What to Expect

What to Expect

What are Poplar Springs Baptist Church’s Affiliations?

PSBC is a member of the Greater Cleveland County Baptist Association and the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. We are an autonomous congregation, which also supports both the Southern Baptist Convention and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.

Where Do I Park?

Parking is available in front of the church Sanctuary on Poplar Springs Church Road and outside our Family Life Center behind the Sanctuary.

Where do I go for Sunday Morning Worship?

Most worship services at PSBC are held in the Sanctuary. To access the Sanctuary, enter through the double doors nearest Poplar Springs Church Road directly under the steeple.

Where do I go for Sunday School?

PSBC has a variety of Sunday School options. Any of our greeters would be happy to assist you in finding the right class for you and your family.

What should I Wear to Sunday School or the Worship Service?

On any given Sunday, congregation members can be found wearing anything from their Sunday best to casual dress. Anyone visiting PSBC should feel free to wear whatever is comfortable for them.

What Style of Bible Teaching Should I Expect?

The scriptures are approached with reverence and taught with a focus on relevance and practicality. Jesus taught using stories, applications, and examples. Though He was God in the flesh and possessed all knowledge, He didn’t speak over the heads of His listeners. At Poplar Springs, the teaching of the scriptures will hopefully appeal to head and heart (and maybe even your funny bone). Together, we will struggle with the scriptures with the realization that the one teaching does not possess all knowledge…God does.

Will My Children Be Welcome in the Worship Service?

Your child will always be welcome in any of our worship services. However, we do offer a nursery for infants through age four during services, and children four years through second grade are invited to attend Children’s Church.  Those going to children’s church exit worship together with their leaders prior to the sermon.