This Week, October 12th – 18th

Quote of the Week: “We maintain that Christ was not only predicted but also promised to the fathers and by His grace were saved under the Old Testament no less than we are saved under the New.” –Francis Turretin (1623-1687).

Wednesday, October 14th, 6:30 p.m.:  Mid-week Prayer Meeting.  Our devotion this week will examine briefly No Other Name: The Redeemer of God’s Elect,” from our studies from A Puritan Catechism.  Immediately following the prayer meeting and devotion, we will have our regular business meeting.

Thursday, October 15th: The Sovereign Grace Baptist Pastor’s Fellowship will take place at Vineland Park Baptist Church in Hueytown, Alabama.  Contact information can be found at this link,

Saturday, October 17th, 1:00 p.m.: “The Sounds of Sovereign Grace” radio broadcast can be heard every Saturday afternoon on Grace Radio WGRW, 90.7 FM.  This is a ministry outreach of Sovereign Grace Baptist Church, taught by Brother John Hunter, and now, with occasional teaching from Brother Jon Cardwell.

Sunday morning, October 18th, 11:00 a.m.:  Brother John Hunter will be preaching during the morning service.  Communion will be served at the Lord’s Table immediately following the service.  We will continue in our study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans the following Sunday, October 25th as we will begin Romans 5.

Sunday prayer meeting is held in the nursery prior to the evening service on 5:30 p.m.

Sunday evening, October 11th, 6:00 p.m.:  We will continue our study in the Gospel of John, picking up our study where we left off in John 7.

Sunday school classes for children, youth, and adults will begin at 9:45 a.m.

The Children’s Sunday school are for those under 12 years of age.  Kathy Hunter, wife of our elder and missionary John Hunter, teaches the children Bible truth using flanel graphic presentation, Scripture memorization, followed by a craft that reinforces the lessons learned.  Following singing of praises and choruses in the sanctuary, classes are held in the educational room of our building.

Youth Sunday school classes are for those young people attending grades 7-12 or are ages 12-17.  The youth class includes prayer, catechism recitation and memorization, and the verse-by-verse reading and study of Scripture.  Brother Jon Cardwell teaches this class, and currently, we are studying the Gospel According to Luke.  Following singing of praises and choruses in the sanctuary, classes are held in the pastor’s office behind the church building.

Adult Sunday school classes are held in the sanctuary.

Don’t forget: our weekly sermons can be heard and downloaded from the Internet at no charge on