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Our Contact Information

Phone: 812.591.3721

Email: secretary@westportbaptistchurch.org

Address: 202 East Main Street, Westport, Indiana 47283

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Business Meeting
Any new business needs to be submitted to Brad Armand or one of the deacons today.

Offering plates are located at the sanctuary entrances.  They will not be passed around.  Please continue to send your tithes and offerings to PO Box 310, Westport, IN 47283 if you are not attending in person.

If you would like a copy of any devotional materials mailed to you, please send an email to Lucy.  We also have children’s bulletins if you would like some.  Just let me know how many children you need a set for.

If you are the last to leave the church, please turn off all lights and lock all the doors! Thanks for your help in being good stewards of God’s house!

Contact Info

We have been working to update our church families’ contact information.  We would like to get everyone’s address, phone, email, etc. entered in our database as accurately as possible.  There will be a table in the foyer with the printouts of each household today.  Please stop by to check yours for any missing information.

Please contact Lucy McCullough with information for the bulletin by Wednesday at Lucymac5820@gmail.com.  Type “Bulletin” in the subject line.

To schedule an event in the Church Building or the Outreach Building contact Lucy McCullough at 812-591-3721 or Lucymac5820@gmail.com

All information for the church prayer list and the sign in the front lawn should be directed to: Mike Gasper—812-614-4497 or Mike@bassgasper.com

Rev. Dennis Bickers may be reached via phone at 812-599-5599 or email: dbickers@roadrunner.com.

The church mission is to provide regular opportunities for public worship, sustain the ordinances, doctrines and ethics set forth in the New Testament, maintain a meaningful relationship with God and fellow believers and minister unselfishly to people in the community and world in Jesus’ name.

1 John 3:17-18, NIV If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.