarm relationship towards our Lord and Savior, but to know Him deeply. If our students truly grasp the greatness of our God, the severity of our sin, and the immense grace shown through Jesus dying on the cross, then their lives will never be the same. We spend much of our time helping our students know Jesus.

GROW

Once students know Jesus as their Lord and Savior, they need to grow to be more like Him as well. The Holy Spirit is working in believers to help us become more like Christ. Our ministry focuses on building relationships with students and walking with them as they learn what it means to follow Jesus. We study God's Word, pray, serve, and share with one another so that we have a better understanding of who we are in Christ and how to be obedient to His Word.

SHOW

We are not called to receive the best news in the world and keep it to ourselves. We are called to be a light in a dark world. It is no different with our students. As they are following Christ, they are called to make disciples as well. What better way to reach the lost in our schools than for our students to go tell them about Jesus! We are praying together that students who don't know Christ would put their hope in Him. We are training our students how to share with others the Good News of Jesus and to be broken for their classmates. Ultimately, if the student can grasp what a great gift they have received, they will have a desire to share it with the world.

YOUTH BLOG

 

Weekly Worship Times

Wednesday Nights- 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Wednesday nights include a time of fellowship with an icebreaker game, worship led by our student praise band, a study of God's Word, and a time to discuss His word in smaller breakout groups.

Sunday Mornings- 9:00-10:00 a.m.

On Sunday morning we have Middle School and High School Sunday School classes. We serve breakfast and have an interactive time of Bible study and prayer with our groups.

Sunday Evenings- 5:00-7:00 p.m.

On Sunday evenings we have our Student Worship Arts Ministry (SWAM). We are teaching our students to be worship leaders by training them to serve in our puppet ministry, student praise team, drama/human video team, dramatic reading team, and sound/lighting team. Each Sunday we have a devotional time followed by training in the areas in which the students want to serve.

For additional information such as upcoming events and the student pastor blog, please check out the youth website at http://youthnsbc.weebly.com/

 

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