About Us

​        Our goal is to glorify God and to help people understand what the Bible says about having a 
personal relationship with God through His Son, Jesus Christ.  Our desire is to walk with each
other as we grow deeper in our relationship with our Savior. Our purpose is to worship, follow and 
share Christ lovingly with others.  A strong emphasis on missions has been evident throughout 
the years.

We offer Children’s Activity Clipboards for ages 3 through 12 during the morning message.
Nursery supervision is also provided.

We strive towards a blended form of worship including hymns and modern choruses.


The church is about people.  
We invite you to come fellowship and worship God with us!


       Langham Evangelical Bible Church was established in 1911 under the ministry of 
Rev. Jacob R. Doerksen.  It was known in German as "Sud Bruderthal Bethaus" and later, 
the Langham Evangelical Mennonite Church.  In the 1970's the name was changed 
to it's present form.  

We are a member of the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches  
http://www.febcministries.org/



Langham Evangelical Bible Church
Testifying to God's faithfulness
The first church located 4 miles south of Langham burnt down in 1929.  A basement was quickly built but due to tough times in the 1930's the upper structure was not built & dedicated until 1942.  In 1956 the church building was moved to main street Langham and expanded in 1973.  
In 1991 the present structure was built on Fifth Avenue, Langham. 
100 years of
 HISTORY
1911-2011
Purpose To share salvation in Christ and build a relationship with others 
through Christ by living every day for Him

Mission  To glorify GOD by impacting people 
through Christ's love, biblical teaching, discipleship and action!
Present
In July 2011 we celebrated 100 Years of God's faithfulness!  
Read and download the  MEMORIES BOOKLET  that was compiled for this event.
Growing believers in Christ
Impacting souls for Christ 
The Langham Bible Church Cemetery is located at the original church site, south of Langham.  
CLICK HERE FOR A CEMETERY MAP