See You This Sunday!

Our service times are 9:00 am for youth and adult Sunday School and 10:30 am for our worship service. Due to Covid-19 we will continue to hold our Sunday worship service outdoors, weather permitting, until some time in October. Please bring a chair for each member of your family and any sun protection you may need. If the weather is not conducive we will move indoors and masks will be required. Disposable masks are provided at the Welcome Center if you need one.

Please help us care for one another by following these guidelines.

  • Please maintain a safe 6’ distance at all time, when possible.
  • We ask that the upper sanctuary be reserved for those at higher risk.
  • We will be utilizing every other row in the main sanctuary for seating. Every other row is just over 6’ apart.
  • The rows not being used are marked at the end of each with a sign.
  • Disposable masks are available at the Welcome Center.
  • Each restroom by the sanctuary has been thoroughly cleaned before the service.
  • The water fountain has been shut off for safety.
  • Currently there is no childcare provided.
  • A box/basket is provided for offerings in each space.
  • The Lord’s Supper will be picked up rather than passed out.

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June is Pride Month. It is sad to see how twisted mankind becomes in accepting and now plainly promoting anti-God behavior. Shall we as Christians be prideful? Yes! Yet, only in the Lord. "so that, as it is written, "Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord." (1 Cor 1:31)

Imagine if the church of Christ spent as much energy and time sharing the Gospel as we do decrying social ills in society. Our enemy is greater than humanity and the consequences of distraction are far greater than most can even imagine. Bring real hope to those hurting.

Be held captive by the Word of God rather than the world and its gods. What is your responsibility in dealing with others and partiality? Read Acts 10 and James 2. Check your heart and honor God with your witness. The world needs Christians who obey the Greatest Commandment.

A world that is lost and chaotic is in need of Christ. A Christian that is anxious needs to seek the comfort of Jesus Christ and the Word of God.

The Church must recognize strained race relations are certainly an issue in the USA. Yet, let us not look to non-Biblical sources for the cure. We only find the cure to societal ills and sinful behavior in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Kyrie Eleison.

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Due to Covid-19 we will not be starting our Awana program in September. We will reassess starting up the club later this year.


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Upcoming Events

Men’s Game Night

November 13 @ 5:30 pm

Men’s Game Night

December 11 @ 5:30 pm