Vidalia Old Line Primitive Baptist Church – Vidalia, Georgia

 

 

Vidalia Old Line Primitive Baptist Church

Member of the Original Upper Canoochee Association of Georgia

Pastor: Elder Joe Nettles

1304 N. Cheney Dr.

Vidalia, GA 30474

912-585-9025

joeandlauranettles@yahoo.com

Services: Every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Lunch on 1st and 5th Sundays.

Annual Meeting: 3rd Sunday weekend of May.

Directions: The church is located at the corner of 7th and Vann Streets in Vidalia, Georgia.

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Church Clerk

Dan Moore

5106 Thompson Pond Rd

Tarrytown, GA 30470

Mt. Gilead Primitive Baptist Church – Tennille, Georgia

Mount Gilead Primitive Baptist Church

It is our desire that we glorify our most holy God in our lives and in our worship. We believe in preaching as closely as possible to the standards found in the New Testament of the King James 1611 version of the Holy Bible, early church. We practice a cappella congregational singing of songs and hymns, public prayer and public preaching and teaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

At Mt. Gilead you will find a body of warm, caring believers that have a zeal of God and who want to praise and glorify God in their daily lives. We sincerely invite you to join us in our worship services and welcome you to visit our website often.

Please join us each Sunday morning at 10:30 and first and fourth Sunday evenings at 6:00. We encourage you to “come and see.” We think you will find warmth in our fellowship and a congregation that desires to serve the Lord not only in word and deed but in Truth.

154 Mt. Gilead Rd
Tennille, GA 31089

Elder Kenneth Brantley – Pastor

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Bethany Primitive Baptist Church – Tucker, Georgia

Bethany Primitive Baptist Church

Every Lord’s Day at Bethany Primitive Baptist Church, a group of common, yet devout people congregate to honor and celebrate the Lord Jesus Christ in public worship. In an attempt to model the simplicity of devotion and life that characterized the first-century church, our form of worship includes the a capella congregational singing of hymns and spiritual songs, public prayer, and the proclamation of the word of God. In a day when life is so complex, we find this simple and artless way of New Testament worship wonderfully refreshing.

Though we are not a perfect church, we believe that God has given us a treasure for which others are searching. Perhaps you find yourself on a quest for Biblical Christianity. May we invite you to consider the message we proclaim? The following features, when put together as a composite whole, characterize the emphasis of our fellowship.

3150 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Tucker, Georgia 30084
(770) 939-1631

Elder Lonnie Mozingo, Jr. – Pastor

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Nancy Creek Primitive Baptist Church – Atlanta, Georgia

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Nancy Creek Primitive Baptist Church

At Nancy Creek Primitive Baptist Church, we worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, following the pattern of simplicity found in His birth, life, death, and resurrection. As we magnify the Lord and exalt His name together, we actively seek individuals to join us in our thanksgiving to the Lord.

Constituted in 1824, we are one of the oldest church congregations in the metro Atlanta area.  Nonetheless, we pursue the will of our sovereign, eternal, unchangeable God with a freshness, vigor, and joy unspeakable.   Our church consists of people who love the Lord and come together to serve Him.

Elder Royce Beal – Pastor

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Dallas Primitive Baptist Church – Dallas, Georgia

Dallas Primitive Baptist Church

Victor Halbgewachs, Deacon
350 Highway 61 SW
Cartersville, GA  30120

Elder Don Farris, Pastor

From the intersection of Hwy 61 and Hwy 278 at Dallas, GA, go west on Hwy 278 one mile to Seaboard Drive, turn right, go to second building on left and then to unit 506 in the building.

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Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church – McDonough, GA

Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church

The Lord Jesus Christ designed His church to  showcase His breathtaking beauty. It is here that His people gather from various individual walks to unite their hearts in a corporate expression of worship. It is here that sinners find hope in the Great Captain of their salvation. It is here that God manifests His glory in the message that “salvation belongeth unto the Lord” (Psalm 3.8).

At Fellowship Church, we share a passion for a life of faith focused on the Lord Jesus. We desire to yield ourselves wholly to Him, for He is the only source for true satisfaction and joy. We exalt Him in worship and serve Him through ministry to others and in the propagation of the gospel.

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We welcome you to worship with us, and invite you to join our relentless pursuit of the King of Kings.

Jerry M. Hunt Jr. -Pastor

520 Plantation Road

McDonough GA  30252

(678) 432-9533

Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church – Newborn, Georgia

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Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church

We believe Jesus Christ is the One true God and He is our only hope of eternal salvation. We’re located just off Highway 229 on Shoal Creek Church Rd. in Newborn, Georgia. We invite all to come and worship with us. Our services are refreshingly simple. We meet for our regular services every Sunday morning at 10:30, every second and fourth Sunday night at 6:00 for Bible Study (on the first and third Sunday evenings, we minister to our members who are in nursing homes) and on Wednesday nights at 7:30

Elder Jimmy Fulmer – Pastor

Directions: Traveling I-20 from Atlanta, take exit 98 onto Hwy 11. Turn south heading toward Monticello. Proceed 1 and a quarter miles to 4-way stop and turn left onto US 278. Go one quarter mile and turn right onto County Road 229. Follow CR 229 for 5.4 miles. The church will be on the left up the hill and may be difficult to see from the road when the trees have leaves.

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