Iranian Baptist Church Dallas
Iranian Baptist Church Dallas – Church in Plano, Texas (Persian)
We’re glad you’re here and invite you to attend our Sunday morning services in Plano, Texas. Our church exists to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and make disciples among the Iranian community in Dallas-Ft. Worth and beyond.
We have weekly services and mid-week Bible studies in Persian/Farsi with English translation provided for our guests.
Please join us, and invite your Iranian friends, neighbors, and family members.
Christ to the glory of God. Our purpose is to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
A small gathering of Iranian Christians in Dallas, Texas After five years of domestic engagement, prayer, and the gospel of the gospel, began a wider service led by God.
In Nowruz 1995, with the preaching of the Word of God for the dear ones, the Dallas Iranian Church began its activities.
After two decades of serving in the Dallas metropolis, we are still keen to serve the Lord Jesus Christ as the soldiers of Christ.
The Dallas Persian Church is an independent Baptist church and is not part of any organization or political and social group.
The Dallas Iranian Church cooperates with other Christian churches and organizations that truly seek God’s glory as mutual consultations and services but do not interfere administratively with other churches and do not regard any organization and body as the owner and director of the church. The Dallas Iranian Church is run by a group of leaders. All the leaders are the official members of the church and all the official members of the church contribute to the major decisions of the church. Church leaders decide for prayer and focus on the Bible.
Our goal is to always gospel the gospel of Jesus Christ simply and trustfully, and in accordance with God’s command, we seek to help Christians by the proper teaching of the word of God in the development and recognition of God.
The Dallas Iranian Church is keen to help Christian Christian loved ones, especially those who are eager to serve, to go to the theological school to give the devotees of the Church a deep knowledge and understanding of service, devoting their lives to God.