First of all, we would like to thank you for visiting our church website.

We hope that you find what you were searching for. Community Baptist Church has a rich history spanning over 56 years of ministry in      Victoria, Texas. As a body of Christian believers, our focus is on learning, living, and sharing the Word of God through the grace and                power of God. We appreciate your time, and invite you to come and visit us in person during our church services.

Please Note.......

WE ARE MEETING AGAIN FOR WORSHIP SERVICE ON SUNDAYS ONLY AT 10:45AM!


We invite you to join us as we come together again for worship.

We will not be having Sunday School or Children's services, so everyone will be in the sanctuary together. We will be practicing social distancing, and everyone is welcome to wear a mask. We look forward to seeing you!



If you cannot join us at this time,

we will have the Worship Service available on FACEBOOK LIVE at 10:55am every Sunday.

Also, on our website at www.cbcvictoria.org, on our Facebook page, on Apple Podcasts, on Google Play Music, or on our YouTube Channel on Monday morning!


Sunday School

WE HOPE YOU'LL JOIN US!


Everyone is invited to our Sunday School classes every week at 9:45am.


We have classes from Nursery to Adults, (as well as an Adult Spanish Class), that give us all an opportunity to meet together and learn, discuss, and grow in our knowledge of God and His Word.


Our children's classes use the Answers in Genesis curriculum that takes them through the bible from the first book (Genesis), to the last book (Revelation).

Our Youth and Adult classes have previously gone through the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, and are currently going through a

"Sermon On The Mount" study.

Our Spanish Class uses a Bible Studies For Life series.


We definitely have a class for you and your family, so we hope you will join us!

Book of the Month

This book deals with something that you may have never even heard of, the doctrine of divine impassibility. Impassibility is not a word often used in sermons. Even when people are studying systematic theology, impassibility tends to receive a small amount of attention. So what is it? And why is it important? Divine impassibility is defined as follows: God does not experience emotional changes either from within or effected by his relationship to creation. This is a scriptural truth, and a very important part of our system of theology.

In chapter two of our Confession, "Of God and the Holy Trinity", we read the following in paragraph 1: The Lord our God is but one only living and true God; whose subsistence is in and of himself, infinite in being and perfection; whose essence cannot be comprehended by any but himself; a most pure spirit, invisible, without body, parts, or passions. But is this doctrine important? Yes. This is the doctrine of God. If there is a part of theology about which we should be especially careful and sensitive, it should be the doctrine of God. God is "without....passions"?

If you are thinking, "I'm not really sure what that phrase means", then you are not alone. It has become increasingly clear that many in our day are lacking study and knowledge in this area. Given these factors, we can conclude that we need teaching on this subject. It would be a mistake to jump straight into asserting the doctrine of divine impassibility and defending it. It is one piece in a system of doctrine. It stands upon and connects to many other facets of the doctrine of God. So what we need to do in our study is to build up to it. By doing so, we will appreciate not only the doctrine itself, but also just why it cannot be tampered with. So, to start from the ground up, we need to go where the doctrines grow, the Holy Scriptures.

Daily Bible Reading Plan

August 3- August 9


  • Psalms 70-72, Romans 5
  • Psalms 73-74, Romans 6
  • Psalms 75-76, Romans 7
  • Psalms 77-79, Romans 8
  • Psalms 80-84, Romans 9:1-10:4
  • Psalms 85-90, Romans 10:5-11:10


For all daily Bible readings for July 2020, please click here!