Sunday Teaching

This month, we will be studying about how to understand the struggles we see and experience, and how we can find strength to stand firm against the pressures coming at us. If we are going to be able to live free and fearlessly, then we must know the battle lines and how to fight.
Come join us on Sundays as we study together!

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During the week

We want to invite you to join a Bible study in a smaller group too!

There are groups open for you to join now. Look them over and find one that works for you.

In our spiritual growth, these times of interacting over the Word of God are key. We were made to do this stuff together, so please know that we are always welcoming new people.

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Kids service

We love your kids and every Sunday we have a special program just for them.

They will learn about God, about how they can follow Him, and get to know His wonderful plan for their lives.

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This coming Sunday, August 5th, there will be NO REGULAR SERVICE! We encourage you to enjoy the day with friends or family and give thanks to God for his good gifts. We will be back with our normal service the following Sunday and look forward to seeing you then! J

More than chocolate and eggs!

On April 1, we will be celebrating a day like no other.  It’s a Sunday and it that comes after a week like none other in our year.  It’s Easter Sunday – the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection – and it completes a week of unimaginable pain and suffering and, ultimately, death. That all happened nearly

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Christmas program 2017

What a great evening as the teens and kids led us through a Christmas program everyone enjoyed!  The music was fun, the variety was neat, and the messages shared about the names of Jesus were powerful.  Thanks to all the kids who were involved and blessed us!

Christmas Carols

Christmas Carols A carol is a song or hymn whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas, and which is traditionally sung on Christmas itself or during the surrounding holiday season. The first known Christmas hymns may be traced to 4th century Rome. One of the first Latin hymns was Veni redemptor gentium, written by Ambrose, Archbishop of Milan (c.337-397), were serious statements of

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Harvest Party 2017

The annual Harvest Party was again a great success!  We loved to see the costumes, the smiles and the fun people were having.  Mel Lamar was with us and did a wonderful job sharing the good news of God’s love while entertaining us with his juggling and illusionist skills. Thank you to all who helped

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Majak Day 2017

Next week is our annual Maják day this Saturday – June 3rd. This is a celebration for all kids to enjoy. You’re invited and you are very welcomed to invite others!  We will be helping to sponsor this time of serving the community so don’t miss being a part of the fun!