Weekly Announcements (11/17)

Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes:   We have shoeboxes available for pickup in the Welcome Area. These are used to provide much needed materials to children across the world. Please grab a shoebox and fill it up. All shoeboxes are due back to the church on November 17.     


Harvest Supper:   We will have our annual Harvest Supper on Sunday, November 17 at 6:00 pm. Please bring a soup or some sandwiches and join us for a time of thanksgiving and fellowship. We will have Jerry and Jess Rogers with us for live music!


Reverb 2019:   Our students will be attending Word of Life Reverb the night of November 22. This is an all night event that takes place in several places in Atlanta. The cost is $45 per student.  


Church Conference:   Our next church conference will be Sunday, December 1 at 6:00 pm.


Thanksgiving Schedule:   There will be no Wednesday evening services on November 27. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!


Christmas Parades:   We will be walking in both the Franklin and Roopville Parades this year to promote One Night in Bethlehem. The Franklin Parade is December 6 at 6:00 PM. The Roopville Parade will be December 7 at 5:00 PM. We hope that you will join us! Se Crystal Rood with any questions. 


One Night in Bethlehem:   The dates for One Night in Bethlehem 2019 have officially been announced! Come join us December 13-15 from 6:00pm - 8:30pm for a walking tour through Bethlehem as it may have been 2,000 years ago. This is a free event! Please sign up to volunteer so that we can make this a great event!

Our Story

In 1902 Mr. Mitchell Andrews, with the help of his sons, built the first meeting house at Glenloch.  It was one room about 40 feet wide and 60 feet in length.  He was paid either three to four hundred dollars to complete the job. The church and the community grew and prospered over the years. 


In the summer of 1949, the old meeting house was torn down and a new one was built on the same site.  The church used mostly volunteer labor with a foreman and two other paid carpenters.  The church was built for the sum of about three thousand dollars.  The new church was dedicated on Sunday, October 9th, 1949.


Renovations of the sanctuary, as well as the construction of new buildings, took place from the the 1950's through the 1990's. Our current sanctuary was built in 2010 and continues to be the meeting place for our Sunday morning worship. Reverend Neil Awbrey has been the Pastor of Glenloch Baptist Church since 2000.