Elder Ronnie Loudermilk, Pastor

Meeting Sunday Mornings at 10:30am


Welcome to the Union Grove Primitive Baptist Church website! Thank you for taking the time to look around and discover who we are and what we believe. My name is Ronnie B. Loudermilk and I feel abundantly blessed to serve as pastor at Union Grove Primitive Baptist Church. I hope that you will enjoy reading the articles on our website; listening to the sermons; and learning more about Union Grove Church and the Primitive Baptists. While browsing through the information provided on our website, I trust that you will be comforted in the truth of Jesus Christ.

We meet Sunday mornings at 10:30 for worship in singing, praying and preaching of the gospel. We hope that you will be encouraged to visit us soon. When you visit, I believe you will find that Union Grove Primitive Baptist Church is a friendly, loving, and compassionate group of believers who are dedicated to worshipping the Lord as taught in the Bible.  You will hear the message of eternal salvation by grace and grace alone, while being instructed from the Word of God concerning the ups and downs of this life. I’m confident that you will feel at home just as I was the first time I came to Union Grove. In closing I will quote Philip in John 1:46, “Come and see.”

Enjoy, and please contact us if you have any questions.

Upcoming Meetings

5th Sunday in December

With the Lord’s blessing Union Grove Primitive Baptist Church will host the Bear Creek Association fifth weekend meeting in December 2019. Services begin Saturday, the 28th at 1:30 pm with no food being served and Sunday, the 29th at 10:00 am with lunch following. Elder Ric Stewart and Elder Will Martin have graciously agreed to […]

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Funeral Arrangements For Elder Newell Helms

Elder W. Newell Helms, age 87, went home to be with the Lord on November 21, 2019. Elder Helms faithfully served and pastored  Union Grove Primitive Baptist Church for 50 plus years. He was a loving pastor and known as a peacemaker. He will be greatly missed for years to come. He is survived by […]

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