Service Every Sun 10:45 am & Wed 7:00 pm

Welcome To Antioch!

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Feeling a little frazzled with all the hustle and bustle of life? Have you tried the “mega church” and felt overwhelmed? Come to Antioch Community Baptist Church, we are nestled in the country. One of our regular attendees said “Coming out to Antioch, sitting and looking out the window helps me to take a breath, relax and focus on God.” Come and get refreshed. Antioch is surrounded by 300+ acres of beautiful, country scenery. We desire to help you grow in your walk with the Lord. We want to help you
connect, grow, serve and go!

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Here at Antioch you are welcome to come as you are! We hear from many people about what to wear, do we have to dress up or can we wear jeans, the answer is whatever makes you comfortable. Don’t worry about the clothes you wear; we are casual and EVERYONE is welcome at Antioch.

Who attends Antioch?

At our church you can expect to find the young and young at heart! We have all ages of children and youth. We have married couples, interracial couples, single, divorced, remarried, widowed, married with kids, single parents and all are welcome and loved on the first visit. Some of our members live very close by and others come from Olathe, Wellsville, Paola, Gardner, Spring Hill, Edgerton and Louisburg. Antioch Community Baptist Church is a very loving church and we would like to invite you to come and visit one of our services on Sunday at 10:45am and/or Wednesday at 7pm.


You can expect to hear the Word of God preached and taught. At Antioch we use the BIBLE. We believe that the bible, God’s Holy Word, is our cornerstone. We use our bibles during every service and are happy to provide one for you if you don’t have one or if you forget yours. Our music at Antioch is mostly traditional with a blend of contemporary praise songs. We have a choir who performs a variety of music, specials and cantatas, throughout the year. God’s word is the very foundation of everything we do at Antioch, and making Disciples as Jesus commanded in Matthew 28:19, 20. Learn More… or Listen to a sermon.