Unity Baptist Church is a small SBC church in the rural community of Plainville, GA. We offer Sunday School, Sunday morning and evening worship services, discipleship small group and a Wednesday evening Bible Study and prayer meeting.

Bible Studies for Life is the Sunday School curriculum for each age group. Sunday evenings begin with Discipleship small group studies. The Wednesday evening Bible study is led by the pastor and followed by prayer requests and prayer. Sunday worship services combine many acts of worship – scripture, music, giving, preaching and response – in a way the glorifies God first and exhorts believers and builds the church second. The purpose of worship is to give praise and adoration to God; worship is not a means to any other end.

We baptize new believers into our church and accept members that have been baptized by letter or profession of faith.

We take the Lord’s Supper four times each year and invite any born again believer to join us (open communion).

Holman Christian Standard Bibles (HCSB) are placed in each pew. The majority of our members still bring their own KJV to each church service. The pastor will read or preach from either the ESV (English Standard Version) or the NKJV (New King James Version) most of the time.

Unity Baptist Church is part of the Gordon Memorial Baptist Association, the Georgia Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. For more on what Baptists believe please refer to the Baptist Faith and Message. For more on UBC in particular stop in for a visit or schedule a meeting with our pastor Clark Bunch:
email: pastor@unitybaptist.church

2 Responses to About

  1. Leigh Ann Cantrell says:

    Pastor Bunch, i am looking for a good church to join. I need to ask one silly question. Does this church have a dress code such as dresses or slacks with a nice dress shirt or can you be comfortable and wear jeans with a nice shirt?


    • Clark Bunch says:

      Sometimes I wear a suit (keep in mind I’m the pastor) but most often I wear a nice looking shirt with black Wrangler jeans on Sunday morning. I have a deacon that wears a suit pretty much every week but another that never does. My wife wears a dress about as often as I wear a suit. There is no rule, written or stated, that I’m aware of.


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