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Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Our church mission is the advancement of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ through public worship of God, the preaching of the Gospel, consistent Christian living by our members, personal evangelism, missionary endeavor and Christian education. We welcome you to join us Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m. Our dynamic worship experience includes hymns, the reading of God's word, musical selections by our choir and praise team, and a life changing expository preaching message by our Senior Pastor.

What Should I wear?

Dress for Sunday morning worship ranges from casual or business casual to business professional. Those attending services throughout the week typically dress in a very relaxed or casual manner. 

Where Do I Park?

When you arrive you will have different options for parking on our campus. We have a parking lot located near our education center on Hargrave St. and near the sanctuary along North Marlborough Ave. Handicap parking is available in the parking lot near the gym entrance. If those are ever packed due to large events, you can park along other nearby adjacent streets.

What Should I Expect?

Our ushers and greeters will welcome you and will be available to help you and your family prepare for our worship service. There is a cry room available on the second floor for families with infants and young toddlers. Children up to 6th grade will be dismissed during service for Children's Church, giving you the opportunity to focus on the service. Worship services are typically between one hour and thirty minutes and an hour and forty five minutes.

How Can I Join?

First, submit a completed membership application. You will then be scheduled for an interview with the Deacons prior to the New Members Class. The class, which typically takes place once a month, will be held in a classroom on campus from 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on a selected Saturday. After successful completion of the New Members Class and acceptance of membership requirements stated in the Church Constitution, you will become a member of Fairview Heights Baptist Church and will receive the right hand of fellowship. 

Meet Our Leadership

Dr. Paul Felix, Senior Pastor and Wife Marlean Felix

Dr. Paul Felix, Senior Pastor

Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Dr. Felix worked in the data processing profession as a Senior Systems Programmer for a number of years. It was during this time that he studied at Talbot Theological Seminary.

Dr. Felix served as the Assistant Pastor in his local church as well as teaching and serving as Vice-President for Academic Affairs at the Los Angeles Bible Training School from 1982 to 1992. From 1992 to 1996, he served as a faculty associate at The Master's Seminary. Between 1996 and 1999 Dr. Felix served as senior pastor at Berean Bible Church in Denver, Colorado. In the summer of 1999 he returned to The Master's Seminary as an instructor in the New Testament Department, where he served as an Associate Professor of New Testament. In addition to his responsibilities at Fairview Heights, Dr. Felix serves as the President of the Los Angeles Bible Training School (

Dr. Felix was a contributor to The Jesus Crisis (Kregel, 1998) and The Master's Perspective on Contemporary Issues (Kregel, 1998).


B. A., University of Redlands
M. A., Talbot Theological Seminary
M. Div., The Master's Seminary
Th. M., The Master's Seminary
Th. D., The Master's Seminary

Adrian Quatela, Spanish Pastor

Adrian Quatela,
Spanish Pastor

B. Th., The Master's Seminary


Deacon Board

Ken Chau, Ted Dang, Edward Ewell, David Stuart


Spanish Ministry Deacon Board

Cesar Torres, Arturo Vengas, Cecilio Rajpop

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