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
[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.
[08/12/17] Our Girls in Action and Royal Ambassadors will be recognized this Sunday morning in 11 o'clock worship. The message will come from Jeremiah 9:23-24.
[07/16/17] As we come together for worship tomorrow we'll be looking at the first chapter of Jeremiah and his call to speak the truth to the nation of Israel. During the service we'll commission our youth as they prepare to go on a mission trip to Charleston, SC. Afterwards we celebrate the wedding between Mike and Lisa. We look forward to a great day of worship.
This Sunday we will honor our fathers in the worship service. Our schedule begins an hour earlier with Sunday school starting at 8:45 and worship starting at 10. The sermon title is "The World's Greatest Dad."
We will resume our evening Bible study next week.
[06/10/17] This Sunday we'll be looking at the blessings of commitment as we hear from the book of Ruth.
This coming Sunday we're privileged to recognize our graduates. They have made some great accomplishments and we continue to pray for them.
The message comes from the book of Joshua and we'll be looking at two families and how they respond to the work of the Lord. The consequences are very significant.
Tomorrow morning we'll continue looking at the Sermon on the Mount. The emphasis is on knowing good from bad, a topic that needs consideration especially in today's culture. During the Sunday School hour Mitch Mullenax is going to share about using small groups to grow the church. If you'd like to hear more meet in the fellowship hall, otherwise you are still welcome to participate in your Sunday School class. It's an optional meeting that may help us to better reach our community.
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
This past Sunday was a wonderful day of worship for us with all three services having a good number there. We looked at the resurrection of Jesus and what that means for believers and non-believers.
This Sunday, we'll consider more of the teachings of Jesus from Matthew 7. The theme is consistently living for the Lord.
[04/07/17] Palm Sunday or the day of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem? The question was and still is, "who is he?" This week we'll consider that question and others. The important question for you is "Do I believe and am I willing to follow him, even if it costs me everything?"
As we hear from the Word this morning, we'll be considering what our standards are, what they are based upon, and how they influence our lives. Our scripture comes from Matthew 7:1-6 (one of the most misunderstood scriptures in the Bible).
This evening we will be worshipping with other community churches at the Life Center at 6pm. This is our annual Easter service for Saint Pauls Area Ministries.
Today at Great Marsh church, we'll be considering the promises we make, the vows we take, and the words we use. Matthew 5:33-37 is our text.
This afternoon at 3, we will worship with the Pleasant Grove Church on Racepath Road in Fayetteville. We have moved our evening Bible study to this venue for this special time of worship with our friends.
We hope to see you at both services.
As we continue to consider Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, this Sunday we'll be looking at verses 21-32 of Matthew chapter 5. What is Sin? These verses will help us to understand the answer to this question and help us as we are confronted by the daily temptations to sin.
Again the evening Bible study, we will move "Onward" as we engage culture without losing the Gospel.
Does your life have purpose? Are you able to keep on track even when things don't go the way you wanted them to? Are you an encourager or a complainer? We're considering Scriptures that will bring purpose and growth to our lives this Sunday at both 8:30 and 11.
Sunday evening we'll be worshiping with our community during the late winter revival at Calvary Cornerstone church at 6pm.
Good morning! Today at 8:30 we'll look at Matthew 4:12-25 and see that Jesus lived a life of purpose. At 11 James Easter and the men of the church will lead us in worship. You will want to participate in both times of worship.
This evening, Mr Easter will once again lead in worship. We have a full day of blessing ahead, and look forward to seeing you there.
We're looking forward to tomorrow morning's worship at both 8:30 and 11. The message title is "Do You Have a Safe Space?" Psalm 4:8 answers our question as we consider where real safety comes from. Rock Hall will lead us in worship with a special song he'll be singing on God's amazing grace.
Tomorrow at 6 you will want to be present as we begin a study on confronting our culture with the Gospel.
We hope to see you for both our worship and Bible study.
Unfortunately we wil not be having either the Sunday morning worship nor the evening Bible study tomorrow. With the extremely cold temperatures following the little bit of precipitation, and after checking the entrances and parking lots we do not believe it is in the best interest of our members to conduct tomorrow's services.
We do encourage you to enjoy a time of family devotions and prayer. We recommend reading and discussing Ephesians 6:10-20 with your loved ones as you stay warm and safe.
[12/31/16] Remember that our annual watchnight service is at 8 pm this evening and that worship begins with Sunday School at 8:45am followed by New Year's Day woship at 10am. Rev. Bob Bangs will bring our message from Joshua chapter 5. You have our prayers for a great year in 2017.
[12/23/16] Saturday evening at 6 we'll worship at our annual Christmas Candlelight service. Sunday morning we'll worship at 10 with music, message, and the Lord's Supper. We look forward to worshiping on the actual day we celebrate His birth! Please take the time out of your day to remember the true reason for this Christmas.
On this second Sunday of Advent, our theme is faith.
As we continue the message series of "Salvation Stories," we will learn that the Lord provides for our needs as we follow His instructions. In preparing for Christmas day, we need to fully understand why Jesus came and these stories will help us to live lives that show God's great love for all people.
Our annual Christmas cantata will be presented at 6 pm and the music and message is a powerful reminder of why we Rejoice during this season.
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Holy Baptist: Sun. School 10:00 - Worship every Sunday @ 11:30 - Study time Wed. 7:00 pm
MISION: (Mateo 28:19-20) Por tanto, id, y haced discípulos a todas las naciones, bautizándolos en el nombre del Padre, y del Hijo, y del Espíritu Santo;
ALC is a vibrant church. You will experience heart-felt worship powerful prayer dynamic Biblical preaching and a touch of God. Sun 10:30 am Wednesday 7:30p
3800 NC Hwy 20 East St. Pauls, NC 28384
First Baptist Church of St. Pauls, NC is a southern Baptist Church established in 1910 for the purpose of ministering the Gospel to the town and surrounding communities of St. Pauls.
Located in Saint Pauls, NC, Hope Christian Church leads people into a growing relationship with God and gives them a voice of HOPE!
Contemporary Worship 8:30am Sunday School 10:00am Traditional Worship 11:00am Monday Night LIVE 6:00pm Wednesday Bible Study 11:00am
Affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention of North Carolina
Join the Conversation Sunday Mornings at 10 am in one of our 13 Bible School classes. Children ages 3 & up. Adult classes for all levels of study.
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