Location/Service Times

4702 Colebrook Ave
Emmaus, PA 18049

Adult Bible Discovery Groups & Graded Children’s Sunday School - 9:00 AM
Morning Service - 10:15 AM
Evening Service - 6:00 PM

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting/ Master Club for Children - 7:00 PM
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Baptist History

Baptists have a rich history, spanning from the time of Christ’s ministry on earth, when He started the first church, all the way through today, when God continues to preserve His churches. You can read or listen to sketches about these men and watch some videos about some local Baptist History by clicking the button below.
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Physical and Mailing Address
4702 Colebrook Ave
Emmaus, PA 18049

Phone numbers
(610) 965-4700 – Church Office
(610) 967-4005 – Book Heaven/Challenge Press
(610) 965-4790 – Emmaus Baptist Academy
(610) 965-4404 – Fax

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

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What We Believe


We are not Calvinists nor Arminian. We believe the Bible teaches that men can not save themselves but they can, under the convicting power of the Holy Spirit, repent of their sins, believe the Gospel, and call upon Jesus Christ to save them.

The Bible

The Bible (in the King James Version) is the final authority in all matters of faith and practice. It should be studied, memorized, and most of all, practiced. In this way the believer will have an abundant and fruitful Christian life.


We are not evolutionists. We believe God created the world in six literal days and rested the seventh, as recorded in the Genesis account.


We believe the saved will spend eternity in heaven; a place of everlasting joy, peace, and rest. The lost will spend eternity in hell; a place of everlasting fire, torment and hopelessness.

The Church

A church is a local body of Scripturally baptized believers who assemble together for the purpose of carrying out the great commission of Matthew 28:19-20. As a Baptist Church, we believe in salvation through the shed blood of Jesus Christ only. No good works, no rituals, no church membership, etc., will suffice. “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.” (Acts 16:31) After receiving Jesus Christ as Saviour, the believer should be baptized by immersion by a Scriptural New Testament Church.


We belong to no denominational group nor do we associate with the World Council of Churches, the National Council of Churches, the Charismatic movement or any other apostate group. We believe personal separation from worldliness is vital for a truly dedicated Christian walk.