Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Events and Activities

Join us for a service, meeting, or event! Upcoming QBC events are listed here while events that have ended can be found on the Past Events page. Recurring events that have not ended will not show in past events. If you prefer, a Monthly Calendar view of events is also available. As you explore the site you will also find events related to the site section or ministry listed in a sidebar.

Adopt a Shut-In Meeting

Please come join us every 2nd Sunday of the month for our shut-in ministry meeting.

Quidnessett Baptist Church Santuary

Sunday Evening Worship

Please join our congregation as we worship the triune God and benefit from bible-based instruction every Sunday evening at 6:00 pm. To learn more about our church, our beliefs, and the type of teaching you will hear please visit the Sermons and About QBC pages.

Summer Basketball

Join us every Friday during the summer for supervised pick-up basketball on our outdoor courts starting at 7:00 p.m. There are two full size courts where we run 5 on 5. Scoring is ones and twos with games to eleven unless there two or fewer teams waiting then games are to fifteen. In addition to basketball, we break halfway into the evening for a short Gospel message. It is open to high school age and above with play time being skill-based.

Young at Heart Lunch and Fellowship

Seniors, come enjoy a time of dining and fellowship! Open to all ages 55 and over the Young at Heart program provides a place to meet others, eat good food, learn and grow in Jesus Christ.

Women of Grace Morning Bible Study

Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 9:45 am a Women’s group meets in the QBC Library to study Romans 8-16 using Timothy Keller’s book Romans 8-16 For You.

Providence Rescue Mission Service

Every third Friday of the month, QBC leads the nightly service at the Providence Rescue Mission. The speakers vary but the 30 minute sermon is always shares the Gospel message. Following the service, volunteers help serve a meal to those staying at the PRM.