Who We Are
FIRST BAPTIST WYLIE EXISTS TO SPREAD GOD’S FAME BY MAKING DISCIPLES OF ALL PEOPLE.
And that’s the reason behind everything we do. We want to love our Father, serve others, and impact the world.
We care about you.
FBW is a place where you can connect with people with whom you can relate. We weren’t designed to go through life alone, and we believe this is a place where you’ll find lasting relationships—relationships that encourage you, challenge you, and bring you joy.
One of the best ways to get connected is to join a Growth Group. We have groups for every age and stage in life. While we prepare every week to provide an amazing worship experience and message each weekend, we say often that “if you can only come for one hour on the weekend, come grow in a group.”
We love kids and students.
Maybe as a kid you didn’t go to church. Or maybe you did but you didn’t enjoy it.
During each weekend service, we have services just for kids and students! In Lil’ Kids Life (birth-Kindergarten) and Kids Life (grades 1-4), kids learn about God in a way they can understand, with fun music and dynamic teaching designed just for them.
Students get together at Fifty 6 (grades 5-6) and Collide (grades 7-12) to hear awesome music and messages that apply to their lives, while building solid, encouraging relationships with their friends and leaders.
We want to help people move from hurting to healthy.
It can be difficult to navigate where to go and who to turn to when you’re struggling and you need help. But you don’t have to walk through a tough season on your own. Whether you’re battling an addiction, facing divorce, or need some one-on-one support, we’re here for you.
We believe in serving our community.
Do you see your home, workplace, neighborhood, and city as a place to live out the mission of the Church? Many of us will find the broken-hearted, the disconnected, and the underserved right in our backyards. That’s why we created Hope for the Cities and we partner with several community organizations to reach the hurting and broken in our communities.