Welcome to Mactaquac Baptist Church. We are a community located on the ‘far-side’ of the Mactaquac Headpond, across from the dam. We are not a large community, but we love to serve as the Bible directs – both locally and afar. Locally we participate with Boaz Ministries in providing hot meals in the Devon area. Afar we support people working in South Asia. Hence the reason for our URL. ‘Pusthakaru’ literally means ‘book’ in Nepali and the Bible – the Book – informs how we serve each other, our local community and the wider world.
Local Programs and Services
We hope you will take note of these local programs and services that we offer.
Sunday Morning Worship
Every Sunday at 10 AM at 1496 Rt. 105 Mactaquac. This is for the whole family. See our kids program below
Small groups meet weekly throughout the year. There are a variety of groups to be a part of. Contact the church to find out about the times and locations.
We meet Every Friday at 10am to pray together. The locations depends upon the season:
- Everett’s Campground (May-September)
- Mactaquac Baptist Church (October-April)
Ladies Morning Out
- Ladies enjoy a time of fellowship while knitting, sewing, quilting or just chatting.
- Each week there is a light lunch.
- On the first Wednesday of each month, the ladies make soup together and deliver it to those in our community who are in need.
- In May there is an annual Spring Tea, and at various times quilts are given to those who are in need
1st Saturday of the month
Men of our community meet together at the church for coffee at 8:30am and then head into the community to work on projects for people. Projects can vary from repairs, renovations, building, cleaning, yard work and so on. Join us as we serve the needs of our community.
Sunday Services – During the service on Sunday morning we have Jr. Church. Kids have a great time learning stories form the Bible, making crafts and playing games. We also have a nursery for babies.
Vacation Bible School – During the summer we have a VBS program. We learn about Jesus as we study the Bible, play games, sing and take part in workshops (which include woodworking, jewelry making, baking, science experiments and more).