We are an active church family with people of all ages. There are always lots of good things going on around here. Come and join in! You'll be glad you did.

Sundays at 10:00am.


1192 Lansing Ave.

Sudbury, Ontario






Lansing is part of the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Canada and is associated with The Gospel Coalition.

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Upcoming events and announcements are listed below

This week's Facebook Contest will be 2 Photo Contests - 1 for kids and 1 for adults.  For kids, we want to see the most epic indoor fort you can build.  For Adults, we want to see a picture of the most classic/vintage/old item you have in your house.


If you would like to be baptized on Sunday Morning April 5th (or later in April once church services can resume if we can't meet on April 5th), please speak to one of the pastors.


We are up to 75 confirmed children that people from Lansing sponsor!  If you haven't yet emailed Pastor Mark about someone you sponsor, please do so asap as the display is in the process of being made.

Please talk to Heather Williams to support the Kairos Sudbury jail ministry through prayer and donation of gift items.


The Billy Graham Celebration of Hope Launch event on April 2 and Christian Life and Witness Course have been postponed.

The Work As Worship Conference (and thus the simulcast as well) has been canceled.

Save the date! Oct. 23-25 2020 is Celebration of Hope weekend at the Sudbury Arena with Billy Graham's Grandson, evangelist Will Graham. SudburyCelebration.ca


The Stewardship Committee would like to remind everyone that you can give online by using the Pushpay app or by going to www.lansingbaptist.com and clicking on "Give" in the top right corner.


Pastor's Ponderings


I recently preached on 1 Thess. 2:17-18, "But since we were torn away from you, brothers, for a short time, in person not in heart, we endeavored the more eagerly and with great desire to see you face to face, 18 because we wanted to come to you—I, Paul, again and again—but Satan hindered us."  I have been thinking of that passage this week while we as a church family are torn away from being able to meet together in person.  In Paul's situation it was clearly the work of Satan because he was torn away by a mob of people who persecuted him for preaching the Gospel.  That kind of clarity is not as easy to come by with a virus.  But amidst all our questions, one thing we do know for sure is God was not surprised by COVD-19 because He is still on the throne and still in ultimate control.  Another thing we know for sure is that death should come as surprise to no one: 10 out of 10 people will die someday and whether that be from a heart attack or old age or a tragic accident or COVID-19 or something else in 2020 or from something else many years from now, no one will escape death and thus the highest priority of every living person should be to prepare for eternity by getting right with God through faith in Jesus Christ since, "It is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment." (Heb. 9:27).


- Pastor Mark