What should I wear?
We do not have a specific dressed code. Most of our members dress casually. So, feel free to wear whatever you’re most comfortable in. We simply ask politely that you dress modestly and be considerate of others when you join us for worship.
Does the church have parking spaces for visitors?
Yes! The church has a big parking lot with plenty of spaces available for both members and visitors.
Do you have something for my children?
Yes! We offer multiple opportunities for spiritual development and service for every age. To find out more about our programs for children, middle school, high school, and young adults.
How do I become a member?
If you’re ready to join our dynamic family of believers, please contact the church office either by phone (508-761-5142) or by email (SeekonkMBC@verizon.net) to sign up for pre-membership classes with the pastor. These classes are held as needed.
Do I have to be a member to get involved?
Memorial Baptist welcomes all men, women, and children to be our guests in services, Bible studies, men’s and women’s groups and auxiliary groups. As friends of our ministry, you are welcome to become familiar with what we do and teach. However, to become actively involved in leading a ministry, we ask that you become a member and then attend our New Members classes so that you can better understand who we are and what we believe as a church.
I want to serve at Memorial Baptist Church. How do I get involved?
We are excited that you desire to serve God with us. To let us know how you’d like to serve Christ by serving others, please feel free to give us a call at 508-761-5142, or email us at SeekonkMBC@verizon.net
When should I contact the pastor?
Pastoral ministry is vital to our pastor. Rev. Demosthenes is always happy to hear from you. Below is a list of suggestions, in case you’re wondering when it’s ok to call. These are just suggestions, so if in doubt, call anyway! Call if:
- You want to get to know the pastor and you don’t really know who he is
- You have concerns about biblical or theological issues and are searching to deepen your relationship with God
- You need a sympathetic ear and a sounding board for life’s trials and tribulations (including, but not restricted to jobs, children, marriage, relationship)
- You need support when you are going into the hospital or to inform me when you or someone else in the church is in the hospital
- You are experiencing grief with the loss of a close person or a critically ill person
- You are planning a wedding
- You wish to have a child baptized
- You are interested in joining the church
- You have suggestions about church programs or if you’d like to volunteer in the church
- You have questions about issues addressed in a sermon
- You’d like the pastor to come and visit; or if you know of someone who would like a visit from him
- You have a complaint about the pastor or anyone else on staff. We welcome constructive criticism, it helps us improve our service and correct things we may not see
- You need to discuss community issues
This list can go on! In short, do not hesitate to contact Rev. Demosthenes. The people are the church and Rev. Demosthenes views his ministry as a position of guidance and support to enable the church to grow closer to God as individuals and as a community of believers.