From the beginning, Biltmore Church has focused on reaching those
who do not know God personally and then helping them develop their
faith through worship, community, and ministry to others. Today, many thousands of people attend Biltmore Church at multiple
campuses across Western North Carolina.
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Fern Hill Baptist Church was founded with 25 members on land that's now part of the Biltmore Estate.
George Vanderbilt builds a new church building on Summit Street and the church name was changed to Biltmore Baptist Church.
The church moves to a larger building on Hendersonville Road in Asheville.
60 members of the church gather in a gym and commit to set aside their personal preferences for the sake of reaching people with the message of the Gospel.
The church moves into a brand new facility on land in Arden anonymously donated to the church.
Pastor Bruce Frank joins Biltmore Baptist as Lead Pastor.
The church makes the strategic decision to go where the people are and launches the East Asheville Campus at Asheville Christian Academy.
The Franklin Campus launches at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts.
Hendersonville Campus is launched in Flat Rock, NC.
Deaverview Baptist Church is adopted into the Biltmore family and launches as the West Asheville Campus.
Biltmore Church en Español launches to reach our Spanish-speaking neighbors in WNC.
Brevard Community Church becomes a part of the Biltmore Church family and launches as the Brevard Campus.
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