I'm so glad you have chosen to visit our website pages today. I hope you will find the information informative and inviting. That's a big part of our ministry philosophy: to support and educate each other in our pilgrimage of faith and to continually encourage others not yet on the journey to be a part of what God is doing in our lives and our world.

If you are new to the area, or just considering a church where you can belong and be loved, we hope you'll click on to discover more of who we are as a people of faith. Here you'll find newsletters, photos, sermons, schedules, staff, and more. 

Still have questions, don't hesitate to contact us. Of course we sincerely hope you'll come by to join us as we study, worship, serve and fellowship together. The Lord has blessed our church in her 140 year history and we hope you'll consider participating with us as we engage in the mission of Christ's church in His world.  

We've designed these pages with you in mind and we truly hope you'll begin to discover who we are, what we are doing, and why we do what we do! 

I hope your time with us on the website is meaningful and Littleton Baptist Church looks forward to having an opportunity to meet you face to face very soon!

Appalachian Coalfields Christmas Outreach 2020 is a project run by NC Baptists on Mission. Their goal is to collect 18,000 backpacks of items to be distributed to Appalachain children in areas of need. We at Littleton Baptist would like to participate in this ministry this year.

You can help by purchasing a NEW school backpack that you will fill with the following items. Right now is a good time to buy backpacks.

You will need to decide and label the backpack with gender, bou or girl, and age of the child Choose from ages 4-7, 8-10, 11-14 or 15-17. A piece of paper or tape is sufficient.

A) Small NEW items of warm clothing such as winter hats, gloes, socks, scarves, etc.

B) Small pop-top canned food such as ravioli, tuna, beef stew, vegetables, fruit (3-4 cans)

C) At least 1-2 NEW, age appropriate non-breakable toy (no toy weapons, please!) This can include small cars, balls, dolls, small stuffed animals, yo-yos, jump rope, sidewalk chalk, card games, Legos, etc. For oldest age group (15-17) substitute an appropriate item instead a toy, such as, a flashlight, small thermos, light blanket, books, hunting and fishing magazines for the boys - jewelry, books, skin care products, hair accessories, etc. for girls.

D) Hygiene items including full sized containers of toothpaste, body wash, shampoo, and deodorant, as well as a toothbrush, soap, washcloth, brush or comb. (Please fit these items into a one gallon Ziploc bag so they do not leak into the rest of the backpack)

E) Fresh, wrapped candy (no chocolate please, as it may melt; and no peanut products)

F) A children's Bible or youth Bible

These must be collected for delivery no later than November 1, 2020. Please contact Melinda Harris or Betty Anne Shearin for more information.

It has been wonderful being able to meet together on Sunday for Sunday School and Morning Worship. W

 We are continuing to take many precautions when we get together and ease back into normalcy as we feel it is safe. We understand that some of these things might be inconvenient.  Our prayer is that these precautions will keep our church body as safe as possible.  Please consider each one of these as we prepare for indoor church services.  With our church needing more cleaning, if you are able to find any hand sanitizer or disinfectant wipes and would like to donate them to the church, it would be greatly appreciated.

 The following are precautions our church will be making:


  1. The sanctuary and fellowship hall will be disinfected before each service.


  1. We will have masks available for all people and encourage them to be used.


  1. Hand sanitizer will be available in many locations throughout the church.


  1. Sunday School will be in the fellowship hall with chairs spaced at a safe distance.


  1. There will be no nursery for the time being.


  1. There will be no bulletins.


  1. Deacons will be seating people in the sanctuary at a safe distance.


  1. Offering plates will be located near the doors so people can give their tithe as they enter or exit the church.


  1. Congregational singing will be suspended for a while. The choir will also not be singing. The choir special

           will be an instrumental by Laura or a soloist.


  1. We will not have our normal greeting time.


  1. Children will remain with their family during the children’s message.


  1. A “prepackaged communion box” will be available for people to pick up as they enter the sanctuary on

          Communion Sunday.


  1. At the close of worship we will dismiss people by rows and encourage people to visit each other outside.

          The doors will be open so no one will have to touch handles.


  1. If you are sick or are uncomfortable attending, please do not feel bad. We will continue Facebook Live and

           mailing out CDs of our worship services.



Since the choir will be taking a break due to COVID we will be holding Prayer & Bible Study each Wednesday at 7:00 P.M. instead of 7:30 P.M.

Join us for our 11:00 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship Services

Also Broadcasting on Facebook Live 



Now What?

Philippians 4:8-9



Where You Go

Ruth 1:15-19a


Guest Preacher

Dr. Larry Hovis

Executive Director fo CBFNC


Serve With Joy

Hebrews 13:17