If you’re new to Gothenburg or just new to the First Baptist Church, here is some info you might want!
Dan Urman serves as pastor. He is married to Dawn and they have four children; Elijah, Isaiah, Nathanael, and Alissa.
Where We Are
1002 Avenue C
Gothenburg, NE 69138
- Worship @ 9:45 am
- Sunday School @ 11:00 am
We invite you to join our church family for worship each week as we seek to express our Love for God and our Love for People. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, with a mix of music styles and relevant teaching based on solid Biblical doctrine to help us grow in our faith. Children are welcome in our service, or a nursery is available for young children if you wish to use it.
Since worship is more than music and preaching, we hope you stay for another hour and join us for coffee and fellowship as we seek build bonds of love for one another and engage in age specific Bible teaching for all.
Check out our most recent sermons here!
- Present the Gospel
- Help people follow Christ
- Prioritize prayer and worship
- Meet needs by sharing God’s love
- Develop and expand community
To see people saved and equipped to serve Jesus Christ
First Baptist Church is part of the Baptist General Conference, also known under the missional name of Converge Worldwide. We are also part of the Heartland District, a regional group of churches within the broader scope of the BGC. View the Converge Worldwide and Converge Heartland sites here:
We are excited for another fun filled year of Sparks!
The goal of Awana is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him. At First Baptist Church we are honored to work with students from Kindergarten to Second grade.
The 2019-2020 year will start off on September 4th with a night for registration from 6:30-7:30. This is a great opportunity for parents to meet the leaders who will be teaching and training the clubbers in God’s word. Can’t make it then, that is ok, you can register any time.
We had a wonderful 2018-2019 year with two of our clubbers indicating they accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior! A big thank you to all the people who helped with Sparks this last year without them this ministry would not be possible.