Sinclair Baptist serves the people of Carbon County who love kids and need solutions for their family. Most parents yearn for good friends for their kids and are looking for a good atmosphere for them to grow. They desperately want answers, but often don’t even know all the questions! We give them the tools to bring more Bible solutions into their homes and turn the chaos into peace.
We are blessed with two dedicated pastors, Mike Holmes and Caleb Schultz. When they’re not preparing for classes, services, or programs, working on their 90+ year old building, or creating helpful content for others in the ministry, you can find them fishing, hiking, enjoying their boys or learning how to utilize social media to connect with their congregation.
If you’re dying to know more, here are four more facts about Sinclair Baptist:
• We started our church in 2007.
• In an average week, more than 100 hours are dedicated by our volunteers to make our church have an awesome Sunday.
• We meet in an old historic hotel with 48,000 square feet of space that often needs our attention.
• We facilitate our county’s TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program) distribution, getting food into the kitchens of about 100 families every month.
Let us invite you to join us on a Sunday soon! You’ll be warmly welcomed and find a bunch of people who want to be a blessing
Address: 400 Lincoln Avenue • Sinclair, Wyoming • Inside the Historic Parco Inn located in downtown Sinclair. From I-80, take Exit 219 and the Parco is eight blocks east, just past the Su Casa Mexican restaurant and before the Sinclair Refinery. Below is a map pinpointing our location via Google Maps.
The Historic Parco Inn
Sinclair Baptist Church in located in the Historic Parco Inn. Built in 1924 by the Producers and Refiners Corporation, the Parco Inn stands on old Highway 30 in south central Wyoming.
The company owned refinery town and hotel were frequented by the likes of Amelia Earhart, Clark Gable and traveling dignitaries using the first paved route across the United States.
In 2002, the entire facility (48,000 sq. ft. sitting on an entire city block) was donated to the Baptist Youth Mission to be used as its National Training Center. In 2007, after much renovation the Sinclair Baptist Church moved into the building. The church was formerly located in the town original church building, built in the 1920’s.