Welcome to the First Baptist Church in Beverly! We hope that this website can answer questions about who we are, how we worship and serve in the community, and how you can participate in the many activities in the life of the church! Please see our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.

Everyone is welcomed, regardless of past or current spiritual path. If you would like to speak with a minister or church staff, please feel free to reach out via phone or email found on our Contact page. You can also check out our Facebook page  or follow us on Twitter @FBCBeverly to learn more and find out the most current events happening at the church.

Members of the congregation also serve as Greeters on Sunday mornings, ready to answer your questions about our services and other ways to get involved.

We look forward to welcoming you here!


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Driving Directions from Route 128 North or South:

-Take Exit 22, Route 62 toward Beverly

-Follow Route 62 until Elliott Street ends at the T-intersection with Cabot Street

-Take a right onto Cabot Street

-Head towards downtown and FBC is on the left at 221 Cabot Street (the church with the tall white steeple)


Public Transportation:

MBTA Bus # 451
Bus Stop: Cabot St & Judson St

Commuter Rail: We are on the Rockport & Newburyport Line, a 1/2 mile stroll from the Beverly Depot Station.
From Beverly Depot Station, Head north (from the Depot, walk toward the park and U.S. Post Office) on Park St toward Railroad Ave or Broadway Ave. Take Railroad Ave or Broadway Ave. to Cabot Street. Turn left to walk to 221 Cabot St (it will be on your right)


Where do I park?

On weekdays, until 5, much of the lot directly behind the church (off of Hale St.) is reserved for church and Harborlight Nursery School staff; however, there are two Church Visitor spots. However, there is another parking lot located across from the back of the church on Hale St. and a larger municipal lot off of Cabot Street, located between Bow St. and Federal St. (behind the Fu Loon restaurant). Cabot St. also has free street parking on Sundays.