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We're thrilled to extend a warm welcome to you as you visit our website.


Whether you're a longtime member, a curious seeker, or someone just passing through, we're excited to have you join us in exploring all that Wyldewood has to offer.


At Wyldewood, we're not just a church; we're a family—a diverse community of believers united by our love for God and each other. Here, you'll find a place to belong, grow, and serve alongside fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.


As Pastor, I am honored to lead this congregation on our journey of faith. Our mission is simple yet profound: to passionately pursue God, to love one another deeply, and to impact our world with the transforming power of the Gospel.


On our website, you'll discover a wealth of resources to help you connect, engage, and grow in your walk with God. From uplifting messages and inspiring worship services to vibrant ministries and meaningful outreach opportunities, there's something here for everyone.


So take a look around, get to know us better, and consider joining us for one of our worship services or events. We believe that God has something incredible in store for you here at Wyldewood Baptist Church.


In the words of Psalm 133:1, "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!" Here at Wyldewood, we cherish our unity as a family in Christ and invite you to experience the warmth of our fellowship.


Once again, welcome to our online home. We're delighted to journey with you as together, we seek to glorify God and make a difference in our community and beyond.


In Christ,

Pastor Jacob Cox

Wyldewood Baptist Church

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In John 14:6 Jesus Christ said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” Contrary to false Christian religious systems and the pagan religions of this world, the Bible teaches the way to Heaven, the truth of salvation, and the eternal life which God desires for lost man to enjoy is found exclusively in the person of Jesus Christ and the salvation He offers by grace through faith alone in the finished work of the cross. If you are interested to find out more about the gift of eternal life, purchased by the precious blood of God’s only Son, we are happy to help! 



John 13:35 says “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” At Wyldewood we understand the fellowship of the believer is vital in our testimony to the lost and our ability to grow in the grace and unity of the life and doctrine of Jesus Christ. We consider it a divine directive to structure every ministry of our church as an organic appendage of discipleship and fellowship. 



In our present ecclesiastical culture everyone is talking about making disciples. Sadly, it seems, very few are doing it. Wyldewood is dedicated to the proposition of making disciples of all men so that the Great Commission can be fulfilled in all nations. Biblical discipleship is more than mere mentoring or ascent to a doctrinal statement, a program, or a commitment to attend services. It is, rather, that process by which believers become passionate followers of Jesus Christ, prepared to give an account at the Judgment Seat as wise stewards of time, the Word of God, their bodies, and the local church. Though a vital part of our path of equipping is Discipleship, at Wyldewood, every ministry, function, and message is part of the process of discipleship.



The essence of authentic, local New Testament church ministry is training. Paul tells us in Ephesians 4 that the offices of the local church were given “for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ.” By being grounded in doctrine, and furnished unto every good work, Wyldewood aims to be a community of faith, fitly joined together and able to commit such things “… to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” 



The logical conclusion of the New Testament, the local church, discipleship, and even salvation is missions. Jesus said “… Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19). One of the easiest ways to demonstrate that someone is following Jesus is through their consistent endeavor to evangelize. By extension, one of the simplest measures of success for a local assembly is its dedication to reproducing churches. Wyldewood is not content with being missions minded; we are missions active, and by God’s grace, desire to be missions consumed. We believe God has given our church this unique signification as its hallmark.

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