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Welcome to Windsor Bible Baptist Church!
Come join us for a whole new and exciting year of AWANA...under the leadership of our commanders, Zach & Tiffany Abbott
Windsor Bible Baptist Church Family
On the first Sunday following Labor Day in September 1966 a group of eleven men from the area Baptist and Bible Churches met at the Robert Klock residence to consider starting a church in the Windsor area. At this meeting nine of the men Robert Klock, Milt Button (West Windsor Baptist Church), Clifton Colwell (Locust Hill Bible Church), Paul Colwell, Arlyn Colwell, Bill Lake (West Colesville Baptist Church), Dick Peterson, Floyd Colwell (Harpursville Baptist Church) and Edward Benson (Susquehanna Baptist Church) made a commitment to become part of this church. It was decided that the church would start by holding Thursday night Prayer Meetings so as to not interfer with the prayer meetings of the local churches where each family would attend.
Over the next few months the organizing work was started. A Constitution and statement of the Faith was adopted, permission was granted to use the Windsor Town Hall for Prayer Meetings and then a little later to hold regular church services. The incorporation papers were drawn up and filed and the property of the Old Dairymen's League Plant was purchased to remodel into a church building.
On New Year's Eve, December 31, 1967, one year after starting to hold regular church services the church was moved to its' new building even though only partly remodeled. The church held all of it's services in the remodeled building from that time until now.
The goal of the church was and is to reach Windsor and the regions beyond with the Gospel of Christ. From it's beginning the church started supporting missionaries to take the gospel around the world. Vacation Bible School, Release Time Classes, young peoples choir, and AWANA Clubs were avenues the church used to help the young people of the church grow in their spiritual lives as well as reaching out to the community with the gospel of Christ.
In 1972 the church built a new parsonage to house its Pastor. Then is seeing the need for more room to enhance the work of the ministry, completed a new gym building in 1980. The gym is used even today as a way to bring the community into the church, as many local organizations use the facility.
Bread of Life (Food Pantry)
WBBC has opened a food pantry to help our church family and community in time of need. We are taking donations of non-perishable food, toiletries and paper products.
Caring Hands Ministry
PHONE CALLS---Mike Putney 607-655-1612