Music Ministry

Have you ever considered how Mark 12:30 is directly related to our worship to God? Jesus was asked what the greatest commandment was. In response, he said, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength." Jesus’ response was one that calls us to a true worship experience and an encounter with God by responding to Him willfully (heart), emotionally (soul), intellectually (mind), and physically (strength). 

We were made to worship. A recent Chris Tomlin song declares that "you and I were made to worship, you and I were called to love…" We are so blessed at Memorial Baptist to have the opportunity to worship and express our love to God together each and every week. We express our worship to Him in many ways including the sacrifices of praise through songs, hymns, drama, scripture, spoken word, and prayer - and each of these elements is vital to help us experience authentic worship.

There are many ways that you can express your worship to God at Memorial Baptist. Our choir, praise team, and orchestra are meeting regularly and we encourage you to prayerfully consider joining us. If you would like more information, please contact the church office.

Senior Adults

Senior adults are the foundation of Memorial Baptist Church.  They help make MBC one of the most generous and loving churches in Green Country!  In addition to our worship service on Sunday mornings, seniors can experience a wide variety of events and ministries to be involved in such as:

Sunday Morning Bible Study from 10-11 AM

Sunday Evening Bible Study from 6-7 PM

"Fresh Bread" Wednesday Morning Bible Study from 10:30-11:30 AM

Wednesday Fellowship Dinner at 5 PM

Wednesday Evening Prayer and Bible Study from 6-7 PM

Monthly "Fellowship Club" which features a pot-luck lunch and guest speaker

Monthly Adult Game Night featuring homemade goodies and games in Fellowship Hall

Frequent Senior Adult trips

Questions or comments?  Contact Donna Berryhill, Senior Adult Minister, through the church office at 918.744.0079 or

Deacon Ministry

The deacon ministry at Memorial is open to men 21 and older who have given evidence in their speech and behavior that they are committed to following Christ. The deacon ministry consists of four components:

  1. Deacon Emeritus. These are ordained men who for a variety of reasons are no longer able to fully serve in all aspects of deacon ministry and have effectively "retired" from active status.
  2. Elected Deacons. This is a body of 15 ordained men who are elected by the church for three- year terms. Those terms are staggered so that 1/3 of the elected group rotates into non-elected status each year. These men meet monthly with the pastoral staff to review the spiritual and physical status and needs of the church and to make decisions, where appropriate, to deal with those needs.
  3. Non-elected Deacons. This is the entire body of ordained men who have not chosen emeritus status and are not part of the 15 elected men. These men are still active in serving on the Deacon of the Week team, Wednesday night security and are available as needed at the call of the Deacon chairman or Senior Pastor.
  4. Deacon-In-Training. These are non-ordained men who are serving a one-year training period designed to determine if they and the church believe they should be ordained as a Deacon. Candidates to be selected for the deacon-in-training program or the elected body of 15 are annually nominated from either the church membership at large or from the Deacon Body itself. The qualifications for deacon ministry are as contained in the Scripture in I Timothy 3:8-13.