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First Baptist Church of Norfolk

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312 Kempsville Rd, Norfolk, VA 23502

(757) 461-3226

CLOSED NOW
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
214
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
First Baptist Church of Norfolk has been offering spiritual and emotional guidance and Christian teaching in Norfolk, Va. The church s vision is to become a strategic training center for the gospel of Jesus Christ by making disciples committed to God, family and church who care for people in and beyond their community. It has ministries for children, youth, young adults, worship, small groups and global impact. Its Vacation Bible School is a fun-filled intense week of learning about God's word, missions around the world and service to others. Its summer camp offers recreational activities, such as canoeing, ropes courses, volleyball, swimming and water blogging. Its worship choir ministers organize various worship concerts and special presentations. Its Saturday's at First ministry offers Bible study and worship in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.
Hours
Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Fax: (757) 461-6843

Categories
Baptist Churches, Churches & Places of Worship, Religious Organizations
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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letsgojets20067

08/28/2009

Overall
bunch of fake christians at the college and career group

yes the title says it all. i started attending this church in october 2006. went on sundays and in particular went to this wednesday night college and career worship and message group thing. now mind you i went for 5 months to this place so it wasn't just a one time occurence. i exchanged numbers with people "hey let me have your number. we'll give you a call and hang out and go to chili's and to football games" and all this other stuff. i even went on this trip to atlanta for the passion conference and people again swore they would hang out and call and fellowship with the new guy in town - me! they seemed so excited about getting to know a fellow believer and accept him into the group. the key word here is "seemed". the females i talked to to ask to just hang out, get some coffee, chat about christianity and all actually told me that their mothers would not let them hang out with a guy and they never had before.ok enough of the cheap shots here. the ONE time that i received text messages from these people (it was actually 2 people) to hang out was the DAY before i moved back to new jersey. why would i bother responding to these people? (now mind you most of the people in the group were not overly busy, quite a few didn't even work OR go to school). they had 5 WHOLE MONTHS to contact me and fellowship like true christians wouldso as i conclude here i want to end by saying YOU ALL ARE A BUNCH OF FAKERS. YOU PUT ON A GOOD FRONT BUT YOU ARE CONTRADICTORY! i'm glad i left that church