Taylor Baptist Association


Taylor Baptist Association is an association of 18 Southern Baptist Churches in Taylor County, Florida.
Our purpose is to equip and assist our member churches to accomplish their ministries.

Associational Missions Strategist - Dr. Henry Cannington Jr.

Administrative Assistant - Hannah Carter

Office Hours - Monday to Thursday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Taylor Baptist Association holds to the beliefs set forth by the Baptist Faith & Message 2000. On June 14th, 2000, the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a revised summary of our faith.

To view the Baptist Faith & Message 2000, click here to see it on the Southern Baptist Convention's web page.



  • May Newsletter
    The May Newsletter is available for download. Click here to receive it.
  • Athena Baptist Church RevivalMay 15th - 18th
    Athena Baptist Church will be having their revival services for May 15-18th with guest speaker Bro. Ken Cloud from Bainbridge GA. Service times: Sunday - 11 AM and 6 PM; Monday through Wednesday: 6:30 PM with dinner being served at 5:30 for all.
  • San Pedro Baptist Church RevivalMay 19th - 21th
    San Pedro Baptist Church will be having Revival services starting at 6:30 p.m. May 19th and May 20th. May 21st they will be serving a meal at 5:00 p.m. with services to follow at 6:00 p.m. The message will be brought by Dr. Henry Cannington with worship lead by Andrew Heisler from First Baptist.
  • Disaster Relief TrainingMay 21st
    Disaster Relief Training, Immanuel Baptist Church, 2351 Mahan Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32308
    9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Executive BoardMay 23rd
    9:00 AM
  • Memorial DayMay 30th
    Office Closed
  • Disaster Relief TrainingJune 4th
    Disaster relief training will be held at FBC Chipley (1300 South Blvd, Chipley FL 32428) on June 4th from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. There is no pre-registration for this event. On-site registration will begin at 8:30 am.
  • SBCJune 14th - 15th
    Southern Baptist Convention in Anaheim, CA
  • Father's DayJune 19th
  • Independence DayJuly 4th
    Office Closed
  • Administrative CommitteeJuly 11th
    9:00 AM
  • Executive BoardJuly 25th
    9:00 AM
  • A Note from our Associational Mission Strategist
           Have you ever thought that trying to reach people with the gospel is somewhat like fishing? Well, the idea is not exactly novel. "Follow Me," Jesus said, "and I will make you become fishers of men" (Mark 1:17 NKJ). I like the way Adrian Rogers applied this verse when he said, "Be fishers of men...you catch 'em, He'll clean 'em."
           Anyone who is serious about fishing will tell you not to expect to catch great numbers of fish if you only go fishing once or twice a year. My neighbors at the beach who are serious about catching fish tell me that I need to go fishing as often as possible and learn all about the fish if I want to catch a lot of fish. The key word that came to my mind as these true fishermen were telling me how to catch fish was commit-ment.
           Our churches in the TBA have a real desire for outreach because we know our main responsibility is the Great Commission. I thoroughly believe each of our churches want to see their churches grow by reaching lost people with the gospel and disciplining them. My heart is overjoyed by seeing over 100 new believers saved and baptized through the outreach efforts of our churches this year.
           Through your example of love for the Lord and for the spiritually lost, you are set for developing an ongoing heart for reaching out with the gospel message on a consistent basis. But to be a growing church or a successful fisherman, we must go back to that word commit-ment!
           So you want to catch fish, lots of fish. What now? Hit the gulf? Wrong. First, you must "get ready" for effective fishing. My friends told me I need the right equipment, bait, skill, and knowledge of the fish if I want to catch lots of fish.
           As Barry, a first-class fisherman, explained the secrets to being a successful fisherman, I quickly decided I would be content just going to Roy's or Deal's to catch my fish because it would be cheaper and less time consuming. I guess I was unwilling to make the commit-ment to catch lots of fish.
           We all want our churches to grow and to be pleasing to the One who gave Himself for us! Because we love our Lord and the lost Jesus died to save (1 Timothy 2:6), we must make the commit-ment to the Great Commission. Commit-ment is why we have so many summer activities. Our association of churches plan to work together in reaching our world through our many summer camps, vacation Bible schools, revival services, mission trips, and children/youth ministries...and of course, our Disaster Relief ministries!
                 Keep Fishing for Men!

  • Semi-Annual Meeting
    Thank you to San Pedro Baptist Church for hosting the 57th Semi-Annual. There were over 50 people in attendance with 14 churches in our association represented.

  • Drummer Needed
    Midway Baptist Church is in need of a drummer for their praise band. If you or anyone you know would be interested please contact Midway: 850-584-8173

  • Spot Light on Missions:
    Midway Baptist's Not by Bread Alone ministry distributes a variety of home & personal hygiene products for needy families in our community on the last Monday of every month at 6:00 p.m. except for when Holidays fall on that Monday and it will be the Monday before. Their next distribution date will be May 23, 2022.
  • VBS
    It is that time of the year, VBS is around the corner.
    If your church has your dates ready, let us know so we can post the dates and times for others to see.
    Calvary: June 5th-9th
    Lakeside: June 5th - 11th
    Athena: June 5th - 10th
  • Florida Baptist Convention News
    To get the news from the Florida Baptist Convention, click here.


P.O. Box 602
Perry, Fl 32348
Phone: 850-584-8025
Email: taylorbaptist@fairpoint.net