Sunday AM Service - 10:30 AM (all year round)

Child Care - Nursery and child care are provided for children birth to age 4 during Sunday School and Church time. Older children, age 4 up to grade 4, leave mid way through the service for children's worship time, JAM Time (Jesus And Me Time).


1012 Route 105, Douglas, NB

We are located just outside of Fredericton, NB, at the corner of the Carlisle Road and Route 105 (Clements Drive when coming from Fredericton)


Reaching… out with the love of Christ
Growing… in love for God and Others
Equipping… believers to make a lasting difference


Douglas Baptist Church is wheelchair accessible. Please use main door to the left of the church (not the front doors). Inside we have an elevator so that persons with disabilities can participate in activities no matter what floor of the church the activity is taking place. Please feel free to request assistance if you need someone to help.


• The Douglas Baptist Church was a daughter of the older Free Baptist Church of Keswick. It is reported that Sunday School and Sunday services were held in the Douglas Community Hall. Rev. J.E. Reud pastored in Douglas up to 1888. The Baptist yearbook gives the date of organization as 1880.

• The first church was built in 1901.

• Improvements to the church were made: steel sheathing added to walls and ceiling in 1905; a steeple added in 1917-18; electric lights installed in 1933; basement added for Sunday School rooms and furnace as well as new walls and ceiling in 1948-51.

• Land was purchased in 1961, basement enlarged and church moved on to it.

• 1967 saw the present sanctuary built and dedicated on March 12.

• Douglas left the field in 1973 because of the growing need for a full-time pastor.

• The addition of Sunday School rooms and foyer was built to accommodate a growing church. It was dedicated on June 5, 1994.

• 2008 marks a significant expansion in the church building including additional meeting rooms and a gymnasium.


Back row left to right: Louise Fanjoy (Custodian), Debbie Gordon (Admin. Assistant), Patricia Moore (Children). Front row: Amy Gordon (Youth & Worship), Peter Moore (Pastor).

Rev. Peter Moore
Lead Pastor

Peter has been our Lead Pastor here at DBC since September 2005 when he returned from the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia where he attended Acadia Divinity College and served at Bethany Memorial Baptist Church. Pastor Peter’s call to Douglas was a home coming of sorts. A native New Brunswicker, he had the opportunity to serve as Youth Pastor at Douglas from 1997-2002. Peter grew up in Saint John and moved to the Moncton area to attend ABU which is where he met his wife Patricia. They married in 1996 and have five wonderful children (Adam, Caleb, Nathanael, Jonah and Leah). Peter enjoys fishing in the spring, biking in the summer, going for walks in the orchard in the fall and lots of snow in the winter! 

Amy Gordon
Youth & Worship Director

Amy has been involved in youth ministry for over 10 years and loves connecting with students and journeying through life with them. Amy describes youth ministry as her passion, from overnight events to mission tours, leader meetings to special events, she loves it all. She is currently just finishing up her schooling for aesthetics and enjoys serving people in that capacity as well. Amy is married to Joel and they have three beautiful girls, Lily, Savannah and Isabella. Amy enjoys family game/movie nights, hosting friends and family, cooking and DIY projects.

Patricia Moore
Children's Director

In February 2018 Patricia joined the staff of Douglas Baptist Church on a part-time basis.  Patricia knows a thing or two about kids-she has five of her own!  With a passion for people and a deep love for Jesus, Patricia has served faithfully with her husband (Pastor Peter) for over 12 years here at DBC and looks forward to this new adventure!  Patricia loves to cook, plan special events and spend time with family & friends. 

Debbie Gordon
Administrative Assistant 

Debbie joined the staff at Douglas Baptist Church in 2015. She spent most of her adult life helping with the operation of the family dairy farm while raising her family. She is married to Frank and they have three married children, Matt (Leanne), Joel (Amy) and Sarah (Chad) and eight grandchildren. Debbie enjoys snowshoeing and skating in the winter, gardening in the summer, reading  and (most of all) spending time with her family.

Louise Fanjoy 

Louise and her family moved to Douglas in 1971. She started working as custodian at DBC in 1976. This began as 4 hours on Friday and has progressed to 20+ hours a week. She is married to Robert who you will see assisting her occasionally. Robert and Louise have two sons Brian and Thomas, daughter-in-law Marilyn and grandchildren Laura and Benjamin. Gardening, sewing and cooking are three of Louise’s favorite activities and she sees her job at the church as a ministry.