Sunday School
9:15 – 10:00am

Adults meet in the sanctuary.  Children 4 years old through 6th grade have graded Bible classes.  We provide infant and toddler nurseries for birth to 4 years old.

Sunday Morning Worship
10:30am – noon(ish)

We seek to be God-centered in our worship.  He is the audience that we are seeking to please.  We believe that in His Word God has revealed what worship is acceptable to Him; therefore we must be faithful, not innovative, when we seek to worship Him.  The Scriptures teach that He has ordained the reading and preaching of His Word, prayer, the sacraments of the Lord’s Supper and Baptism, and the singing of His praises to be worship which is pleasing to him.

Sunday Evening Worship
6:00 – 7:00pm

The evening service offers us another chance to proclaim our Lord’s Gospel. There is no evening worship service the last Sunday of each month. The Sunday evening schedule can change and typically there is no Sunday evening service on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and most holidays that fall on a Sunday.

Youth Group Meetings
Sun 9:15 – 10:00am

Teens meet to study the Bible and Bible-based devotional and doctrinal books.  Additional meetings are planned and announced periodically to provide time to fellowship together, share what they are learning from the Bible and to discuss the struggles of becoming or being a Christian as well as the trials of life, etc.  They pray for one another and the needs of the group.  They have refreshments and relaxing times as teens just enjoying being together.

The Sacraments

We celebrate the Lord’s Supper the last Sunday of each month at the conclusion of the service.  The congregation is encouraged to search their hearts the night before that they might not take the Lord’s Supper in an unworthy manner.  Baptisms of believers are scheduled as we have candidates for baptism.

Small Group Meetings
Wed 6:30pm – 8:30pm during school year

These “242” groups are named after the devotional meetings of the first Christians as recorded in Acts 2:42 in the New Testament.  We gather together in private homes each week for a covered dish dinner, fellowship with one another, the study of God’s Word or a book teaching God’s Word by trusted authors, and a time of sharing and prayer.  There are usually 10 to 12 to a group to enable the congregation to get to know other families in the church on a more intimate level than can be done on Sundays as an entire congregation.

Men’s Spiritual Fitness Group
Sat 8:00 – 9:00am

Meets in the Fellowship Hall at the church building for worship, prayer, and the sharing of insights from the Bible and Christian books.

Ladies’ Morning Fellowship and Study
Fri 9:30 – 11:00am during school year

This group meets each Friday morning during the school year.  It majors on the study of God’s Word, prayer and the sharing of their lives as Christian women.  Baby-sitting is available.

Annual Conferences

We have three conferences each year.  The Fall Bible Conference examines some aspect of the Christian life.  The Winter Family Conference is devoted to equipping us to have biblical marriages and families and the training of our children in the fear and admonition of the Lord.  Finally, we have the Spring Missions Conference to study together what the Scriptures reveal concerning God’s missionary heart for this lost world.  Past conference speakers have included, among others:  Jerry Bridges, Ian Murray, Sinclair Ferguson, Roger Nicole, Martin Holdt, and Walt Chantry.

Associations and Missions

We are actively involved in the Georgia Association of Confessional Baptists, a state association of Reformed Baptist churches formed to provide a fellowship in which churches of common confession may find mutual encouragement, assistance, edification and counsel, and to participate in cooperative efforts such as ministerial training, publications, and church planting both home and abroad.