Griffith Memorial

Baptist Church

Going...Growing...Giving

in the name of Jesus Christ!

 

 



Griffith Memorial Baptist Church

Committed to

Evangelism, Discipleship, Fellowship, and Worship


Menu
December 07
Fried Chicken
Baked Chicken
Mashed Potatoes
Fried Okra

December 14

Meat Loaf
 Baked Chicken
English Peas
Corn

December 21
Chicken Spaghetti
Baked Chicken
Carrots
Lima Beans

December 28
No Supper


*menu subject to change*

Wednesdays
6:30 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS


Extreme Winter Conference
Gatlinburg
December 27-29

D-NOW
February 10-11, 2017
December 10, 2016
Whitfield Mission Lunch
9:00 am
December 13, 2016
Dinner Bell
McComb, MS







Church Offices Closed
December 26 - January 1st

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
begins
November 27, 2016
Church goal
$9500.00



              Welcome to

                our website!


 

We are glad you stopped by to take a look at some of the things that are happening in the Griffith Memorial family. While a website can't give you the full experience of all that it means to be a part of a church family, I do hope that you will get a feel for who we are and what we are about.

 

Since 1907, Griffith Memorial Baptist Church has been a beacon of light to the community in which it resides. Griffith Memorial is a family and a body of believers who strive to love God, love others, and feel God’s love. The congregation of Griffith Memorial strives to be a witness of God’s amazing grace.

 

The staff and members of Griffith would like to invite others to take advantage of the many opportunities to serve the Lord and others at GMBC. I pray and believe that all who enter the halls of this fantastic church will find a family of believers at Griffith Memorial to be warm, inviting, friendly, and loving. There is a place for all at Griffith Memorial Baptist Church.

 

            So, please take a look around and, if Griffith Memorial Baptist Church is where the Lord is calling you to serve, please come and join us!  We are located in the south Jackson/Byram area at 5275 Terry Road.

 

In His Loving Grip,