If this is your first time visiting Truth Baptist Church, we are thrilled that you’re here. We pray that God can use us in your life today! Here’s everything you need to know about your first visit.
Sunday • 9:15-10:15 am - Before the morning service, we have our Sunday School and Adult Bible Fellowship time. This is a time for us to meet in smaller groups and learn together about God and His word.
Sunday • 10:30 am-12 pm & 6-7 pm - We have a morning and an evening service every Sunday, where we come together as the body of Christ to worship the Lord. Our basis is the Bible, and both our music and our sermons always reflect that!
Wednesday • 7-8:30 pm - During this time Truth Teens meets at church for Bible-based teaching and fun learning and team building activities.
Weekly Life Groups - During the week we have various small groups that meet either in people’s homes or at church for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. These groups are an integral part of getting connected and thriving in our church! Visit our Life Groups page if you’d like to get plugged into a group meeting near you.
Right off Route 5, we are easy to find.
60 Burnham Street
South Windsor, CT 06074
From I-84 East
Take Exit 56 (Governor St). Go right on Governor Street to Main Street. Turn left (N) and go about 2 miles to Burnham Street. At traffic light (gas station across the intersection), turn left onto Burnham Street. The church is half a block down on the right.
From I-84 West
Take Exit 61 onto I-291. Take Exit 4 (first exit). Take the ramp to go right (S) on Route 5. Go to second light (gas station on your right), and turn right onto Burnham Street. The church is half a block down on the right.
Take Exit 35 (I-291: Bissell Bridge). Take Exit 4 (first exit after crossing Connecticut River). Turn right (S) on Route 5. Go to first light (gas station on your right), and turn right onto Burnham Street. The church is half a block down on the right.
What to wear
Come as you are! We have a mix of everything from more formal to casual. Most women wear skirts, slacks, or dresses, while men usually wear dress shirts and slacks - sometimes styled with a suit jacket and tie. Come in whatever is most comfortable for you as you worship together with God’s people.
Our church has two parking lots, and two entrances from Burnham Street. You are welcome to park on whichever side you prefer!
- From the left-hand parking lot, you will enter the building into our main lobby, just outside of the sanctuary, and close to the classrooms for children’s church and the nursery.
- The right-hand parking lot brings you into a smaller lobby, which gives access to our gym and many additional classrooms. An enclosed walkway leads directly to the sanctuary lobby.
When you first enter, our friendly greeters will welcome you. Just let them know it’s your first time here and they will be happy to help you to where you need to go. We have a welcome center in the sanctuary lobby, so please stop by there or talk with an usher to pick up our free gift to you as our guest!
What to expect
A typical service begins promptly at 10:30am with a time of worship in song. Through a mix of old and new music, we seek a dynamic time that focuses our hearts and minds on Christ.
We also seek to worship God through corporate prayer, coming boldly before the Lord as a congregation and preparing our hearts for God’s Word. Men in the church are regularly asked to pray or share a brief, encouraging message with those in attendance.
The church is meant to be a place of peace, encouragement, and restoration - so we don’t want you to have to worry about your kids while you are here! We offer a nursery and a program for younger children as ministries to encourage you, equip you, and lovingly invest in your little people.
Our nursery is at the end of the hall directly across from the sanctuary, and our children’s church program begins downstairs in the fellowship hall beneath the sanctuary.
If you would prefer to enjoy the service with your children, we welcome that! We are thrilled to have kids join their parents in the sanctuary, should you choose to keep your family together.