Welcome to First Baptist Lenoir City Student Ministry.  Most everything you want to know about us can be found in our social sites. Please join us on weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm live stream via the YouTube or Vimeo Channels.

Weekly Student Schedule

Sunday Morning:

Sunday School
MS + HS + College (9:00-10:00 am)

Sunday Evening:

 Life Groups
MS + HS + College (6:00-7:30 pm)
*Launching September 6th or 13th?*

Wednesday Evening:

 Ignite Student Worship
MS (6:00-7:30 pm) + HS (7:00-8:30 pm)
*Launching September 2nd*

 *College/Young Adults to serve as volunteer leaders on Wednesdays*

Middle School
Middle School
High School
High School
Contact Our Student Team

Mark Shaddix

Student Minister

Jeff Stamper

Middle School Director


There are many ways to get involved. Here are three of them:
1) Come to a worship service on Sunday morning.
2) Look into joining a Life Group, and get to know some great people.
3) Come to IGNITE, our Wednesday night student worship @6p.


We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! Here is a list of commonly asked questions. Please do not hesitate to send us a message or give us a call at (865) 986-9066

How do I get there?
First Baptist Church is located on Simpson Road East in Lenoir City, TN, approximately 1/4 of a mile off highway 321.

Where should I park?
You are welcome to park in any of the lots on campus. However, the most convenient lot for student events is located in the rearmost parking lot from which you will enter under the large drive-through brick overhang.

What should I wear?
You are welcomed to dress for comfort. We only ask that clothing have appropriate coverage and bear no foul language or obscene graphics or advertisements.

This ministry means more to me than I ever thought it would. Not because I've let it be but because God made it to be. He speaks through our music to bring unrelenting joy and everlasting peace.

Tony S. High School Student

Student Ministry means the world to me, it helps me understand my true relationship with God. I am able to feel relief when I'm at my church, and come to know everyone there as if they are my brothers or sisters.

Ryleigh B. Middle School Student