Our God … The god of the popular mind and of many a present-day pulpit is an object of pity rather than awe inspiring reverence. To say that Christ died to save the whole human race, and yet believe that the majority of men are lost and will spend eternity in Hell, is to say that God is disappointed, dissatisfied and defeated. This concept of a dethroned and degraded God is not worthy of thinking worshipping men. The God of the Bible, our God, the Lord Jesus Christ, is absolutely sovereign. He does whatsoever he will “in the army of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth:” (Daniel 4:35). He is not a beggar pleading with men to accept Him – but a ruling Lord who has “made us accepted in the beloved.” (Ephesians 1:6) He is not frustrated by the sins of men; for as the Most High He has said “I have spoken it, I will bring it to pass; I have purposed it, I will also do it.” (Isaiah 46:11) He is the unchangeable, supreme, holy God and sovereign in all his attributes.
Our Worship … When it comes to the worship service, we desire to be as old as the New Testament. We want to include in our worship service only those things which are prescribed in the writings of the apostles. Those things are singing, praying, and preaching. The purpose of our meeting together is to praise and adore Jesus Christ and to instruct the people of God. The feeling is sincerity; the form is simplicity. The man-made organizations and activities that so often hinder the believer from properly serving his Lord are absent. We have found that the plain, pure worship given to the early church is quite sufficient to meet the issues of today.
Our Fellowship … The heart of a child of God longs for others of a kindred spirit to share the joys and sorrows of this pilgrim journey. Pulaski Church fills this need for a small band of baptized believers. The fellowship is warm, genuine, and lasting. One of the evidences that a person is born of God is that he mourns over his sins and senses his need for the Savior. Although a person of this nature feels unworthy of God’s mercy, he longs for the blessings of God. If this is your condition, we warmly invite you to visit our congregation.
We believe you will find us …
… REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT
(edited from pamphlet by Bethany Primitive Baptist Church, Atlanta Ga.)