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Before you visit us, you may have some questions about our ministry, where to park, or would just like to know more information about our church. Listed below are some of our frequently asked questions.

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I need directions.

If you are coming from the Buffalo:
Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 47. Head south on Route 19, towards LeRoy. From LeRoy you will continue to take 19 through Pavilion and on into Wyoming. Turn left onto Main Street and we are close to one-tenth of a mile down the road on the right hand side. We are about 25 miles south of LeRoy.

OR: Take the 400 to East Aurora. Turn left onto 20A heading East. You will travel through Varysburg then Warsaw. At the light in Warsaw turn left onto Rt. 19. Follow Route 19 into Wyoming. Turn right onto Main Street and we are close to one-tenth of a mile down the road on the right hand side. We are about 25 miles from East Aurora and 5 miles north of Warsaw.

If you are coming from the Rochester:
Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 47. Head south on Route 19, towards LeRoy. From LeRoy you will continue to take 19 through Pavilion and on into Wyoming. Turn left onto Main Street and we are close to one-tenth of a mile down the road on the right hand side. We are about 25 miles south of LeRoy.

OR: Take 490 West to LeRoy Exit, last exit before Thruway begins. Make a left on Route 19 heading south. You will go through LeRoy and continue to take 19 through Pavilion and on in to Wyoming. Turn left onto Main Street and we are close to one-tenth of a mile down the road on the right hand side. We are about 25 miles south of LeRoy.

If you are coming from the Southern Tier:
Take Route 390 North to Exit 7. Take a left onto Route 408. Route 408 will take you into the Village of Mt. Morris. Turn right onto Route 36 at traffic light. You will pass the entrance to Letchworth State Park. Your first left after leaving the Village of Mt. Morris will be Perry Road. Take Perry Road to the left until you get to the flashing four-way stop. Go straight at light, you will now be on Route 20A. Take 20A into Warsaw. At the traffic light in Warsaw (your second light) you will turn right onto Route 19. Follow Route 19 through Warsaw and it will take you to the Village of Wyoming. Turn right onto Main Street and we are close to one-tenth of a mile down the road on the right hand side.

Where can I park?

Parking map, First Baptist Church of Wyoming NY, (585) 495-6503Some parking is available on the northwest side of the church near the handicap accessible ramp.

Additional parking is located on the southwest side, or behind, the church. If you enjoy a short walk, we encourage parking behind the church to free up parking spaces available for those who need to use our handicap accessible ramp.

Parking areas are indicated by the teal-colored areas on the map to the right. Doors are indicated by the red-colored squares on the map.

Note: You may also park on the road, but be wary of traffic when you enter and exit your vehicle.

I have a family. Are there programs my children will enjoy?

We welcome family members of all ages. We have several Sunday School Classes available for children ranging in ages from pre-school to high school. We also have a nursery available for children up to 3 years old during our Morning and Evening Services. Junior Church is also offered to children, ages 4 yrs. to pre-teen, during the Sunday Morning Service after our hymns and worship.

On Sunday nights, we offer the AWANA program, where children can develop and grow spiritually in a fun, learning environment.

I like being an involved member of a church. Are there areas I can be of service?

There are ministries for members and non-members. We do our best to fit individuals in ministry according to their personal abilities and gifts. We want ministry to fill you with passion and joy, not something that is frightening and drudgery. We also work hard not to burn anyone out in over using them in ministry. God desires us to serve and has equipped us to do so, thus there is a place for each of us in His service.