Bible Studies

  • Wednesday Nights from 6:00pm - 7:00pm. Meets in the Fellowship Hall.
  • Sunday Nights from 6:00pm - 7:00pm. Meets in the Fellowship Hall.
  • We have discipleship groups available during the week. For more information on those groups click here


If you are looking for a place to come in and be discipled during the week this is a great place to plug in. You can speak to Pastor Neil or email him here with any questions.


The WMU provides another opportunity for women within the church, regardless of age, to grow and serve along side one another within our own church body, our community, and throughout the world. Email us here for more information.  


Q. How do I become a member at Glenloch?

A: The Bible calls us to identify publicly with the local church (a). Through this fellowship, we receive strength for daily living. We also begin to discover and use our gifts and talents for serving God and others.

We receive members in a few different ways.

1. Profession of Faith and Baptism. You can speak personally with the Pastor or another minister about your faith and the meaning and qualifications for Baptism at the end of a service, or by appointment.

2. Letter You are able to join by transfer of your letter from a local church of similar belief and practice. The church secretary can help you in getting you letter if needed. If you don't have a letter, you can join by a statement of faith. 

3. Statement You can join us by making a statement of faith affirming saving faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and being Baptized by immersion.

Q: How do I join or make a commitment to Christ?

A: If you would like to join the church you should come to the front of the sanctuary during the invitation on Sunday morning and share your decision with the Pastor, or make him aware of your desire to meet with him or another minister to discuss membership of a commitment to Christ privately. 

Q: What happens next?

A: Each new member is encouraged to go through a new member orientation following their uniting with the congregation. This is a time that we are able to discuss with you the belief and vision of the Church, as well as discipleship opportunities available as you now pursue Christ with us.