A place where "every saint has a past and every sinner has a future."
Welcome to our congregation’s web page. We hope you will take the time to look around the welcome center and visit pages that will help you to know us better. We are sure you will want to know what we believe, so visit the Core Doctrine page. There is so much we want to share with you that we hope you will view many pages. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to to send an email through this website. Our elders or our minister will contact you as soon as possible.
While we are first a place to worship and learn about God, we also understand a great need for Christian fellowship. Our congregation plans and participates in many family activities throughout the year. The first century church met together daily and were a very close knit group. While it is difficult to do this in this day and age, we recognize the importance of fellowshipping together to build strong relationships with fellow Christians and nurture a family atmosphere. Some of our past church-wide activities include:
- Fellowship meals
- Winter Bash – A family fun time for the church held the last Saturday of January
- Soup nights that we call “Souper Wednesdays”
- Memorial Day picnic (at a member’s home)
- Singing nights (learning new songs and singing old favorites)
- End of Summer church Cook-Out and Singing
- and a Progressive dinner
These activities along with our public worship and Bible studies have been a blessing to all who participate. They help to strengthen our relationship to God as well as to one another.
If you have not check out our Ministries page, you will definitely want to that. They also are a big part of our activities in both social and spiritual development of the church family atmosphere.
NEW NEWS: Here is a link to an online news organization called “The Patch” that had a very nice article about our congregation.