What to Expect

We're so glad you are considering Elk Ridge Baptist Church as your place of worship this Sunday. Together we seek to worship and glorify God, pursue the lost, proclaim the gospel and produce mature followers of Jesus Christ for his glory. We hope these descriptions of a few things will help make your visit more enjoyable.

Casual clothes are the norm, ranging from jeans to sport coats for men and from jeans to dresses for women.

Guests are greeted as they arrive. They receive a copy of the Bugle, providing a summary of church news and activities, and they are invited to complete a Connection Card which they may drop into the offering basket when it is passed or return to our pastor.

Hot coffee and breakfast snacks, such as doughnuts and kolaches, are served as we visit until the start of the service.

Our worship music includes a blend of traditional and praise songs led by an ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists, including the keyboard and guitar.

An offering basket is passed each week as we worship the Lord through giving. Our church gives freely to dozens of pastors and missionaries around the world and also to key ministries in our community.

Childcare is provided during the full worship service for those through age three. Older children initially remain with their parents during the worship service, but those from age four through 6th grade are dismissed before the sermon to Children’s Church.

You can find out more about our Children's Ministry here >>

Our pastor prefers to teach through a book of the Bible from start to finish, sharing practical Faith Lessons from each passage, but he also enjoys studies on important Bible topics and principles for living.

Bible translations vary among the congregation, but our pastor generally uses the New King James Version. Bibles are available in the sanctuary for those in need of one.

Communion, also called the Lord’s Supper or the Lord’s Table, is typically celebrated bi-monthly, and all believers are welcomed to participate in the memorial of Jesus’ death through partaking of a cracker representing his body and a cup of juice representing his blood.

A monthly lunch is planned regularly following the worship service, and guests are invited to join the congregation for food and fellowship.

Need more information?

Contact us here or call Daniel McCabe, Pastor at 254-485-4441.


  • Sunday 10 am : Worship & Children's Church (English & Español)
  • Wednesday 6 pm : Awana Clubs, Youth & Adult Bible Study

634 East Rd, Stephenville, TX