In the spirit of Christmas, we will have our lighted Nativity Scene on display for our community.  This scene debuted here in 2008 following the generous donation of the life-size and life-like figures handmade by Julian and Indie Parks. You are encouraged to view the scene and meditate on the message and meaning of Christmas. We encourage you to invite others to view it as a remember the first Christmas when our Savior was born.

The Adult Choir will be presenting SILENT NIGHT! HOLY NIGHT! on Sunday,  December 18 at 5:30 P.M. You will hear some new songs along with some of the traditional Christmas carols. The children will be joining us during the Cantata to sing the most beloved and cherished carol of all time - Silent Night. We hope you are able to join us on this special night!

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!

The John 3:16 Center will again be doing a Toy Drive for children at Christmas as well as offering an opportunity to sponsor a child for $100. Each sponsored child will receive: A complete outfit (including socks, shoes, and underwear), 4 toys (including a puzzle or game), a book, hygiene products, a snack pack, meeting with Santa, hot meal and a Bible.


Another option is to support our youth in their project. For many years, our youth have collected money and toy shopped for our church members. If you’d like to contribute to the “shopping spree,” they will be collecting after the worship service at the door on November 20th, 27th and December 4th. Your support of these projects will be greatly appreciated by our youth, the center and the children who receive your gifts. We’ll be shopping on December 4th and we thank you in advance for your support.


The John 3:16 Center is in need of volunteers to assist parents who are part of the J316 Christmas Outreach Program to help choose presents for their children.  They will need help setting up the “Christmas Shoppe” in transporting items from the Center to Littleton United Methodist Church (LUMC) on December 7th.  While shopping, parents will also need assistance in wrapping presents for their children at LUMC on December 8th & 9th, and then December 12th-15th from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.  Volunteers will need to sign up for at least a one-to-two-hour period on one or more of these days. Volunteers are also needed to assist with our Christmas Party on Saturday, December 17th with parking, serving food, assisting Santa, and mingling with the families.  For more information or to sign up to help call the Center at (252) 586-1800 or see Sara Little. 


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They Live In You

Hebrews 12:1-2

All Saints Sunday


Rev. Andy Hale - Guest Preacher



The Kingdom Has Come

Mark 1:14-15

Christ the King Sunday


Lessons From the Stable - A Purpose

Isaiah 53:1-9

First Sunday of Advent