Where do I go?
Mays Memorial is located directly off of Highway 251 between Wooley Springs road and McKee Road. Please see the Location page for the Church address and times of service. Parking is available all around the building with handicapped (and visitor) parking marked. As you enter the facility, look for one of our greeters to receive further instructions.
How should I dress?
Mays Memorial is casual dress. You will see a variety of dress styles from our members and guests during our worship services. Some will wear suits and dresses and others will wear blue jeans and t-shirts. We only ask that you wear something comfortable and that will be pleasing to our Lord. You will NEVER be turned away because of clothing.
What about my children?
We have a fully-staffed nursery that is provided for children, ages birth through two years old during all services. For children three to five, Children’s Church is provided during morning worship services after the choir has finished singing. Our members will look after your child with the individual attention that they need, please use our contact form if you need more information.
What Kind of Music can I expect?
Mays Memorial has a blended music format. Most Sunday’s will consist of traditional Southern Gospel hymns as well as contemporary praise and worship.
How do I become a member of Mays Memorial?
If you feel God leading you to become a member of Mays Memorial then at the close of the worship service you can come to the front and let our pastor know. He will introduce you to our church clerk and counsel you about you decision after services. If you do not wish to come to the front during the end of service you may talk with the pastor directly prior to or after any of our worship services.
Membership is allowed in several ways:
- By professing Faith in Jesus Christ and following Him in baptism
- Transfer of Membership from another Baptist Church
What is expected of me after I become a member at Mays Memorial?
The only thing asked of you after you become a member of Mays Memorial is that you be obedient to God’s plan for you to serve. The church offers many ministries for you to participate and serve in and you are highly encouraged to get “plugged-in” to the area you feel most led.