Covid-19 Re-entry Plan
In response to the COVID-19, Mt. Pilgrim has developed a Re-entry Task Force team. This team is working closely with the Pastor on a re-entry plan for the safety and well-being of its members. The re-entry date is still TBD, due to the number of increased cases in our community.
- Edward Ambrose
- Anthony Baldwin
- Karen Bonner
- Virginia Dickerson
- H. W. Fails
- Willie Ferguson
- Etherine Glover
- Robert Greyer
- Cleophus Hope
- Osie Huling
- Gloria Lewis
- Brandon Long
- Daniel Mitchell
- Marvin Parkman
- Vernie Scott
Health & Wellness
Stress Awareness Month
What does stress mean to you?
We all experience stress – yet we may experience it in very different ways. Because of this, there is no single definition for stress, but the American Institute of Stress states the most common explanation is a “physical, mental, or emotional strain or tension.”
A 2017 study from the American Psychological Association found the most common sources of stress reported among Americans was the “future of our nation” (63% of respondents mentioned), Money (62%), Work (61%), political climate (57%), violence/crime (51%).
Long term stress can prove to be more than just a mental issue. From headaches to stomach disorders to depression – even very serious issues like stroke and heart disease can come as a result of stress.
Learn to overcome issues you can not change
- Recognize when you don’t have control, and let it go.
- Avoid getting anxious about situations that you cannot change.
- Take control of your reactions and focus your mind on something that makes you feel calm and in control.
- Develop a vision for healthy living, wellness, and personal growth, and set realistic goals to help you realize your vision.
Tips for coping with your stress
- Take care of yourself – eat healthy, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep, give yourself a break if you feel stressed.
- Discuss your problems with a parent, friend or another trusted source.
- Avoid drugs and alcohol.
- Recognize when you need more help – know when to talk to a psychologist, social worker or counselor if things continue.
Potentially the most valuable takeaway here is knowing how to talk to others about your stress. This goes both ways, as you need to know how to discuss your problems with others as well as talk to anyone that comes to you with their issues.
Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church recognizes…
ALL MINISTRY DAY!
October 24, 2021
Welcome to Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church"The church that Cares and Shares"
View an up-to-date calendar of services and events at Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church. Find out where we are located, as well as information regarding local hotels and accommodations, We would love to have you visit!
Greetings from our Pastor
Welcome to the Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church of Columbus, GA. We are excited you have located us and find interest in the church of Christ as a whole. We have a saying here, “If you are looking for Jesus, you can find Him at Mount Pilgrim”. We pray this site is motivating and resourceful to you. Please take the liberty of perusing through the various information and links available to use at your discretion. We are a church family striving for excellence and unity in the body of Christ.
For over 131 years, we have welcomed people to join us just as they are; just where they are. We truly believe in Hebrews 10:25, “Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.”
In closing, we pray our paths will cross and if your quest is to establish or continue a foundation amongst a group of born again baptized believers in Jesus Christ, Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church will be your choice.
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4400 Old Cusseta Rd.
Columbus, Georgia 31903
Tel : (706) 687-8134 / 689-1959
Fax : (706) 687-8139