First Baptist Church (Woodstock, Georgia)

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First Baptist Church Woodstock
Location Woodstock, GA with additional locations in Georgia and Florida
Country United States
Denomination Southern Baptist Convention, Evangelical Christian
Website fbcw.org
History
Founded 1837 (1837)

The First Baptist Church Woodstock is a megachurch in the northwestern Atlanta suburb of Woodstock, Georgia. It is pastored by former Southern Baptist Convention President, Dr. Johnny M. Hunt.

The mission statement of First Baptist Church Woodstock is "to see believers become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ." First Baptist Church Woodstock is a dynamic ministry, committed to "worshipping God, loving others, serving God, and inviting others."

FBCW has a weekly average of over 6,000 people attending its Sunday ministries on its main campus. In 2013, FBCW expanded to include three additional satellite campuses: Woodstock Church Jasper (Jasper, GA), Woodstock Church Shallowford (Marietta, GA) and Woodstock Church Panama City Beach (Panama City Beach, FL).

It was founded in 1837 as the Enon Church.

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"EMS Case Study: First Baptist Church", Dean Evans & Associates

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