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First Baptist Church  239 Middle Street  New Bern NC 28560

 

If you are coming east on Hwy. 70: Exit at the New Bern exit after the Pembroke exit. Stay in the far right lane and continue following signs to New Bern. Go over the Neuse River bridge, turn left onto South Front Street at the traffic light. Turn right at the second traffic light onto Hancock Street. (This street has a railroad track going down the middle of it.) Turn right into the second parking lot entrance. Family Life Center is at the corner of Pollock Street and Hancock Street. Church office and sanctuary are in Building A.



If you are coming west on Hwy. 70: Exit at the New Bern exit (directly after the exit to Bayboro). Go over the Neuse River bridge, turn left onto South Front Street at the traffic light. Turn right at the second traffic light onto Hancock Street. (This street has a railroad track going down the middle of it.) Turn right into the second parking lot entrance. Family Life Center is at the corner of Pollock Street and Hancock Street. Church office and sanctuary are in Building A.



If you are coming north on Hwy. 17: Continue through New Bern. This street will have several names: Dr. M. L. King Blvd., Neuse Blvd., and Broad Street. Turn right onto Hancock Street (this street has a railroad track going down the middle of it). Cross over Pollock Street and turn left into the first parking lot entrance. Family Life Center is at the corner of Pollock Street and Hancock Street. Church office and sanctuary are in Building A.



If you are coming south on Hwy. 17: Look for signs for New Bern. Exit off the bridge at the New Bern exit, staying in the far right lane. Turn right at the light at the end of the exit ramp.  Go over the Neuse River bridge, turn left onto South Front Street at the traffic light. Turn right at the second traffic light onto Hancock Street. (This street has a railroad track going down the middle of it.) Turn right into the second parking lot entrance. Family Life Center is at the corner of Pollock Street and Hancock Street. Church office and sanctuary are in Building A.