Each of our Sunday School classes at Greensburg Baptist Church is arranged in a small group setting. With a relatively small class size, you are able to easily get to know the other members of your class. We have classes that span from the nursery through Senior adults. There is a place for you!
At the present time, we are also doing a small group study on Wednesday nights of the book “Spiritual Disciplines For The Christian Life” by Donald S. Whitney. Each Wednesday night, we meet as group in room 204 (on the middle level of the church) for a ten minute high level overview of the material that we will be covering for that night. After that, we split into small groups for more detailed discussions. Each of our small groups on Wednesday night has a small group leader that facilitates the discussion.
We offer a wide variety of ministry activities for children from birth through the 5th grade! Although we have lots of fun through the Children’s Ministry at Greensburg Baptist Church, our main goal is to teach children about Jesus Christ and to see them one day give their lives to Him!
On Sunday mornings, we offer Sunday School classes for children beginning with the Nursery, and we have Sunday School classes for each age group for children through the 5th grade. As our worship service begins, all children (with the exception of the nursery) are in the sanctuary. Shortly after we receive our morning offering, any child who is 4 years old or below may participate in our children’s church activities. This is an opportunity for children to have a snack and to also learn a Bible story and to participate in activities for the conclusion of the morning Worship hour. Our Sunday School begins at 9 a.m. central and our morning worship service begins at 10 a.m. central.
On Sunday evenings, our children meet in the Christian Life Center (CLC) for AWANA. This kicks off with a meal at 5:30 p.m. central. AWANA begins at 5:55 p.m. each Sunday evening.
On Wednesday evenings, we begin with a meal at 5:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall area on the middle floor of the church. After the meal, the children go to the children’s wing on the lower level. This is a fun and educational evening for the children that includes a Bible story, music, and crafts.
In addition, each year we have a children’s Christmas play.
Our Youth Ministry serves students who are in the 6th grade through the 12th grade.
On Wednesday nights, the Youth Ministry meets in the Christian Life Center (CLC). The CLC is open beginning at 5 p.m. central. Students are welcome to shoot basketball or to just hang out with your friends prior to the service starting.
Each Wednesday night, we eat at 5:30 p.m. central – so come hungry. After the meal, we have a message at 6 p.m. central. After the message, we play anything from basketball to a variety of other games and activities.
On Sunday night, we have a meal at 5:30 p.m. central in the CLC. After that, we walk over to the church for either a lesson or a small group study. Our small groups are divided as follows: middle school boys, middle school girls, high school boys, and high school girls. Each group has their own leader and it is a time to go deeper in your faith.
If you are looking to get serious about your relationship with Christ, come check us out!
We love our senior adults at Greensburg Baptist Church. We have a very active senior adult group that is called “Hillclimbers.” This group schedules various activities throughout the entire year. It is a lot of fun. This group is open to any senior adult who would like to participate.
Greensburg Baptist Church is committed to the Acts 1:8 model: “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
We have translated this command from Jesus into the context of our own situation in order to focus our mission strategy here in our Jerusalem (Greensburg), Judea (the State of Kentucky), Samaria (the United States of America), and to the ends of the earth (the world).
Here is a list of some of our past mission projects:
United States of America
We have a very active WMU. This is a missions organization that exists for the purpose of challenging Christian believers to understand and be radically involved in the mission of God. The WMU educates and involves preschoolers, children, students, and adults in the cause of Christian missions.