Lord's Pantry of downingtown

We collect non-perishable food items every week for the hungry in our area. The collection basket is in the Narthax, usually underneath a table right near the entrance that most people use to enter the building. If you'd like to learn more about the great work that the Lord's Pantry does, please click the link below.


scouts and troop 65

Exton Community Baptist Church has been the home of Troop 65 since 1959, permanently becoming the Troop's sponsoring organization in 1985. Today, troop meetings are held Monday evenings @ 7pm during school months at Exton Elementary School Gymnasium, while Green Bar and Committee meetings are held at the church's parsonage once a month. For more information, please use the contact links below.


Sibling support group

This group meets every second Wednesday at 7pm to support people who are dealing with a siblings drug or alcohol addiction. Participants must be at least 18 years of age. To learn more please contact Kevin at (484) 888-2711.

Tri-bridges chess club

The Chess Club meets on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30pm in the church Fellowship Hall, also known as Room #4. If you would like more information, please contact Joshua at (484) 948-5692.



American Baptist Churches, USA

Exton Community Baptist Church is an American Baptist congregation. Our denomination began in Providence, Rhode Island when Roger Williams established the First Baptist Church in America. During the Civil War we were called "Northern Baptists" because we opposed slavery and fought with the North. Our churches began ordaining women in the late 1800's and walked alongside the oppressed during the Civil Rights Movement. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is probably the most famous Baptist we can claim. As a denomination, we're known as one of the Seven Sisters of American Mainline Protestantism, but we also have evangelical tendencies. We're known for democratic governance, a commitment to missions, and wide range of theological orientations across our congregations.


American Baptist Churches of Pennsylvania and Delaware

Our church works closely with our regional pastors and sister congregations. Together we have 300 congregations and 54,000 members across our two States (excluding Philadelphia, which is it's own region). Together we support missions, projects that help sustain congregational health, and the processes necessary for training and ordaining pastors and leaders across our region. 


American Baptist Women's Ministires

Our congregation has been actively involved in ministries for women and girls since our founding. One of our current congregants has even served as the Executive Director for Women's Ministries at the national level.  Since 2011, AB Women's Ministries has given more than $125,000 in grants to support projects that empower women and girls across the globe. AB Women's Ministries is known for it's track record of advocating for women across a broad range of issues including, but not limited to: homelessness, immigration, economic-empowerment, domestic violence, and sex trafficking. 


Exton-Lionville Ministerium

Our church is proud to support our local Ministerium. We believe that we all benefit from working with our neighbors, particularly those who share a love for Christ. The Ministerium is presently composed of Baptists, Roman Catholics, Methodists, Lutherans, and Congregationalists from Exton, Lionville, and Chester Springs. Our clergy and lay leaders meet once-a-month to pray, discuss business, and find ways to work together, rather than apart. Every year we host a joint Thanksgiving, a service for Christian Unity, and one or two workshops.