Welcome to the
First Baptist Church of Haddonfield!
The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield has been a part of the Haddonfield community for 200 years. We are a family who worships, serves, prays, loves, grows, and fellowships together. We would love for you to become a part of our family! Join us Sunday morning and see what we are all about. If you’ve never been here, we would love to meet you! If you haven’t come in a while, we welcome you back! If you come every week, bring a friend or neighbor and share the love of Jesus! Our Pastor, Music Directors and Staff are here to serve you and help you along on your faith journey.
First Baptist Hours
- 9 AM – Contemporary Worship Service
- 10 AM – Adult Bible School
- 11 AM – Traditional Worship Service
- 11:15 AM – Children’s Sunday Enrichment
- Communion First Sunday of the Month
- Childcare provided
- Tuesday thru Friday:
10:00am – 3:00 pm
- Monday – Thursday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM or by appointment
The Rev. Nevin Werron, Interim Pastor
Eleanor Shockey, Organist, and Director of Carol Choir
Dr. David Shockey, Director of Chancel Choir
Robert Gardner, Director of Handbells
Anne & John Picking, Contemporary Music Leaders
Marion Wertz, Office Manager
Betty Willingmyre, Cemetery Administrator
Dave Funk, Custodian
Marilyn Nutt, Sunday School Superintendent
Karen Barrett, Nursery Staff
Please Welcome our New Interim Pastor,
Rev. Nevin Werron
After pastorates at Baptist churches in Fitchburg, MA, and New Eagle, PA, Rev. Nevin Werron moved to New Jersey 20 years ago to serve as pastor of the Calvary Community Baptist Church in Pennsauken. Since concluding ministry there, he has served as the interim pastor in Bordentown, NJ, and in June, concluded a 1½ year interim pastorate in North Wales, PA.
Rev. Werron received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies from Messiah College in Grantham, PA., and was conferred the Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Baptist (now Palmer) Theological Seminary.
Rev. Werron and his wife, Tammy have one grown daughter. His daughter, Robin, recently moved back to New Jersey with her husband, Ben and their two-year-old son. “Dinner on the Road” for the family is generally on Wednesdays when Rev. Werron preps dinner at home and transports and prepares it at Robin’s for the family.
First Baptist News
While I am writing this article for January, I am writing it shortly after leading my first Sunday service as your Interim Pastor, and today I’m thinking a lot about that word, interim. Maybe you’ve been thinking or wondering about that word too. I’d like...read more