|Pilgrim Way Ministries
The website of Rev. John Cereghin
and Grace Baptist Church of Smyrna, Delaware
|Welcome to the homepage of Grace Baptist Church of Smyrna, Delaware! I am Pastor John Cereghin. Our Church is located at the corner of
Union and Frazier Streets in Smyrna, Delaware, at 121 S. Union Street.
|We are a small church, with 35 members. We support 16 missionaries in 11 countries. We are also the sending church for the Brian Pratt Family in
If you are looking for a Baptist church that takes a stand against the Contemporary Christianity of our day, stands firmly upon the King James
Bible, and adopts a separatist stand, we invite you to contact us, either by e-mail (the best way) at email@example.com or by calling the church
office at 302-653-6348 (leave a message on our machine).
Looking for a good church in Federalsburg, Maryland? Visit Good News Baptist Church, at 114 Morris Avenue in Federalsburg, Pastor Tom
1. Traditional worship/non-contemporary
2. King James Bible
3. Classical hymns, sacred/traditional music
5. Promoting Remnant Christianity
6. Neither Calvinistic nor Arminian
Sunday School - 10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Service- 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Service - 6:00 PM
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer - 7:00 PM
|Our radio program, "The Pilgrim Way Broadcast", is on FBCRadio.org, the webradio station of Foundations Bible College in
Dunn, North Carolina, Mondays at 9:45 AM and 9:45 PM Eastern Time.
|New Sermon Uploaded: My Miry Clay (Psalm 40), preached March 6, 2016
We have taken on a new missionary, Chris Teale Family, church planting in Carson City, Nevada
Wednesday Evening Bible Studies in the book of Exodus, 7 PM weekly
Next Family Night- Friday, May 27 at 7 PM
Grace Baptist Church was started in the providence of God in 1973. God allowed us to purchase our current building in 1979, which was built in
1907 and was originally a Methodist church. Pastor Cereghin is the third pastor in Grace's history, starting his ministry here in 1998 after serving
as Academic Dean of Maryland Baptist Bible College of Elkton, Maryland and after having served in pastorates in Centreville, Maryland and
Mebane, North Carolina.
Grace Baptist’s heritage is ancient, going all the way back to the Apostolic Age. Baptists are not Reformed and did not start in the Reformation
(we are not Protestant as Baptists predate the Protestant Reformation). We claim, as part of our spiritual heritage, the grand old groups such as
the Donatists, the Albigensians, the Waldensians, the old Swiss and German Anabaptists, the Mennonites and Brethren, and similar remnant
Grace Baptist Church once identified with Biblical Fundamentalism, but we are very uncertain of that identification today. Baptist
Fundamentalism has apostatized from its grand heritage and is largely unrecognizable from what it was even 25 years ago. Many neo-
Fundamentalists have abandoned the King James Bible, separation, and godly music and have adopted Contemporary Christianity or have
adopted the methodology of Jack Hyles. That grand old movement is dead. Grace Baptist is a part of a “post-Fundamentalist” movement which
Pastor Cereghin refers to as “Remnant Christianity”, signifying the numerical smallness and spiritual humility of such churches and Christians.
We make no great claims for ourselves and we have no aspirations for worldly greatness. Our only desire is to preach Christ and Him Crucified
and to remain faithful to the Scriptures in this corrupt generation. We identify ourselves as a Bible Believing, Remnant Baptist Church, standing
on the King James Bible as the preserved word of God in English.
You will find at Grace Baptist a small but precious congregation of believers. We sing the old hymns of the faith and the psalms. We preach and
teach from the King James Bible. We practice ecclesiastical and personal separation from sin and error. We support missions both here in the
United States and worldwide. We emphasize the preaching of the Word of God and prayer above all. We invite you to visit us if you are in the