Eternal Life Baptist Church invites you to join us in Sunday School 10am, Sunday morning Worship at 11am, combined Wednesday Bible Study at 10am, Bible Study @7pm.

Eternal Life Baptist Church is  located on East County Road in Mooresville, IN. 

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Sunday School
Sunday @ 10am
Service Times

Sunday @ 11am

Bible Study Wednesday @ 10am

Bible Study 7pm 

Israel's Fullness by Jim Hendricks

Genesis 12

Please join us on Wednesdays at 10am for combined Bible Study with Pastor Nate Tripp and then at 7pm for a separated Men's and Women's Bible Study. 

Sundays at 10am for Sunday School and at 11am for Sunday Worship with Pastor Nate Tripp.


Verse of the Week
Isaiah 58:22, NIV

The LORD will guide you always.

Song of the Week
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - William Williams

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, pilgrim through this barren land; I am weak, but Thou art mighty, hold me with Thy powerful hand; Bread of Heaven, Bread of Heaven, feed me till I want no more, feed me till I want no more.

Open now the crystal fountain, whence the healing stream doth flow; let the fire and cloudy pillar lead me all my journey through; strong Deliverer, strong Deliverer, be Thou my strength and shield, be Thou my strength and shield.  

When I tread the verge of Jordan, bid my anxious fears subside; bear me through the swelling current, land me safe on Cannan's side; songs of praises, songs of praises, I will ever give to Thee, I will ever give to Thee.


About the Writer
William P. Williams

William Pantycelyn (Welsh name translated to Peter) Williams, was born in Carmarthenshire, Wales, to John and Dorothy Williams, on February 11, 1717. William had 5 siblings, 3 older brothers, 1 younger brother, and 1 sister. William was 18 years older than his sister Mary, and they were the only 2 that lived to adulthood.  William loved school and was a very good student. Although he had been raised in church, he never wanted to be a minister, in fact, William went to medical school to be a doctor. While he was in med school, he met a man who often preached in the square. One day, the two had lunch together and began talking. Soon after their lunch, he decided to be a minister in The Established Church, even though he only had 1 year left in medical school.  Bible school was a 2-year program, but he simultaneously completed Bible school and medical school at the same time. However, he did not become a licensed doctor, nor did he practice medicine. In 1744, William was charged with several misdemeanors. Once he had been cleared of those charges, he moved away and became a Methodist minister. A short year later, Wiliam wrote his one and only song, which was originally written in Traditional Welsh, “Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah” which is based Exodus 13. On February 14, 1771, William married 24-year-old Mary Trumball, the only daughter of the Royal Governor. William and Mary had three children: Solomon, Faith and William. William died on January 11,1791.