Who We Are
Nassau Bay Baptist Church is a conservative Southern Baptist Church that believes, preaches, and teaches the Bible as inerrant and authoritative for your life. If that is the kind of church you are looking for, then you have found it. All of the activities of Nassau Bay Baptist Church follow the mission of experiencing and expressing the love of God through exaltation, edification, and evangelism. In other words, members are learning to live a life that’s worth sharing, so that they can share a life that’s worth living.
Got Milk? Want Meat?
Have you been receiving the milk of the Word for too long? Nassau Bay Baptist Church preaches the meat of God's Word for maturing believers and those who desire to be.
Bow The Knee
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“Bow the Knee,” a musical dramatic production will be presented by Nassau Bay Baptist Church, 7 p.m. April 11, 12, 18, and 19. A Roman centurion, who first suspects Jesus is just a trouble maker, finds himself caught between two worlds. Each encounter with the miracle-working rabbi chips away at his doubts causing his subordinates - and eventually Pilate - to question the centurion’s allegiance to the Roman Empire. Yet standing on the side of faith is a trusted servant to the centurion who urges the long-time soldier to believe the incomprehensible and trust the heart of the Father.
The presentation is a gift to the community, free of charge, but reservations are recommended as seating is limited. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Reservation are available here.
Vision and Faith:
The Story of Nassau Bay Baptist Church
Nassau Bay Baptist Church was founded on faith. It all started with a vision. In 1962 slightly more than two dozen people had a vision for a Baptist church in the then sparsely populated Clear Lake area. Meeting in December in several homes, the vision grew rapidly. In fact, at just the second Sunday service, Rev. Al Novak, a retired Navy Chaplain and local pastor, along with his wife Ann, became the first members of the local congregation. He fulfilled the dream of Floyd King, the meeting organizer and next to join, who announced "God sent you here." Novak soon became the part-time mission pastor. The only property the church owned was a pulpit, which was dutifully carried from home to home for each service. Charter members June Vernon and Ruby Wright are still active members of NBBC.
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, based on 2 Timothy 2:15. Nassau Bay Baptist Church will begin its 16th year of serving the Bay Area with Awana beginning August 28, 2013 Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m. thoughout the school year. Registration begins August 21st 6-8 p.m. but you can also register any Wednesday evening before Awana. Follow this link to registration forms or more information.
New Worship Center Memorial and Honors ProgramA new program is being offered to all members to honor past or present members and friends of NBBC. This Memorial and/or Honors Program will be in the form of a beautiful 5 x 8 metal plaque which will include the name of the donor and that of the one being remembered and/or honored. It will be prominently and permanently displayed in an attractive location in or near new Worship Center. Suggested donation for each plaque is $500 and it is an excellent opportunity to recognize loved ones and friends while at the same time helping to complete funding for the new building. Because of your outstanding suppport, almost two thirds of the needed funds have already been raised through donations and pledges.
NBBC Children leading the way....
One of the Club 56ers brought forth the need of a family in the area that was on hard times. She is friends with one of the children of the family and asked Club 56 to help out. Over the course of three weeks, $175.00 was collected in money and gift cards to be given to the family. This is what Club 56 is all about. The preteens decide which direction and what ministries we can provide. We wanted to make the congregation of church aware that the children of this church will lead, will share, will love. Let us pray for the preteens as they become the youth of tomorrow and the adults of the future. Pray that they remain in the Spirit and keep the compassion they have displayed for their neighbors.