Young Adult Ministry (YAM):

At Cedar Street Baptist Church, we want to continue to equip college students and young professionals to proclaim the gospel and reflect the kingdom of Christ in all they do. Our Young Adult Ministry (YAM) meets the first two Sunday nights of every month for a fellowship meal and Bible study. This ministry seeks to provide encouragement, support, and accountability as our young adults fulfill the mission of Christ in our community and beyond.


Men's Ministry:

The Brotherhood ministry at CSBC offers men several opportunities to learn, grow, and serve through weekly Bible studies, monthly fellowship dinners, and annual missions outreach in our community to fulfill the Great Commission. Our men strive to be the hands and feet of Christ to the widowed, orphaned, and outcast through local missions that include the Brotherhood Christmas project, the Lovely Ladies Banquet, Nursing home visits, and various small construction projects throughout Candler County.


Women's Ministry:

The Women’s ministry of CSBC offers ladies several opportunities for support and service through Bible
studies, fellowship events, and missional outreach throughout the year. Our ladies help to lead our church in various mission projects such as Christmas Backpacks, Lottie Moon, and Annie Armstrong Missions.


Senior Adult Ministry:

The Golden Agers is our senior adult ministry at Cedar Street Baptist Church, providing our members
with the opportunity to serve and pursue Christ into their golden years. This ministry proves that one never retires from missions and pursuing God through all stages of life. Our senior adults have fellowship lunches, engage in Bible studies, visit with our shut-in members, and help families in need by collecting food and clothing items.


Nursing Home Ministry:  At Cedar Street Baptist Church, we believe it is the duty of the church to visit with those who are either homebound or live in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and encourage them with the good news of Christ. The first Sunday of every month we visit members of Azalea Health and Rehab in Metter, and together we sing the hymns of our faith and share a short devotion from the Word of God. Our deacons also share communion with all our homebound members whenever we partake of the bread and the cup in our morning worship. During the holidays, we also visit with the residents of the Orchard Manor Nursing Home in Pulaski and sing Christmas carols, share a meal and gifts, and retell the story of Christ’s birth from the gospel of Luke.