Roger Williams House
Student Ministry and Pastor's Residence
120 Lynn Avenue, 1930-49
Fifth and Kellogg, 1910-1949

Click here for our 150th Anniversary video!

Our choir presenting "How Can I Keep from Singing," the anthem by Mark Grizzard commissioned for our 150th anniversary.

New Book on FBC History
by Pastor David Russell
64 pages, full color photos


What connection do evangelist Billy Sunday, retail magnate J.C. Penney, the first mutual health insurance program in the country, and the Delaware Indians have with First Baptist Church? Learn about all of this and more in Blessing the Past, Building the Future: The History of the First Baptist Church of Ames, Iowa.  Click here to order your copy.
Fifth and Kellogg,1872-1909
Squaw Creek Church ~1860-66, meeting at Hoggatt School, near corner of Lincoln Way and Maple

Covenant House, 304 Lynn Avenue

Student Ministry, Associate Pastor's Residence,

later home of Center for Creative Justice, 1960-93

200 Lynn Avenue, 1950-present