The next Alpha Course will be starting Sunday, February 10th. We’d love to have you join us.

Knowing Christ & Making Christ Known


Georgia Plain Baptist Church is a family of believers in Jesus Christ that exists to know Christ and make Christ known.

Join us for worship!

Sundays at 10:30



Here's what to expect:

Parking: There is parking next to the church and across the street at the JMMY Center.

Accessibility: We have a wheelchair ramp to the front door, and there are spaces for a wheelchair in the back and in the front right side of the church.

Dress: Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. People come to church in a wide range of attire.

Worship: Our typical worship service consists of three basic parts: singing, prayer, and preaching. We sing a mixture of traditional hymns led on organ/piano and newer songs led on guitar. For prayer, we often have a time for anyone to share “joys and concerns.” During the sermon, a passage from the Bible is explained and applied to real life. On the first Sunday of each month we celebrate communion, or the Lord's Supper, which is open to anyone who is a believer in Jesus. 

Offering: Every week we collect an offering to support the ministry of the church and/or other missions. There is an invitation but no expectation or pressure to give. 

Time: Our worship services are 1 1/2 hours or under. 

Children: Kids are important to us. We have nursery care for children 3 and under during the second half of the service (the nursery is also open for the first half of the service, but not staffed). We usually have a "Children's Sermon," when the kids are invited to sit up front and hear a short message. After this, children through 2nd grade are invited downstairs for an activity during the sermon. When the weather is nice, they sometimes go outside during this time.

After worship we serve coffee and refreshments for anyone who would like to stay and talk. 

Other questions? Feel free to contact us.



Explore the history of Georgia Plain Baptist Church, read our statement of faith, and discover more about our denominational affiliation.


We welcome you to visit with us or contact us for more information.