A place of news and information about Great Marsh Baptist Church.
A place of worship for believers in Jesus Christ where hearts are touched and lives are changed. A place where disciples are made and grown to fulfill the commission of God to love Him and to love others.
Mission: Growing Mature Believers in Christ
[05/07/20] This coming Sunday is Mother's Day and we will again be worshipping from our vehicles in the parking lot at 11am. The message will be on "Why worry?" We look forward to seeing you with us!
[05/02/20] Once again we will worship the Lord in the parking area of the church. We begin at 11. Tomorrow we have music from some of our choir members. The message will remind us of God's provision for us. Be blessed!
[04/26/20] Good morning! This morning at 11 we will again worship together with a drive in service. A friend is calling their worship time "praise in the parking lot." That's what we're going to do as we all sing, pray and hear from the Lord. Today's message is from Luke 21. We hope to see you there!
[04/07/20] This coming Sunday we will celebrate Resurrection Sunday with our second drive in Worship! We'll have music and a baptism in addition to the message! Please meet us at 11 a.m. in our front parking lot.
[03/28/20] Tomorrow, before the stay at home order takes place on Monday, if you're able please take a few minutes and join us in prayer. The sanctuary will be open from 10 until Noon. Just drop in, pray and then go on your way. You may also share your requests with the pastor. The offering box is available if you'd like to give in person. Remember online giving is available through our website. Read the Scriptures and allow the word of the Lord to give you strength and direction. Stay safe.
[03/21/20] As you know, regular worship services are suspended for the time being. But, we will have the church sanctuary open for a time of prayer from 10 - noon. Just stop by for a few minutes and spend some quality time with our Lord in a place of peace and comfort.
[03/18/20] Remember to join us in prayer between 11 and 2. Just drop by the sanctuary of the church when you have a little time.
Our congregational services will be cancelled until further notice due to the recommendation that groups have no more than 10 people present. We will do our best to stream services here on Facebook and on our website (greatmarshbaptistchurch.org). Beginning tomorrow at 11 a.m. the sanctuary will be open for prayer to any who wish to come and pray for our nation and for all affected by the virus. This prayer time will be from 11 until 2, except on Friday and Saturday. Our website has a link to online giving that you can use to help with the financial needs of the church. It is our prayer that this situation is temporary.
If you need special prayer or help please call the pastor or the deacons.
[10/28/19] This coming Sunday, we have the opportunity to demonstrate our love to one of our faithful members who can use our help. We will be taking a love offering for Joy Inman. Be praying about your participation in this offering. Please come ready to give.
[10/19/19] Remember that tomorrow we're celebrating Homecoming, rain or shine. The overflow tent is up so everyone will have a dry place to fellowship and eat. We hope to see you soon!
[10/16/19] This coming Sunday we will celebrate homecoming at Great Marsh Baptist Church. It begins at 11 a.m., with worship that will be led by Reverend Alan Taylor. Worship will be followed by a time of fellowship and food. We look forward to seeing you there.
[06/27/19] This Sunday, June 30th, we will celebrate our nation's Independence Day as we worship together and thank the Lord for our many blessings. We begin with worship that includes prayers, songs, Scripture reading and message at 8:30. Bible study begins at 10. At 11 our worship includes a cantata called "in God we still Trust" . Following our times of worship we will have an Independence Day cookout along with activities for all ages. We hope to see you there.
[12/20/18] As we celebrate the birth of the Savior please join us in worship this Sunday. The message for our 8:30 service comes from Luke 2:1-20 as we consider our response to God's presence with us. At our 11 o'clock service our choir will lead us in worship through song. On Monday at 4pm we will celebrate Christmas eve with our annual candlelight Communion worship. We've moved to an earlier time so you can be with your family and friends. We hope to see you soon. May the Lord bless you in wonderful ways this Christmas!
[11/05/18] We were very blessed to have Reverend Martin Wickens bring God's Word to us this morning in both the early and later worship services! The first was from Colossians 3 concerning love and unity. At the latter we heard from Luke 7 on overcoming doubt. The Lord is blessing us in many ways.
[11/02/18] We're really looking forward to this Sunday at Great Marsh! Our guest speaker is Reverend Martin Wickens of Brimpton, England; the pastor and Mrs Sharon met him in Derry/Londonderry Ireland in October 2017 while celebrating their 38th anniversary. Martin recently moved to South Carolina with his wife Carrie and their children. Please come and give him a wonderful welcome to the US and the South. Come ready to hear the Word and be blessed.
[09/30/18] Today we looked at Philippians 3:12 - 4:1. To become more like Jesus we must stand firm in following His example. This evening we'll look at the life of the Apostle Paul and learn how to do just that.
[09/22/18] I was glad when they said to me, "Let's us go to the house of the Lord." We are very thankful to be able to worship together for all three services tomorrow. At 11 we'll be encouraged by experiencing Sarah's baptism in addition to music and message about knowing Jesus. Blessings!
[09/19/18] Prayer meeting will be at 6pm this evening. It will be a time of testimony, praise and prayer. See you there.
[09/17/18] Beginning tomorrow at lunch we're going to help provide meals for our friends and neighbors in our community who need a hot meal. If you'd like to volunteer please meet at out fellowship hall around 11am. If you're in need of food please come around noon. The times are approximate since we'll be picking the food up at the NC Baptist site in Lumberton.
It's always a tough call to cancel worship and Bible study on Sundays, especially when it would give us encouragement in these difficult days and allow us to thank God together for His protection through the storm. However since so many have lost power and may not be able to be present, we will not have services tomorrow.
Please take time to read the Scripture with your family and perhaps your neighbors. Pray and sing together too. The Lord is always worthy of our worship!
[09/12/18] Hello Church! This evening from 7 to 7:30 we'll have a time of prayer before the storm comes. Please pray with us even if you can't attend. If you need ice bring your cooler too. See you at 7.
[09/08/18] Tomorrow we look into Paul's first letter to the Corinthians and learn more about the way a church should behave. To build up and encourage each other is to be our focus. We look forward to seeing you then.
[07/03/18] Tomorrow is our nation's Independence Day and we want to invite you all to the church at 4pm for our annual celebration with music, fellowship and of course food. This year's cantata features both Christian and patriotic music. If you are coming from out of town we also invite you to stay in Saint Pauls for the best fireworks display in North Carolina. Each year our town provides us with over 40 minutes of awe inspiring fireworks. We look forward to seeing you for both events!
[06/22/18] On Sunday we will have a guest speaker - Joshua West! Joshua will be leading in both morning and evening worship.
[06/15/18] Our Father's Day schedule starts at 8:45 with Sunday School followed by worship at 10. We'll continue in Galatians 1 as we hear Paul's testimony. There will not be evening Bible study due to the holiday.
[06/07/18] Yes, it's been a while since we've posted but it's now time to give you more up-to-date information. This summer on Sunday mornings we will be hearing from the book of Galatians and praying that the Lord uses His word to make us more like Jesus. On Sunday evenings we will be studying the book of Proverbs, beginning with chapter 10. On Wednesday evenings we will continue studying the book of Isaiah. As we consider these various books, it is our hope that the Lord is glorified and that we are strengthened in our walk with Him.
[02/10/18] This year we have been asking "What if" questions and tomorrow we'll ask again. What if you're the only one? God's word is full of examples where one person makes a difference. We'll look primarily at 2 Samuel 23 tomorrow. So be ready to ask yourself, "What if I'm the only one?"
[01/07/18] What if you made and kept your new year's resolutions? What if we'd made different decisions along life's way? What if our ancestors had made different decisions? There is at least one decision that you can make that can change your future for the better. You can resolve right now to commit your life fully to the One who gives you life, the only Lord Jesus. One way to demonstrate your commitment is to gather with other followers and become an active part of a church. We hope to see you each Sunday throughout the year.
[01/03/18] Tomorrow evening is supposed to be extremely cold and we have canceled church activities. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday morning for Bible study and worship.
[12/31/17] Today we are blessed to have Joshua West bring our message this morning!
[12/24/17] Tomorrow is the day before we celebrate the birth of the Savior! Worship at the Marsh is on our regular schedule. We're looking forward to a great day of worship with familiar Christmas carols and the good news of the Word who became flesh and lives among us.
[10/10/17] Our annual Homecoming celebration is this coming Sunday. Dr Brian Kinlaw is our preacher and you won't want to miss this wonderful opportunity to worship with our church family. The message, the music, and the fellowship will be a great blessing for us all. We're looking forward to seeing you all here this week! Be praying for Brian, the worship leaders, and for yourself as we prepare to thank the Lord for all His blessings .
[10/06/17] Good morning church! This Sunday we are privileged to hear from brother Rock Hall as he brings the message for us in both morning worship services. He'll help us to stay motivated as we live for Jesus. You won't want to miss this Sunday. Brother Tim Foley will again lead us in the evening worship. Be praying for these men of God and for yourselves as we prepare to meet with the Lord and His church.
[09/30/17] We are so blessed to have three wonderful preachers lead us in worship tomorrow. Alan Taylor will lead the 8:30 worship and Mike Boarts will lead worship at 11. Tim Foley will lead our evening worship at 6. Be praying for these as they minister to us.
[09/04/17] This coming Wednesday, September 6th, we'll have our annual church fellowship at Jerry King's ranch on Parkton Road. We'll serve hamburgers, chips and drinks for supper. Games and horseback riding will be avaiable. The fellowship and Bible study are also a part of this great evening. We look forward to seeing you there between 5 and 6 pm. This event happens rain or shine since Jerry and Liz have a large covered arena.
|Wednesday||19:00 - 20:00|
|Sunday||16:30 - 19:00|
|Sunday||08:30 - 12:30|
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