central baptist church

central baptist churchATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Open houses, showcasing homes for sale, are a Sunday tradition in the Bayshore area. And at 10:00 AM every Sunday, at the corner of Third & East Highland Avenue, there’s a different kind of open house that welcomes and encourages all who enter.

     Services at Central Baptist Church are open to all and we look forward to welcoming you on Sunday morning. Whether you are returning to church or have never been to church, you will be warmly received at Central Baptist.

     The Sunday service is blend of traditional and contemporary elements. The messages are practical and applicable to every person’s life.


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     Starting July 6th, Central Baptist Church will begin its Sunday service at 10 AM. Immediately following the service, coffee and light refreshments will be served. From 11:30 AM-12:15 PM, Sunday School classes and study groups are offered for all ages. Children’s classes follow a structured curriculum and the teen and adult classes are determined by need and interest.

     Children who are unable to sit through the 10 AM service may utilize the nursery (for children under the age of 5) or Junior Church program (children ages 5 -10). The nursery is also available for children under the age of 5 during Sunday School. The nursery staff is CPR and First Aid certified.

     Central Baptist Church is located at 28 East Highland Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716. For additional information, please contact Central Baptist Church by calling 732-291-8111, sending an email to [email protected], or visiting our website – www.centralbaptistchurchah.org. We look forward to welcoming you at Central Baptist!


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