Again, in 1988, the church was beginning to feel the need for additional space. In February 1990, construction began on a new education building. This building would be attached to the existing educational facility and would include a new office for the pastor and secretary, a kitchen, a large fellowship hall, and additional classroom space. This newest addition to the First Baptist facilities was· completed on January 27th, 1991.
On March 18, 2000, the education facility was named "The Leigon Annex", in honor of Bill Leigon for his many years of service to the church.
On September 16, 2001, ·at a special called business meeting, the members of the church heard a report from the Building & Facilities Task Force concerning the need to build a new Auditorium. Motions were then made and approved that the First Baptist Church begin the process of building a new auditorium immediately, and that the Church engage the services of the Church Architecture Department at a cost of $12,000.
On June 23, 2002, the church voted to enter into a building campaign entitled Bridge to Tomorrow. This campaign was to include the demolition of the old auditorium, construction of a new worship center, and remodeling part of the old education wing.
The church moved out of the old auditorium September 9, 2002 into the fellowship hall while demolition, and then construction, began. Many church members volunteered in the process of the construction. Volunteer teams from around the Southwest also came to help at various times.
The new worship center was dedicated January 18, 2004. The construction was completed in May 2004. Since that time, we have been enjoying the new structures and facilities with which God has so richly blessed us.