Stockton | California | 95207 | Baptist

1904 QUAIL LAKES DRIVE, Stockton, California 95207
1904 QUAIL LAKES DRIVE Stockton California 95207 US
1904 QUAIL LAKES DRIVE, Stockton, California 95207 0 mi
5650 STRATFORD CIRCLE, Stockton, California 95207 0.59 mi
1223 WEST SWAIN ROAD, Stockton, California 95207 0.62 mi
We meet every Sunday at the Copenhagen Hall, 1215 W. Swain Rd. Stockton, California. Sunday Scho...
6715 LEESBURG PLACE, Stockton, California 95207 0.87 mi
1545 ROSEMARIE LANE, Stockton, California 95207 0.89 mi
1221 Monaco Court, Stockton, California 95207 0.89 mi
We are a missional church! We reach out to the community and meet their needs so we can share God...
808 PORTER AVENUE, Stockton, California 95207 0.95 mi
900 DOUGLAS ROAD, Stockton, California 95207 0.96 mi
920 WEST MARCH LANE, Stockton, California 95207 1.04 mi
915 ROSEMARIE LANE, Stockton, California 95207 1.15 mi
915 Rose Marie Lane, STOCKTON, California 95207 1.15 mi
4845 GEORGETOWN PLACE F-32, Stockton, California 95205 1.22 mi
1020 WEST LINCOLN ROAD, Stockton, California 95207 1.26 mi
4910 CLAREMONT AVENUE, Stockton, California 95207 1.34 mi
5 WEST SWAIN ROAD, Stockton, California 95207 1.41 mi
3832 PLYMOUTH ROAD, Stockton, California 95204 1.45 mi
7525 OAKMONT DRIVE, Stockton, California 95207 1.5 mi
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QUAIL LAKES BAPTIST CHURCH is located at 1904 QUAIL LAKES DRIVE in the city of Stockton. Stockton is located in the beautiful state of California. According to our database, there are approximately 161 churches in Stockton, with 11 Catholic churches, 32 Baptist churches, 4 Pentecostal churches, 8 Methodist churches, and 106 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Stockton, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

The Baptist denomination is the largest free church denomination in the world with over forty-three members around the world. However, nearly thirty-three million Baptists live in America. The origins of Baptist churches can be traced back to John Smyth and the Separatist Movement in 1608 that began in England. Something that makes the Baptist church's beliefs unique is that they believe in the baptism of adult believers instead of infant baptism. Baptist denominations follow a congregational church governance in which each individual congregation is governed autonomously. Thanks for using ChurchAngel.com - the ultimate church finder!