Latest Announcements
  1. IGNITE ACTIVITY

    Tuesday, July 17th, the Ignite class (college-age and young professionals) will be going to Whirlyball Activity. See Mark Cox for details.


  2. SPECIAL SPEAKER

    Sunday, July 22nd: Robert Bakss, missionary to Australia, will be our special speaker for the morning and evening services.


  3. NEW MEMBER'S & VISTOR'S LUNCHEON

    Sunday, August 5th:  All new members and visitors are invited to meet for lunch in the Fellowship Hall immediately following the morning service. Members are encouraged to invite members and join them for lunch.


Latest Announcements
Care Ministries

       In a world full of heartaches, we can find hope and restoration in Christ. We realize that there are great burdens to carry and that is why we have specific programs to help those who have gone through tremendous pain. The answer to everyone's pain is the same. Jesus Christ is the only Way we can overcome the great burdens in our lives. And you will find that these program emphasize a closer walk with Christ.

 

 

       Galatians 6:2 says, "Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." We all suffer loss, but it is easier when you have someone to help you through it who understands. Grief Share will meet each Sunday at 4:30 pm in room B202.  For more details contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

 

 

 

       It is painful to go through a divorce and has lasting effects. God has given us encouragement in His Word to overcome difficulties in life. Find Help. Discover Hope. Experience Healing. Divorce Care will meet each Tuesday night at 7pm in the church library. For more details contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 


 

       Our Journey of Hope is a biblically based cancer care ministry outreach sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Cancer touches everyone! 12 million people in the United States are suffering with cancer. 1.5 million will be diagnosed with cancer this year. Each one of these diagnosis effects caregivers and families as well. Our trained and commissioned cancer ministry leaders will walk alongside cancer patients, families, and caregivers as they go through their cancer journey giving Hope and Comfort, as well as emotional and spiritual healing. Contact the church office for more information or see LaJeanne Niles.

 

 

 

       The Dorcas Quilting ministry is a wonderful opportunity for the church to give back to our community. Many shelters, hospitals, and homes don't have enough to provide basic necessities such as a blanket. This ministry meets that specific need while showing them the love of Christ. Ladies are invited to meet on Tuesdays from 10am-2pm and again from 6pm-9pm in room B203. Please see Carolyn DeKorte for additional information.

 
 
 
   

 

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