Kentville United Baptist Church, Kentville, NS

Worship Services!  

We are conveniently located in the heart of downtown Kentville on the corner of Webster and Main Streets (503 Main St.)

9:45 am - Sunday School for youth grade 7 to 12 and adults (Sept - June)

11:00 am - Morning Worship Service & Sunday School (up to grade 6) & Global Adventures 4th Sun of month. Nursery Care is available.
(NOTE: Sunday Services are at 10:00 am in July & August)

Communion - First Sunday of each month

(Other Seasonal Services:)
Maundy Thursday - 7 pm
Christmas Eve Candlelight Family Service - 6:30 pm


Church Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 12 noon.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 1 pm - 4pm. (3 pm in the summer months)

Links! 
Kentville Baptist Church is involved in the greater Kentville community and ministries of compassion.

Emergency Food Assistance (EFA) Program - offered Wednesdays from 10 - 11 am (except the last Wednesday of the month) only, emergency food assistance (EFA) is made available.  This is funded by entirely by the generosity of those who contribute to our benevolent offering received at the monthly communion services, and by the generous donations received from businesses and individuals in our community.

  • Recipients must be residents of Kentville (proof of address is required).
  • Recipients must appear in person
  • Recipients only eligible every eight weeks.
  • Program is administrated entirely by volunteers who come on-site to our church facility during the specified times only.

Other ways that we help: This church is a Christian house of worship, facilitating opportunities for prayer, worship and discipleship in the Baptist tradition. We provide facilities, leadership and resources to help people experience the life transforming power that faith in Jesus Christ offers, in the context of our church community. Kentville Baptist Church is "committed to being and making disciples of Jesus Christ, united in a spiritually healthy, growing, covenant fellowship".

Members and friends of Kentville Baptist Church practically demonstrate God's love, mercy and concern for others by helping to support those in need through their generous contributions that fund our Emergency Food Assistance program, and our support of the Fundy Interchurch Council Foodbank (50 Belcher Street, Kentville, 902 679-3664), and the Christmas hamper program (each December). We also help others through our support of various local and global mission projects (such as our various international partnerships through the incredible work done around the world by Canadian Baptist Ministries, our support of The Canadian Foodgrains Bank, and others, our support the Kings County Family Resource Centre (which uses the Kentville Baptist Church building), and in terms of our own church programs and events, offering nearly everything completely free of charge (including DVBS, Sunday School, Adventure Club, Youth Groups, Kids for Christ, etc.).

Ministries 
Holistic Small Groups are small groups that are disciple-making communities in which individuals experience acceptance and mutual caring, and are helped to grow in Christlikeness through interaction with one another in conversation, prayer, and the study of God's Word (Acts 2:42-47; Romans 16:5; Hebrews 10:19-25; 1 Peter 3:8). Below are some of the small groups, and other ministries that take place at Kentville Baptist Church:

Believing and Belonging Class: Are you considering the next step on your spiritual journey? Are you exploring your own faith involvement? Are you seeking to know more about Jesus and His church? Our pastor extends an invitation to you to attend an upcoming "Believing and Belonging" class.

Mid-Week Bible Study: Wednesday evenings, 7:00 pm at the church (Sept. - June).

Adult Fellowship Group: Third Saturday of each month, 7:00 pm at the church (Sept. - June).

Ladies Auxilliary: Meets on fourth Monday of each month except July and August. We have a business meeting followed by an interesting program or speaker. Our major project is our annual Christmas Tea and Sale. We also cater to wedding and anniversary receptions, funeral receptions, and other special occasions. New members are always welcome.

Ladies Quilters: The Baptist quilters have been meeting for approximately 30 years, and contribute regularly to the finances of the church with all of the money earned from quilting. If you are a quilter and have a few free hours per week, we would love to have you join our group.

Ethel Fenerty Mission Group: Meets second Tuesday of each month at the church, 1:30 pm, to study and support overseas and home missions.

For more information about any activities that take place at the church, please contact the church office at (902) 678-3162

Friends in Bereavement: Is a support group for both men and women who have lost loved ones either through death or divorce and are at many different stages in their grieving. We are of all ages, from different communities and backgrounds, who come together for support as we work through our losses. We meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Church Parlour from 2-4 PM and light refreshments are provided. There are no fees charged although donations help us purchase supplies and acquire additional resources. There is a small lending library You are never asked to share more than you feel you can. Healing occurs as we learn and work together in an atmosphere of genuine understanding and caring. Remember it is never too early or too late to reach out for a caring friend.

Helping hands
CBM Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches
503 Main Street | Kentville, NS | B4N 1L4 | Tel (902) 678-3162 | Fax (902) 365-3175| Email