Worship Each Week
Sunday Morning Worship
We meet each Sunday morning for worship at 10:30am, beginning with singing service and followed by preaching service around 11:00am. Our worship consists of simple acapella singing, prayer, and preaching from the word of God.
On 1st and 3rd Sundays, we have a fellowship lunch around noon, immediately following the morning worship service.
Wednesday Evening Worship
Macedonia Church meets in Starkville, MS each Wednesday night at 6:00pm for a joint Primitive Baptist weekly fellowship meeting. The fellowship meeting meets for worship at the New Covenant Church building in Starkville. Click here for more information and directions.
Church Bible Study
On the 1st and 3rd Thursday nights of each month at 6:00pm, we meet in the homes of church members for a Bible study of God’s word. The location for the Bible study may change so please contact us if you desire to attend.
Nursing Home Bible Study
On the 1st Monday of each month at 1:00pm, we meet for a Bible Study at the Winston County Medical Center Nursing Home at 17550 E Main St, Louisville, MS 39339. We sing songs and share God’s word with these elderly senior citizens to encourage them each month.
Macedonia hosts an annual fellowship meeting on the 4th weekend in February. This is an open meeting where we have visiting ministers and members from the area and abroad come to worship with us throughout the weekend. Services typically begin on Saturday at 10:00am – with morning and afternoon worship services that day – with services concluding with regular Sunday morning worship.
Macedonia hosts an annual anniversary meeting on the 2nd weekend in November. We typically invite a visiting minister to preach for us throughout the weekend. Services typically begin on Saturday at 10:00am – with morning and afternoon worship services that day – and services concluding with regular Sunday morning worship and communion.
Macedonia observes the Lord’s Supper and communion service twice a year, typically the 1st Sunday in May and the 2nd Sunday in November. Our church members – and all other visiting baptized members of the Primitive Baptist faith – partake of the ordinances of the church established by Jesus: partaking of unleavened bread and wine, and washing of the saints’ feet.