Manly Memorial Baptist Church  is a loving, Christian community that has been in existence in Lexington, Virginia since 1841. 

If your are looking for a place where you will be welcomed and received warmly, lovingly and openly, and a place where you can strengthen and develop a relationship with God and with others who are also seeking to glorify and praise the Lord, then please take a look around.
Better yet, come and visit us here in Lexington!

Thank you for visiting our website and may God Bless you in your search to find a place to worship Him. 


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(Pastor Mike will continue to add Video/Audio messages during the week.)


(last updated 3/22/20 1:37pm)


3/14/20 Message from Pastor Mike

Dear Manly Baptist Family,

I am writing today to share some decisions we are making in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic. We have been carefully following the news about the spread of the virus, and remain in prayer for situations in our state and around the world.

We are people of faith, but we are also people of reasoned preparation. Therefore in response to both the President and the Governor declaring a state of emergency because of COVID19, and the recommendation of heath officials for large groups to suspend their gatherings to avoid a potential spread of the virus, as well as a desire to be a good neighbor in our community in this unprecedented situation, the Deacons have decided, starting today, to cancel all worship services and church activities through Monday March 23rd.  

I will post a video message to the church’s website (www.manlybaptist.com) and to the church’s Facebook page for Sunday.

You are encouraged to pray for one another, and to encourage one another, during this anxious time. Remember that though we may be apart for a while, God is still with us. Pastor Mike


Manly Memorial Baptist Church
202 S. Main St., Lexington, VA 24450

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