We continue to hold limited capacity in-person services while also providing an online worship experience for your safety and well-being. See our Sunday schedule below.


Morning Worship | 9:30 or 11am

Join us at 9:30am OR 11am on campus as we offer two identical worship services each Sunday morning. We encourage you to consider the 11am service as it is typically less crowded.

Evening Worship | 6pm

There will also be a different evening worship service at 6pm. Pastor Neal is currently walking through a study of 1 Timothy.



We understand that you and your family may not yet but comfortable returning to our campus. That’s fine! Our 9:30am and 6pm services will continue to be live streamed on YouTube, Facebook, and at These services will be archived and available at any time on all three platforms:

Please don’t hesistate to reach out to us at anytime with further questions at Thank you again for your patience, flexibility, and kindness during this time of uncertainty and change for our world and God’s church. God is the same, unchanging, and on His throne.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will I be safe?

We are prepared for you for your visit. The worship space and any other public spaces are clean and will be cleaned before and after services. We seek to provide a safe, convenient, and worshipful experience for you and your family. If you feel comfortable, we feel comfortable.

2. Where do I go?

There will be signs and a welcome team directing you from the road to the worship center. There will be two main entrances/exits to the worship center: the double doors on the west and east sides of the church.

3. What about my kids?

As you enter, children in pre-K through 5th grade will receive a worship guide and crayons just for them to enhance their worship experience. We want families worshiping together — with a little peace of mind.

We are excited to welcome children back into our nursery! At this time, we are accepting children 6 months through four years old, and we are only accepting 10 kids per service. If one service is full, consider signing up for a different service.

CLICK HERE to begin the registration process.

If you have any unanswered questions, email

4. Do I have to wear a mask?

While we as a church will not mandate face coverings, we do encourage you to wear one as a means of precaution and kindness. As you enter, fellowship, and exit, please keep your face covering on. You’re welcome to leave it on or take it off as you’re comfortable at your seat while physically distanced from other families. Our leaders and welcome team will be wearing face coverings with the exception of when leading from the platform and distanced from one another.

Let’s also show kindess and love to our neighbor by refraining from handshakes and hugs at this time. Upon entering the worship center and applying hand sanitizer, keep on walking and then find a seat. Try to keep one pew, or at least 6 ft, between you and others not in your household.




We understand that you and your family may not yet but comfortable returning to our campus. That’s fine! Our 9:30am and 6pm services will continue to be live streamed on YouTube, Facebook, and at These services will be archived and available at any time on all three platforms. 

Listen to the Service by Phone

For those who may not have access to the internet in their home, nursing home, or hospital room, we have a phone number that allows you to call in and listen to our services live. Simply call (605) 468-5740. 

If you miss the live service, you can call the number at any time and hear the previous 9:30am service on-demand.

We’ve also provided worship guides for kids! Print them if you can, or just walk through them with your child on your device.


For now, we encourage you to continue to remain in community off-campus. Whether you use Google Meet, Zoom, or begin to meet in homes, we simply encourage you to stay connected! Below are the latest online group gatherings that you can join at this time.


Our mission hasn’t changed. BE the church! And pray for one another. Pray with one another. There are many people with great needs in our community. If you are aware of those needs, reach them as you can. Contact us if you have a need or if you know of anyone who has needs to be met in our community.

We encourage you to email us at anytime, or fill out a prayer card and read prayer prompts for the month of April on our online prayer page.


If you’re joining us on Sunday mornings in person, there will be black boxes by the entrance/exit for you to leave offerings as we will not be passing the plate during a designated time of offering.

Whether you’re with us in person or online, the most simple and secure way to give is digitally, but you may also place your gifts in the secure drop box near our covered drop-off, or mail your gifts to PO Box 297 Coats anytime during the week. 

Digital giving options include online giving, text-to-give (text COATS to 73256), and the Abundant Giving app. Learn more about these options and the benefits of digital giving on our giving page.


Besides frequent visits to our website, we still encourage you to stay connected and informed by following us on social media. Links to our social media accounts are below.

We also invite you to opt-in for text message updates from Coats Baptist Church. Simply text CBCNEWS to 94000 and follow the instructions in the automated text message. It only takes a few seconds!

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