Family and Friend’s Day

March 10, 2019, 2 pm

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About Cathmagby Baptist Church

Cathmagby Community

The Redland Community

Cathmagby serves the Redland Community located in Elmore County . It has a population of 4,331. A thriving economy helps the tax base and helps the city attract and retain talent. The median household income in Redland , AL, is $75,139.

Cathmagby Church

Cathmagby's Mission & History

Mission:  Helping every person believe in Jesus, belong to family, become a disciple and build His kingdom!

History:  In 1881, members of the Rehoboth Church…

Family and Friends

Please Join Us

Cathmagby Baptist Church welcomes you with open arms!  We don’t mind if you’re just passing through our neck of the woods or you’re in search of a church home.  Our doors are always open for visitors.


Latest Sermons

Cathmagby, Take Me To Church

The choir is an extension of the pulpit. There are so many fantastic songs that have been written for the Church and many that have yet to be written. But not all songs are necessarily suitable for corporate worship. There are songs that teach, encourage, compel, and call to action, and the choir is a marvelous mouthpiece for such things. By presenting these kinds of songs, the choir takes on a pastoral role, and it brings a rich dynamic to the theme or message of that particular service. This is especially effective in services with a missional focus or special services like those during Holy Week or the Christmas season.

Cathmagby Chior
Cathmagby Church

The choir is a reflection of heaven. The prophet Isaiah gives us a glimpse into God’s throne room with angels singing together, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of his glory” (Isaiah 6:3). John paints a similar picture in the book of Revelation. There is a heavenly choir that sings God’s praises for all eternity. When we see our friends and family in the choir loft singing in harmony of voice and spirit, I believe we are momentarily transported (even if only in our minds) to the throne room of heaven. Furthermore, we often see a wide array of ages, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds on display in the choir. This, too, is a reflection of heaven – God’s people, of every age and every race, worshipping together as one body.



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