“Lytle South”, as we refer to ourselves, is a family and community church. We feel we have a place for every age group, from the infant to the senior adult and everything in between. We have Sunday School and Worship Services each Sunday morning. For Sunday nights, we like to have our members meeting in homes for Special Focus Studies and Fellowship. On Wednesday evening, we have a Church Wide Meal and Bible Study for each age group. Included on Wednesday is Choir for children and adults. Regularly, we have some form of Church Wide Fellowship and Outreach for our members and our neighborhood.
Having had only one pastor, Rodney Watson or “Brother Rodney” as we like to call him, has given the church consistency most church families never receive. Located just east of Oldham Lane on Industrial Boulevard, we currently have approximately 250 members.
We are a member of the Abilene/Callahan Baptist Association, the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and the Southern Baptist Convention. We adhere to the Baptist Faith and Message of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Our worship service is a blend of traditional hymns and contemporary songs, which span the generations of our church family. Our prayer is that we can worship God in Spirit and in truth.
“Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and truth for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks.” John 4:23
Lytle South Baptist Church began when Temple Baptist Church, located at 1073 Sycamore, became a mission church of First Baptist Church and relocated to southeast Abilene. Lytle South prepared for their relocation by holding Vacation Bible School under a tent for 2 years and by meeting in home Bible Study groups before constructing a new building and holding their first service on December 11, 1988 with 74 members making the move. Rodney Watson began pastoring Temple Baptist on July 1, 1984 and continues as pastor of LSBC today.
Kids at Lytle MDO believes in the development of the whole child, which includes their physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual growth and development. In our warm and loving environment, children are encouraged to reach their fullest potential in all areas of life.
Kids at Lytle MDO is open Mondays and Wednesdays September through mid-May 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Children ages 1-4 are welcome.
American Heritage Girls are for girls
All girls in in grades K – 12 are invited to join American Heritage Girls, a Christian alternative to the Girl Scouts, which meet on Fridays at 6:30 pm Lytle South Baptist Church in the Fellowship Hall. Special events are planned throughout the year. Check the calendar on this site for events, dates and times.
Trail Life is for boys
All boys in grades K – 12 are invited to join Trail Life, a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts, which meet on Fridays at 6:30 pm Lytle South Baptist Church in the Fellowship Hall. Special events are planned throughout the year. Check the calendar on this site for events, dates and times.