North Anderson Baptist Church is strategically located in this town to reach out to our community for the Lord Jesus Christ. As pastor, I want to be led of the Lord to be faithful to preach His uncompromising Word of love to those who are lost and to reach all people with the love of.. continue reading »»

Deaf Ministry

Deaf Ministry

Through our Deaf Ministry we have several opportunities for study and worship at North Anderson Baptist.  We have Deaf Bible Study at 6:45pm on Wednesdays and Deaf Sunday School at 9:15am on Sundays. Each of the studies is led by Deaf Minister Billy Sistrunk. Our Sunday morning worship services begin at 10:30am and are ASL interpreted… continue reading »»

New Testament

New Testament, 2014

Dear Friends, For the year 2014, North Anderson Baptist Church will read the New Testament together every day. We invite you to also join us and by using the reading plan found here, you can make it a New Year’s resolution to read through the New Testament with us. If you are interested you could.. continue reading »»


Tuesday Night Service


Just a reminder that our usual Wednesday Night Service will be held at 6:45pm on Tuesday this week.

The Roaring Lion


Bill Rigsby teaches us about our enemy, our spiritual condition, and our fellow believers.

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Bill’s notes and verses on YouVersion.

Heaven IS Real


Bill Rigsby’s message on Heaven as described in 1 Peter 1.

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Bill’s notes and verses on YouVersion.

Can You Lose Your Salvation?


Bill Rigsby examines the scriptures that some say shows that a believer can lose their salvation.

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Bill’s notes and verses on YouVersion.

From Your Pastor, November 2014


In days where we see very little in our world and nation to be thankful for it is just the time to go to God and give Him thanks for who He is, His sovereign hand in this world and His faithfulness to His children. We should also be thankful for all those things which He has provided for us as a church and our own family as well as personally. Our God has been good to us and has not failed to care for us in all situations.

Giving thanks is the theme of November. When our early settlers came onto the cold shores of New England they experienced hardships which we can’t imagine, yet when the winter was over and the harvest came, eventually, they gave thanks even though they had lost loved ones to death and life was still very hard for them.

You see our thanksgiving should not come only when we receive good things from the hand of God but in essence we are to thank God in every situation of life that comes our way no matter what we experience. (1 Thessalonians 5:18, “…give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”) Being a faithful God, He is aware of all our needs and is working in all things, good or bad, for our good. (Romans 8:28, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.”)

So beloved, give thanks to our Father in heaven who loves you in every situation you are going through and who is working in those experiences to make you more like Jesus and is giving you opportunities to trust Him even in the tough times of life.

With a thankful heart to God for our wonderful church family and your
faithfulness to Him, our Lord and Savior,

Sunday Service Times

9:15am Sunday School

10:30am Morning Worship Service

Wednesday Service Times

6:45pm Prayer Meeting