Happy Thanksgiving! | Studies Cancelled

It is our prayer that this week we will reflect on all that we are grateful for.  The Lord has been working in mighty ways in our fellowship, and in the lives of everyone in our church. He has opened doors to reach beyond our four walls with not only the evangelism team, but our radio ministry and livestreaming.  

What we are most thankful for?  It is all for the blessing, honor and glory of our Lord…  Have a blessed Thanksgiving folks!  (Reminder: Studies are cancelled this week). 



Study Guide | Week of 4-4-21



Good Friday & Easter 2021

Invite family and friends out this year, and to the livestreams. It’s the perfect opportunity to share the true meaning of Good Friday and The Resurrection… May God’s Spirit fall upon each of us as we endeavor to reach out to those we love and care about.


Christmas Day Service | 12 Noon

Be sure to join us this year on Christmas Day at Noon for a special Christmas Message with Pastor Phil!  
 
Note: All midweek studies and home groups are cancelled from the week of December 21st through January 3rd. We will be meeting on Sundays for our normal 8:30 & 10:30 Services.
 
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This Weekends’ Messages

In case you missed our Good Friday and/or the Resurrection Sunday Service, we’ve reposted it here on our website.  Click here to watch.


Good Friday 2020 | April 10

Please join us  via Livestream for this years’ Good Friday Service this Friday at 7 PM.
 
We will be ending services with Communion, so if you’d like to partake, please have your elements
ready following the message.
 
“He was wounded for our transgressions,
He was bruised for our iniquities;
the chastisement for our peace was upon Him,
and by His stripes we are healed…”
Isaiah 53:5
 


Easter 2020 | April 12

Celebrate the Risen Lord with us!
 
This Resurrection Sunday may look different to us —
but the message remains the same…
HE IS RISEN!
 
Please join us via Livestream for this years’ Resurrection Sunday Service
this Sunday at 10 AM.
 


Lessons From The Empty Tomb

This Sunday, we will celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
 
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the single greatest event in the history of the world—and the cornerstone of the Christian faith. In fact, it is so foundational to Christianity that anyone who denies the physical, bodily resurrection of Christ cannot be a genuine Christian—because it is an essential doctrine of the Christian faith (built on Scripture) for salvation.
 
You see, without the resurrection there is no Christian faith, no salvation—and no hope for man.
 
As Paul the Apostle said, “If Christ is not risen, then our preaching is useless, your faith is meaningless, we are still in our sins, those who have died believing in Christ are lost and we are of all men the most pathetic. We might as well eat, drink, and be merry for there is nothing more to life than this.”
 
However Paul went on to say, “But now Christ is risen from the dead and is the first fruits from the grave of those who have died believing in Jesus.”
 


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