Today's Message

We are a diverse group of people from a variety of backgrounds – coming together to bring honor and glory to God – seeking to encourage one another toward love and good deeds – reaching out to those around us with the Message of Jesus Christ: God’s Son, Savior, Lord.

Everyone is welcome here!

Bible Verse


But I, with shouts of grateful praise, will sacrifice to you. What I have vowed I will make good. I will say, ‘Salvation comes from the Lord.’

Sundays


9AM: Join us for Sunday School! We have classes for all ages: Children learn the Major People and Events of the Scriptures; Teens tackle Tough Theology that is Relevant to Their Lives in this Culture; Adult Classes include an Old Testament and a New Testament Study.

10AM: Fellowship in the Hall with Drinks and Snacks!

10:30AM: Morning Worship Begins! Join us for a Congregational Reading from Scripture, a Time of Singing Praises and Hymns to the Lord, followed by Expositional Teaching (verse by verse) from God's Word.

We are presently studying the Book of Malachi, the last Book of the Old Testament, written 2500 years ago; and yet, it has much to say for today and tomorrow, to those who belong to God through Christ.

We celebrate The Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of each month, at the close of our morning Service.

6PM: Join us Sunday evenings for Family Fellowship! We pray together and sing some of the great hymns of the faith, we also take time to share recent "God moments" from our lives, encouraging one another. We are studying through the Book of Philippians, verse by verse, desiring to "take home" a relevant teaching from it each week.

On the third Sunday of each month we have a Potluck Dinner, please bring something to share, if you can, and join us for fellowship around the tables.

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FACT: Donald J. Trump is President of the United States

Whether you voted for President Trump or not, as a Christian you do have a responsibility before God for how you respond to him:

1. We owe President Trump the benefit of the doubt. He is our President, and the Bible is crystal clear that we are to give him the respect that is due the office of President (Romans 13:1-7).

2. We owe President Trump our honest criticisms, as well as our honest commendations, for we are to speak the truth, in love, always (Proverbs 12:16-18).

3. We owe President Trump our fervent prayers, in order that (1Timothy 2:1-2), “we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.” Rather than blindly trusting our new President or openly opposing him, we should instead be honoring and obeying the One who established all government, the One who sits in judgement over all men and all nations.

How about we give President Trump the benefit of the doubt, honest criticisms and commendations, and most importantly, our consistent and fervent prayers.

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