The Tyler Primitive Baptist Church welcomes you to worship God with us. We trust you will find a warm and loving group of God's children attempting to "worship Him in truth and in spirit", (John 4:23-24). We rejoice in the glorious truth of Salvation by Grace. We are comforted in the fact that our eternal salvation is in the hands of God, through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. According to Matthew 1:21, He came to save His people from their sins, and we believe that he accomplished that end.
A great number of God's children today are heavy laden with the doctrines, devices and schemes of men that keep them extremely busy with religious activities but affords them very little spiritual or physical rest. Over the years these schemes, programs, activities, and social functions of most modern day churches have just not filled the spiritual needs of many Christians. If you are seeking a church that is not man centered, but one that glorifies God, comforts your heart and feeds your weary soul, then we hope you will find it with The Primitive Baptist, who still "Stand in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls" (Jer. 6:16).
Primitive Baptist ancestors have been called by various names over the ages. The name Primitive Baptist became popular in the early 1800s when the term primitive conveyed the idea of originality rather than backwardness. Accordingly, Primitive Baptists claim to maintain the doctrines and practices of the original Baptists, who are claimed to be the New Testament church... Read More >
Primitive Baptists view scriptures as the divinely inspired word of God and as the sole rule of faith and practice for the church. It is also believed that the scriptures have been divinely preserved over the ages, and that the 1611 King James version is the superior English translation of the scriptures... Read More >
We include this question because it is likely the one question which is asked most frequently of Primitive Baptists. Unfortunately, the extreme diversity of modern Baptists makes the question almost impossible to answer without... Read More >
The scriptures offer two alternate titles for preachers. These are bishop and elder (I Tim 3:1-7, Tit 1:5-9, I Pet 5:1). The importance of using these scripturally authorized titles is emphasized by Jesus' condemnation of the Pharisees for... Read More >