There are many ways you can be connected at PSBC. The local church provides many opportunities to grow in your relationship to Christ and also provides places for you to serve. Browse through each of our ministry sections to see where you can use your God-given gifts in service.
Our ministry team is devoted to partnering with you in helping your children develop an exciting and growing relationship with God!
Our facilities are safe, fun, and inviting for families and children. We want to help you and your family to feel comfortable and relaxed while you’re with us. Let us know how we can help you.
The Student Ministry at PSBC is an exciting place to be. We offer programs on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.
Poplar Springs is just 3.5 miles from UNG Gainesville, and our church loves college students and young adults.
Our College & Career ministry is an open and active community of young adults who gather together with friends to deepen our faith and experience life together. You’ll find a warm time of fellowship, honest discussion, and a place to grow together with other Christians.
The mission of Poplar Springs is to reach, teach, and serve our surrounding area. Our Adult Ministries are in place to pursue that mission. Find out where you can plug in by reviewing all that’s available.
Martin Luther said that “Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” It is a privilege and an honor to be able to use music as part of our worship of a Holy God and His Son, Jesus Christ. The Sunday Morning Worship service is a time where we can come together as a body of believers to glorify God, to encourage each other through our worship, and to testify to what God has done through His Son, Jesus.
There are a number of ways you can be involved in our Music & Worship Ministry at PSBC.
Poplar Springs has a heart for reaching the lost through missions. Here are some of the ways that PSBC is fulfulling the Great Commision by being witnesses “in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”