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Welcome to the Peninsula Baptist Association

A network of Baptist churches in Southeastern Virginia

Who We Are

We are a network of churches, equipping churches for Kingdom ministry in southeastern Virginia. Our churches are located in Hampton, Poquoson, Gloucester, Newport News, Williamsburg and the surrounding areas. Are you looking for a church? Click here for listings and contact information about our churches. Our churches range from traditional to blended to contemporary in worship style.


What We Do

The Association is dedicated to equipping our churches for Kingdom ministry. We offer many opportunities for training, networking, mentoring and leadership coaching. Church planting and church revitalization are among our passions. Feel free to browse our site for information on upcoming training events, pastor networks and other resources we provide to churches.


How We Can Serve You

So if you are looking for a church home on the Virginia Peninsula, you have come to the right place! We have large churches, small churches, language and ethnic churches. Our churches meet in hundred year old buildings and brand new public schools. Whether you prefer formal or casual styles, you will find what you are looking for in the PBA! If you can’t find it, contact us and we will help.

Upcoming Events

Aug
21
Tue
Prayer Gathering for Pastors and Leaders
Aug 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

-The third Tuesday each month, 12 noon to 1 PM, different location each month.  This is a new non-denominational effort to bring pastors together for a focused hour of prayer followed by an optional bag lunch once a month. contact Fred Michaux, pastor of City Life Church at fred@citylifeva.com or (757) 897-8990 for more information.

Sep
12
Wed
Pastors Dialogue on Race Violence and Poverty
Sep 12 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The second Wednesday each month, 11:30 AM to 1 PM, different location each month. An opportunity for pastors to meet across racial lines in honest dialogue. We gather for lunch and conversation related to these big challenges in our communities.  Though we focus on inviting pastors, these gatherings are open to everyone.  we typically have leaders and representatives from NN Police department in attendance.  Contact Melanie at melanie@peninsulabaptist.org to be put on the mailing list.

Sep
18
Tue
Prayer Gathering for Pastors and Leaders
Sep 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

-The third Tuesday each month, 12 noon to 1 PM, different location each month.  This is a new non-denominational effort to bring pastors together for a focused hour of prayer followed by an optional bag lunch once a month. contact Fred Michaux, pastor of City Life Church at fred@citylifeva.com or (757) 897-8990 for more information.

Oct
10
Wed
Pastors Dialogue on Race Violence and Poverty
Oct 10 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The second Wednesday each month, 11:30 AM to 1 PM, different location each month. An opportunity for pastors to meet across racial lines in honest dialogue. We gather for lunch and conversation related to these big challenges in our communities.  Though we focus on inviting pastors, these gatherings are open to everyone.  we typically have leaders and representatives from NN Police department in attendance.  Contact Melanie at melanie@peninsulabaptist.org to be put on the mailing list.

Oct
16
Tue
Prayer Gathering for Pastors and Leaders
Oct 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

-The third Tuesday each month, 12 noon to 1 PM, different location each month.  This is a new non-denominational effort to bring pastors together for a focused hour of prayer followed by an optional bag lunch once a month. contact Fred Michaux, pastor of City Life Church at fred@citylifeva.com or (757) 897-8990 for more information.

RECENT NEWS

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Exodus 3, Part 1 – Meeting God

First impressions are important. Whether or not we’re purposely trying to impress the people we meet, we know that a first encounter can set the tone for a relationship. When people are an important part of our lives, we usually remember the first time we met them – what they said, what they didn’t say, how they made us feel. This means, of course, that when we are going to meet people for the first time, we do what we can to make the right impression. Exodus 3–4 is about a first meeting, not just between God and Moses, but between God and Israel, since Moses becomes the go-between for God and the Israelites. As we look at this chapter, we should think about how this first meeting affects the ongoing relationship between God and God’s people – not just the Israelites, but us, the people of God today.