Greetings, Sunday turned out to be a great day in spite of it being 14 degrees outside with a windchill index of -3 degrees. We had 419 worshippers who braved the cold in attending and two new families who joined the church: James and Karen Stark joined by transfer of their membership; and Dock and Corey
Greetings, Sunday turned out to be a great day in spite of the 4-inch snow and ice we received the day before. Even though we canceled the first service and Sunday School, we still had right at 200 people there to worship the Lord. It was good to have Chanea Shepard come forward to join
Greetings, Sunday was a wonderful day as we resumed a certain level of normality after the holidays. It was good to have Shirley Moore come forward in the first service to join the church. We began our new sermon series in the Book of Second Corinthians as the first message was about: “When Suffering and Affliction Come
Merry Christmas, Sunday’s services were well attended service and helped prepare everyone’s hearts for their own personal search and celebration of Christmas this week. Our Christmas Eve Service is tomorrow night, December 24th, at 5:00 pm. As always, we will be observing the Lord’s Supper, singing great Christmas Hymns,
Greetings, Wow, what a festive two weeks we have had ministering to our church and community through the Living Nativity, Christmas Musical, and Night of Caroling! The musical, “Changed By a Baby Boy,” was the best ever. Praise God! Saturday night was a packed house to say the least that concluded with a standing ovation.
Greetings, Sunday was quite a day in the afterglow of our Living Nativity Weekend for which we ministered to over 1500 people from our church and community. I was impressed with how many people were coming for the first time and was surprised to hear so many say that they were from out of town.
Greetings, Sunday was a wonderful day as we kicked off our Week of Prayer for International Missions. We looked at one of the great passages in the Bible on prayer from James 5:12-20 as we finished our series on the James Code. The Parade of Flags ceremony is always so meaningful to our church and those
Greetings, Sunday was a wonderful day of worship and thanksgiving in so many ways. Our series in the Book of James is in the final chapter. What a wonderful journey this has been. We will continue Sunday in chapter 5, verse 12. We will be focusing much of the service this Sunday around missions.
Greetings, Sunday was a special day as 411 people gathered for worship across our church campus. Not bad for the opening weekend of deer season. Lol. It was good to kick off the first service with two baptisms and to have one join the church desiring to be baptized in the second service (Felicia White). We
Winter Greetings, I am so appreciative to the Lord for the beautiful weekend and Lord’s Day! Had today’s wintery weather come 24 hours sooner, it would have been much more challenging for the 400+ plus who attended. The music was very well suited for the message in every way! It is hard to believe that