But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin.

1 John 1:7

Family Nights

Our church has family night on occasion as noted on the church calendar. All members and guest are invited to eat supper with us from 6:15 to 7:15. The regular Wednesday night Prayer service begins at 7:30. Family night usually has a guest speaker.

Men's Fellowship

The men and boys of our church meet once a month as noted on the church calendar for fellowship, food, singing, and a devotional. Donations from this fellowship are used to support a missionary.

Senior Adult Fellowship

Adults of our church aged 50 and above meet once a month as noted on the church calendar for dinner, food, singing, and a devotional and then once a month for a similar luncheon.

Men's Prayer Time ("2nd Mile Prayer Meeting")

Our men and boys briefly meet in the church auditorium each Saturday night at 6:00 for individual prayer time. The primary purpose is to pray for the upcoming Sunday services with special emphasis on people finding Christ as their Lord and Saviour. This informal time of prayer allows each individual to determine the amount of time he needs to spend in prayer.

The songwriter of old, George Atkins, penned the words to the song "Holy Manna" which says "Brethren, we have met to worship and adore the Lord our God;Will you pray with all your power, while we try to preach the Word? All is vain unless the Spirit of the Holy One comes down; Brethren, pray, and holy manna will be showered all around."


Each year, our church hosts a meeting for men and boys to get together and hear preaching from God's word. This service is attended by the men's groups from several surrounding churches.

Churchwide Visitation

Our church has church-wide visitation weekly as noted on the church calendar. We visit shut-ins, the sick, visitors, and those with specific spiritual needs. We are grateful that many people have come to know the Lord from such visits by our members. To God be the glory!

Missionary Letter Writing

Our church members are encouraged to write personal letters to our missionarys located all over the world. This is done not only using the mail service but also using email via the Missions page. These letters are a great inspiration to our missionaries as noted by the response we get from them. Such letters allow us to better know our missionaries and pray for their respective ministries.

Preacher's Appreciation Service

Each year, our church hosts a "Preacher's Appreciation Service" where we provide supper for our invited guests. During the service, we honor each preacher and his wife who are in attendance with special gifts. Our church family considers this service to be one of the highlights of our year. We are thankful for those in the ministry for our Lord who "earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints." (Jude 1:3).

Low Country Fellowship

Each month, Independent Baptist Churches, located from the midlands to the lower part of our state, meet together for fellowship around the preaching of God's Word. Our purpose is to encourage the sister churches of the fundamentalist position. We are blessed to have a great group of preachers and churches who value and participate in the fellowship annually. Gantt Street Baptist Church hosts the meeting on the second Monday of October. The public is invited to attend.

Mother's Day Recognition

"Who can find a virtuous woman?
for her price is far above rubies."
Proverbs 31:10

Each Mothers' Day, our church honors the women of our church with a special breakfast (cooked by the men) and with various gifts. Also, our church selects a virtuous woman and honors her as "Mother of the Year". She is presented a plaque and a gift by our pastor during the morning service. Also, in the evening service on Mother's Day, we traditionally have a parent dedication for those blessed of God with new babies during the past year.