A Church with a Purpose

To Glorify God by:

Proclaiming the Word of God,

Strengthening the Family, and

Sharing Jesus Christ to the Whole World

Meet The Ministry Team

Jim Criswell
Minister of Music

Sarah Campbell
Director of Student Ministries

Dr. Chris Alexander
Senior Pastor

Liz Ross
Administrative Assistant

Ruth Ann Davis

Worship Service Times
Sunday Morning

Sunday School
9:30 AM

Worship Service
10:30 AM

Sunday Evening

Discipleship Training
5:00 PM

Worship Service
6:00 PM

Wednesday Evening

Prayer Meeting
Youth Worship
Mission Friends

7:00 PM​

Sunday School classes

9:30 AM

For young couples with or without children.  Taught by Joy Tucker and Courtney Anderson.

For couples whose children are out of the house or soon to be.  Taught by Doris Graves and Tim Haynes.

A couples class for families who are approaching retirement or already there.  Taught by Linda Choate and Barbara Taylor.

A couples class for those who enjoy a wide range of ages.  Taught by Billy Joyce and Paul Davis.

A women’s class for those who would like to learn from other women.  Taught by Eileen Elliott and Nancy Jones.

A women’s class for those who would like to learn from other women.  Taught by Julie Haynes and Janice Harper.

A class for those who would like to learn from other men.  Taught by Lanny Taylor.

A class for those who would like to learn from other men.  Taught by Bud Cranfield and Paul Elliott.

Kenneth's Class
A class for couples of all ages.  Taught by Kenneth Brown.

Auditorium Class
A class for everyone, especially guests that have not found a class to get involved in yet.  This class is is designed for those who do not like to be called on in class to answer questions or to pray out loud.  It is more lecture style.  Taught by the pastor.

College and career
9th through 12th grade

7th & 8th grade

5th & 6th grade

3rd & 4th grade

1st & 2nd grade

3 year olds through Kindergarten

19 months to 3 years old

Birth to 18 months
History of White Hall Baptist Church
The seeds for a Baptist church in the White Hall community were planted in the 1930’s by the actions of a few people living in the area.  They held Sunday School and Bible Studies in their homes.  The community hosted many summer “brush arbor meetings” and revivals in the schoolhouse.
In February 1941, Brother Wade Carver of Jackson, was invited to begin a Sunday School and hold a preaching service every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse.  By summer, attendance had swelled to 119 and the community hosted a Vacation Bible School.
On April 21, 1942, a large crowd gathered in a home in the community with the shared purpose of organizing a Baptist church in the White Hall community.  Dr. C.O. Simpson of First Baptist Church, Trenton, opened the meeting with prayer, invoking “God’s blessing upon the group” as they began to organize a church on the plan of the New Testament.  Brother Carver read Matthew 16:18, “… upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”
The congregation decided in August of 1942 to build a permanent home for their worship services.  White Hall Baptist Church broke ground on March 22, 1943.  The original building was paid for as it was built.  On July 11, 1943, just 15 months after the church was organized, the first services were held in the new building.
White Hall Baptist Church continued to grow and build new buildings.  The current buildings and the cemetery sit on seven acres of land. 
The church began to outgrow its first building.  Beginning in April 2001, God led the church to build a new worship center, which was mainly constructed by the men of the church.  Nine months after breaking ground, the members of the church moved into the new facility.
God has blessed the history of White Hall Baptist Church.  God is not through!  His greatest blessings for White Hall are yet to come.