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Service Times

Adult Sunday School              9:15 AM
Sunday Service                     10:45 AM
Tuesday Prayer                       11:30 AM
Wednesday Night Supper        5:30 PM
Wednesday Bible Study               6 PM
Worship Team Practice                7 PM
Children's Sunday School during Sunday Service after worship is finished

Small Church with a Big Heart


Our Beliefs

​Adamsville Baptist Church affirms the Holy Bible as the inspired word of God and the basis for our beliefs.

We subscribe to the Doctrinal Statement of the “Baptist Faith & Message” in our Constitution.

We voluntarily band ourselves together as a body of baptized believers in Jesus Christ; personally committed to sharing the good news of salvation to a lost mankind. 

The ordinances of the church are believer’s baptism and the Lord’s supper.

Our History

Adamsville Baptist Church has a remarkable history that dates back to 1850 when it was first built. It is the oldest church in Sumter County.  John Adams, the first pioneer to settle on Jackson Highway (now Route 468), recognized the need for a church in the community.  He donated one acre of land to the Methodist Conference on which to build a church and cemetery. The present church was built immediately and was a gift of S. A. Curry, a wealthy merchant who lived several miles away. The cemetery was begun in 1851 and is the final resting place for its original founder, John Adams.


When Sumter County was formed in January 1853 Adamsville was made the county seat. The courthouse, of log construction, was built near the church. At that time Adamsville consisted of the church, the courthouse, the general store and home of John Adams.

Since then this little white church at Adamsville has flourished as a symbol of the Christian faith of the people mainly because of a long line of Godly men intent on sharing the word of God behind its pulpit. The church became known as Adamsville Baptist Church in 1947 when it was purchased by the Baptists. As for the cemetery, which belongs to the Methodist Church, people of all faiths are buried there.

It is our hope you would like to visit us some Sunday and learn more of the history of Adamsville Baptist Church known as “A Small Church With A Big Heart.” We believe you’ll still hear the word of God being spectacularly preached and will want to join the many others in attendance continuing the heritage of this legacy.

If you or someone you know has any pictures, news articles, books, or any personal accounts of the history of Adamsville Baptist Church, please let us know. We can be reached by email, Facebook, or phone (352-748-1821)

We Exist To

Magnify Jesus Christ through worship and the Word.

Make Jesus Christ known to our neighbors and nations.

Move believers in Jesus Christ toward maturity and ministry.

Meet our Pastor

Pastor Kenneth Scrubbs

My wife Linda and I have been married 50 years and are the parents of Cymonda, April and James. As a Pastor, I have been blessed to serve in many roles, one of which was founding the Genesis Center which served as an after-school mentoring program for under-privileged children in the community. It would be my pleasure to meet with you and learn how we at Adamsville Baptist Church can come along side you in your walk with the Lord.


Church Ministries

"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” - Matthew 18:20

We may be a small church, but we are a large family. There are several opportunities for fellowship with other believers.

"Not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. " - Hebrew 10:25


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How to Give to Adamsville Baptist Church

In Person


Sunday Worship Service. 

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Mail your offering to:

Adamsville Baptist Church

PO BOX 309

Wildwood, Fl. 34785


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