• Welcome to Holly Grove Baptist Church. We are a local congregation of Christ followers, and
    our greatest desire is to serve the Lord, spread the good news of Jesus Christ, and love and care
    for all people. We want to extend a special invitation to join us in worship, and we welcome all
    people from all walks of life and from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Our desire is to share
    the gospel of Jesus Christ with every man, woman, boy, and girl so that all people who will come
    to Christ will receive the free gift of salvation.
    Holly Grove Baptist Church is theologically conservative in teaching, preaching, and practice.
    Since 1880, Holly Grove has endeavored to be a beacon of light and hope to Laurens County.
    We are a Southern Baptist Church that actively participates in the Laurens Baptist Association,
    the South Carolina Baptist Convention, and the Southern Baptist Convention. We actively
    support the Cooperative Program as well as local, state, national, and international missions.
    We seek to honor the Lord in all we do. Jesus modeled a life of service, and we seek to be of
    service to the Lord and to people. Involvement and participation in the local church is how we
    as Christians serve the Lord and each other, and we encourage each person to get involved in the
    church. As we serve the Lord, we grow and build the Kingdom of God. We are a local
    fellowship of believers that is actively seeking the Lord’s will in growing the church.
    We minister to people of all ages in a variety of different programs. Our fellowship at Holly
    Grove strives to be gracious and caring to all people, and I believe that you will truly feel the
    love of God as you worship with us. We believe that God is doing extraordinary things in and
    through Holly Grove Baptist Church, and we invite you to come see how the Lord is working in
    our midst. We would be honored to meet you in person and share our great hope in Christ.
    Grace and Peace,
    Allen Simpson, Pastor