Sketch of Keyport Bible Church building

Welcome to Keyport Bible Church!

There will service at 9:30 am. We will hold service in the Multipurpose Building for now and services will be somewhat scaled back from our traditional live services.

We ask that everyone follow these State Requirements:

  • Please self-screen for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 before arriving at the church (fever of 100.4F, dry cough, or difficulty breathing).
    • You are requested by the state to take your temperature before attending a service. Any individual with a temperature of 100.4°F will not be permitted to attend the service or attend work at the church.
    • Any individual with a household member who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or with symptoms of COVID-19 (including a fever above 100.4°F) may not attend the service or attend work at the church.
  • Masks will be required during the entirety of the service
  • Phases:
    • During Phase 1, please keep two seats (six feet) between family units/households.
    • During Phase 2, up to two households may sit together.
    • During Phase 3, up to 15 people may sit together.
  • Please enter through the main entrance of the facility and exit to the back of the facility near the kitchen

We understand that some of you feel unable to attend services at this time and want you to know that we are still going to be providing an online service for you.


Keyport, WA

A Little History

Keyport Bible Church’s history goes back to its incorporation in 1926. Initially, the church was named Keyport Community Church, and it met in the local Keyport Hall. By God’s grace, the church building (where today we continue to gather for worship) was dedicated in 1937. Through the years there have been various ‘exterior’ changes. The church changed its name in the early 1960s to Keyport Bible Church, the building was expanded in the early 1970s, and a new multi-purpose building was constructed in the mid-2000s. Additionally and notably, KBC merged with the congregation of Bremerton Bible Church in the year 2000. Yet in all of this, the mission of this church has remained the same: to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. By God’s grace we hope and aim to continue toward this end with diligence and faithfulness.