Remembrance Seventh Day Baptist Church is located in West Fort Worth, Texas. The Church rents facilities of Westridge Nazarene Church located at 3644 Alemeda St. Fort Worth, 76136.
Services start at 10am on Sabbath with Sabbath School. Worship starts at 11 am. Nursery is provided for Children 0 through 3 years old. Our Nursery keeper is First Aid/CPR certified, Ministry Safe Certifified, and has 5 years experience working in a Church setting.
Remembrance SDB is a small Sabbath Keeping Church that draws members from as far as 100 miles away. Seventh Day Baptists are Baptists who remember to keep the seventh day Sabbath holy. We are a Baptist church that is a little different.
We are the only Sabbath-Keeping Baptist Church in North Texas. At the time of this posting, we have 15-30 in Worship Services and 5+ in Adult Church School. Our beliefs are Baptist, but one of our core beliefs is in the priesthood of the Believer. This means other than major doctrine, each believer may come to their own understanding of Scriptural Truths. Stop and listen to the last sentence. Major Doctrines, we may be inflexible, but minor issues, you will find a diversity of beliefs.
Because of the vast distances many members travel, we currently only have Sabbath Morning Services. It is our hope, that we may start mid week fellowships around the DFW Metroplex to reach out to others where you live.
Nina Creel (903) 447-4016 / email@example.com
Brian Amerson / firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Are
Seventh Day Baptists are Baptists who remember to keep the seventh day Sabbath holy. We are a Baptist church that is a little different.
From our first church in America, founded in Newport, Rhode Island, in 1671, until today, Seventh Day Baptists have been a Christ-centered, Bible believing people with traditional family values.
Salvation is by Grace Through Faith
Seventh Day Baptists believe that the Sabbath is important to God and to people. However, we also believe that we are not saved by observing the Sabbath. In fact, we are not saved by keeping any of the Ten Commandments. The Apostle Paul says, “no one will be declared righteous in his sight by observing the law” (Romans 3:20).
Seventh Day Baptists believe that we are saved because “God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son” (John 3:16). Jesus Christ came to earth to die and shed His blood so that people could be saved. Only those who surrender their lives to Jesus Christ will be saved.
No doctrine of scripture is clearer than the doctrine of salvation by grace through faith. Mankind can only be saved by God’s grace (love) in sending Jesus to die, followed by man’s response of faith (trust) in Jesus and what He did on the cross. This doctrine of salvation by grace through faith is concisely stated by the Apostle Paul In Ephesians 2:8 and 9.
For it is by God’s grace that you have been saved through faith. It is not the result of your own efforts, but God’s gift, so that no one can boast about it.
Love is the Reason to Observe the Sabbath
Though we are not saved by observing the Sabbath, we keep the Sabbath because we love the Lord. Jesus said, “If you love me, keep my commandments” (John 14:15). Love is the reason we keep the Sabbath holy and obey all of the Ten Commandments. We also keep the Sabbath holy because we believe Jesus when He tells us that “the Sabbath was made for man.” We believe that the Sabbath was given for man’s benefit. The Sabbath truly is a gift of time for our benefit.
With churches in North America and in over twenty countries, you may find a church home among our family-oriented people.
Seventh Day Baptists are a covenant people based on the concept of regenerate membership, believer’s baptism, congregational polity, and scriptural basis for belief and practice. Seventh Day Baptists have presented the Sabbath as a sign of obedience in a covenant relationship with God and not as a condition of salvation. They have not condemned those who do not accept the Sabbath but are curious at the apparent inconsistency of those who claim to accept the Bible as their source of faith and practice, yet have followed traditions of the church instead.