White Oak has a rich history of serving the community of Red Bank. Its history began in the 1924 with a revival service that ultimately led to the planting of the church. It wasn’t until 1932 that the full affects of the revival led to the plant of White Oak Baptist. From the very beginning the members of White Oak have desired to make a Kingdom impact on our city and county.
At White Oak Baptist Church, we're always excited to welcome people who are visiting for the first time. We hope you'll join us for a service, and we want to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Here's what you can expect when you come to White Oak for one of our services which meet at 10:45 a.m. on Sundays.
Our church is located at 310 Memorial Dr. in Red Bank., and parking is located on both sides of the building, as well as few spots at the front. If you have mobility restrictions, we have ramps to help you enter the building at the front or on the ball field side of the building. For those who have children and need direction to our nursery, please see one of the greeters as you come in. We have coffee and donuts in the fellowship hall for refreshments before worship. Please don't worry about what you'll wear to church, we have people who dress up, others who dress casually, and others in between.
When you walk in, our greeters will help you find what you need to make your worship experience comfortable and passionate. They'll help you find the nursery and Sunday school rooms if you have kids. Our greeters can also point you to the restrooms, sanctuary, and fellowship area. If you have any questions about the service itself, the greeters or staff member can provide helpful answers to those questions.
Once the service is over, our staff would love to meet you. You will find them up front near the stage or back in the fellowship hall near the welcome desk. They would love to meet you and answer any questions that you have about White Oak.