Welcome Weary Traveler!
Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church of Martin, TN is the oldest, continuously meeting, congregation in Weakley county. Constituted on June 19th, 1824, Macedonia still meets every Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for our regular worship service. We often have Lunch together on the 1st Sunday of each month after our service, and our regular conference is every 3rd Sunday of each month. Macedonia is a haven of rest for the weary Christian traveler's soul. Like the cities of refuge in Old Testament times, Macedonia is a place of safety and rest in a world full of restless religion.
Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church is a true New Testament Church of Jesus Christ, and we humbly stand on the foundation of God's Sovereign Grace! We preach and teach that eternal salvation comes to the poor weary sinner through the imputed righteousness of Christ, and by Him alone! We also teach that since God has called us out of darkness into His light, we should live our lives for His honor and not our own!
At Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church we have a God honoring, family-integrated, worship. From the very least to the greatest, young or old, all are welcome to attend. Our worship is very simple, yet a joy to take part in. Our services consist of praise in song, prayer, and preaching. These are the same basic things that took place in the first century church of the Bible, and still take place today at Macedonia Church. Please come and join us for worship, we would be honored to have you as our guest!
May God bless you,
Elder David Scarbrough, Pastor
Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. (Jeremiah 6:16)
Please come and celebrate the 200th Anniversary of Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church in Martin, TN.
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Ordination service for Brother Adam Hollis to the Office of Deacon. September 15, 2019.
Visiting ministers at the Ordination service for Bro. David Scarbrough, October 3rd, 2010.