Marshall Baptist Church
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Serving the Lord is the focus of all of our ministries, as we use our God-given gifts to serve others and thereby serve God. There are many different ministries in which you can be involved at Marshall Baptist Church, and we invite you to find a ministry in which you can serve. In the information to the right, you can see the many opportunities available for you to be involved in and serve.
WORSHIP & MUSIC
In our traditional worship services at Marshall, there are many opportunities to worship through music. Our choir led by Dwight Melton prepares music for every week and performs contatas for both Christmas and Easter each year.
Special music is provided by both individuals and groups in the church, and they are often accompanied by our talented musicians on the organ and piano.
CHILDREN'S AND YOUTH MINISTRIES
There are mutliple ministries for children at Marshall, including Sunday School classes for all ages, children's church during the Sunday morning service, and Awana ministries on Wednesday nights during the school year. Vacation Bible School is also usually offered in the summer, with many of our youth helping organize this popular week!
Our thriving youth group is very active, meeting on Wednesday nights under the leadership of Nathan and Heidi Seawell. Through the Wednesday night services and through activities on weekends, the youth study God's word and learn how to apply it in their daily lives. They also help out with the younger children's ministries and many of them attend camp in the summer.
There are many different ministries to be involved in at Marshall! Sunday school is offered to all ages, and we provide many different options for adults. See our Sunday School page for a full listing of Sunday School classes.
There are both Men's and Women's groups that are active in the church, offering different ways for each gender to connect with each other, from meals to retreats and other activities. For our older members, we have the Prime Timers group, which meets at different restaurants for meals and also sometimes takes longer trips together.
Our youth group ministers at a local nursing home on some Sunday mornings before the main service, singing to and talking with the residents who are not able to attend a church. Other groups in the church often go to the nursing home to minister in song to the residents.
Some men of the church also minister in the local detention center, preaching to the inmates and witnessing to those who are searching for the truth they can find in God's word.
Though we have many missionaries in foreign fields spreading the gospel, we also believe that we have a responsibility to witness to those around us right here in Winston-Salem, so we have multiple opportunities to go witness at different locations in Winston and the surrounding area.