Grace Baptist Church of Saline County gathers every Sunday morning for Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. and Worship at 10:00 a.m.
We meet in the Hurricane Creek Plaza at 21941 Interstate 30 South, in Bryant, Arkansas.
Our Sunday School is an inductive study and group discussion through a book of the Bible and is led by our pastor. We spend about 45 minutes in a circle with our Bibles in our laps, drinking coffee and discussing what the Bible says and how the Scriptures apply to our lives. We are currently studying our way through the book of First John.
Our worship service may seem a little old fashioned to some. We sing hymns together and strive to select songs that are doctrinally accurate and filled with Scripture and Scriptural principals. Most of the hymns we sing are traditional and found in the old Baptist hymnals, but there are numerous, more recent hymns that we love and sing, as well.
In addition to singing and preaching, every Lord’s Day worship service contains the public reading of Scripture, a corporate confession of faith or a responsive reading, and public prayer.
We believe in and practice expositional preaching. In other words, our pastor typically begins preaching a book of the Bible and preaches all the way through it, but we’re not legalistic about it. Don’t be surprised to hear an incarnation sermon at Christmas, a resurrection sermon at Easter, and other topical sermons at appropriate times. We are currently preaching through Paul’s letter to the Galatians.
Thank you for taking time to visit our website. We hope you will join with us soon to worship our resurrected Lord Jesus!