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Foster Road Baptist is active in our community. Check out what service opportunities we organize.


The best way to connect and grow within the body of Christ is to develop relationships with other church members. The best way to do that is to join one of our small groups.




Nursery is provided for children birth through age three during Sunday Worship Services (9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 5:00 p.m.) The nursery is open during most church sponsored activities.


There is a Sunday School class for everyone. Sunday School starts at 9:30 a.m. The Nursery/Pre K Department meet in the building next to the Sanctuary. K-12th Grade meet in the classrooms in the back Sunday School Building. Please join us as we learn from the Bible Stories we study each week to find out how they apply to our lives even today. Our prayer is to give the children a safe and nurturing environment with an opportunity to learn to follow Christ Jesus.


This is a Ladies Sunday School Class. We meet together each week to study God’s Word and participate in various mission projects and church ministries.


In addition to our Young Adult class we also have two other adult classes. The Ladies Class consists of ladies of different ages that study God’s Word together each week, support local and foreign missionaries, participate in various mission projects throughout the year and strive to develop and encourage the body of Christ in their daily walk with God. Our Men’s Class consists of men of various ages that study God’s Word each week together and strive to grow and minister to each other and to the FRBC congregation as a whole.





The children’s ministry at FRBC seeks to honor God by providing a balanced program of spiritual education for children from birth through teenage years. Our mission is to support parents’ spiritual training of their children by providing opportunities for each child to:

  • Gain the necessary foundation to know Christ as a personal Savior.
  • Grow in their knowledge of God, Jesus Christ, the Bible, and the church.
  • Identify practical ways they can go into their “world” serving others and sharing the love of Jesus.
Our ministry includes weekly Sunday School, Kidz Korner, Bible Drill, regularly-scheduled children’s activities, mission-involvement activities, and Vacation Bible School each summer.


On the second Saturday of each month we head out on foot to visit in our neighborhood and our church members, who may be in Nursing Homes or home bound, with information about our church and church activities while sharing the love of Jesus along the way.


On the first Sunday of each month Foster Road Baptist Church goes to the Northridge Community Center on Baker Boulevard in Baker to minister to the people that live there. Bro. Mike Morris presents a Gospel Message each month along with the singing of hymns and refreshments and fellowship with the residents. The residents at Northridge hold a special place in our hearts and bless us time and again as we visit with them each month. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please join us. Email or call us at 775-0884 for details.


Mary’s House of Bread is a 501(c) (3) faith-based pantry and storefront. FRBC is a monthly supporter of Mary’s House of Bread. Mary’s House services 8 zip codes with food. The majority of food comes from the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. Mary’s House also maintains a “burn out” room which provides families with bedding, kitchen items, etc. These families have lost items due to fire, flood or other disaster. Chapel service is every Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Pantry hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. till 12:30 p.m. The storefront is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. 11558 Plank Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70811


The JOY Club was founded on October 11, 1983. It was organized to be a “fun club.” Some of the goals of the club are:

  • to establish a telephone program to keep in touch with each other – to report illnesses and prayer requests especially for the homebound.
  • to reach out to other people in need.
  • to have fun, recreation, trips, luncheons and Christian fellowship.
The JOY Club meets the first Monday of each month in the Fellowship Hall at FRBC. If you are interested in more information about the JOY Club, contact the office at 225-775-0884.