• a place to connect to God

    Worship services are often the front door through which people enter into a relationship with God. Our hope is that these times will be inspiring and encouraging. Plan a visit for this Sunday at 9 am informal) or 11 am traditional).

     

  • a place to connect with others

    We are committed to building relationships and growing together. Church is about more than sitting in rows on pews. It’s about helping one another follow in the way of Jesus Christ.

  • a place to serve others

    We are most like Jesus when we reach out to others with compassion and love. We are intentional about serving here in Barnesville, as well as using our gifts and time to help those far away with great need.

  • a place for YOU

    We wish that everyone knew how much God loves them. That's why we don't want to put any stumbling blocks in the way of anyone feeling welcome. 

informal worship in the fellowship hall

Informal at 9 am

You’ll want to come early for coffee and breakfast goodies! Enter at glass door, on the library side of the building, and follow the signs to the second floor.


This service has a casual vibe with no official or unofficial dress code. Whatever you wear, you will not be alone! 


Music is led by the CROSSROADS praise team. 

traditional worship in the santuary

Traditional at 11

Enter at the front steps at 375 Thomaston Street. You will be greeted by one of our ushers.

 

This service is rich with traditions like saying a creed and the Lord’s Prayer. Music is led by the chancel and handbell choirs. Settle your heart and mind as the organist opens the service with a prelude. Lean into the anticipation of hearing scripture, as acolytes bring in the light of Christ.

bringing together the best of  9 am and 11 am services

Occasional Celebrations

Whenever there’s a fifth Sunday, or a special occasion, we will bring together the best elements of each service to have one joyful creative service at 10:00 am in the Sanctuary. 


The next combined services are Buggy Days worship (at the Buggy Days stage) on September 22, and a combined service September 29 with the annual chili cook-off.