Updates

  • New Year Bible Studies

    January 5th

    Two 6-week Bible studies started back up in January. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether you have attended previous sessions or not!

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  • Wednesday Night Schedule

    January 5th

    On Wednesday night, join your group’s meeting at the church or online at 7 p.m. Please note the room assignments below. Thank you for your flexibility as we seek to make space for everyone!

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Sermons

2 Corinthians 4:16-18

January 24th

Focusing on Spiritual Realities to Find Spiritual Renewal and Productivity. The world's allurements and performance-based external religion distract us...

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Selected Verses in 1 Peter

January 17th

Growing Pains Are Divinely Appointed for Our Growth. No one enjoys growing pains, but most would rather have pain than not be growing. The Bible...

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Luke 12:1-12

January 10th

The Requirements and Assurances of Being Christ’s Disciple. Luke presents Jesus as the Son of Man, rejected by Israel, offered to the Gentiles. In...

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Church Family Highlights

Candlelight Service

Though this year had to be a little different, we still had a wonderful time celebrating Christ's birth as a church family!

A Legacy of Grace

This year’s Christmas program focused on 5 women unexpectedly highlighted in the lineage of Christ, exploring how their stories show us God’s grace even today.

Fall Frenzy 2020

The Youth Group was so excited to enjoy this beautiful season at their annual Fall Frenzy on October 18.

Arch Ministries held its sixth annual National Pastors’ Fellowship this January at Community Baptist Church in Bradenton, Florida. Over two hundred church planters, ministry leaders, pastors and their wives attended from nearly all 50 states.

Three days of mutual edification, fellowship, and prayer focused on the theme "Let's Plant Together: The Fruit of Interdependent Ministry." Seven pastors taught related topics in general sessions and workshops, along with plenty of testimonies and a panel discussion on making disciples. Additional sessions for women discussed developing a disciple-making culture in the local church.

The Lord gave much fruit for future ministry progress. Six church planters presented their ministry needs for prayer and support. Pray that these partnerships would continue to grow!

The Fellowship this year kicked off with a men's golf outing and wrapped up with a ladies' tea. These additional activities gave attendees even more time to be refreshed and encouraged.

All of this ran smoothly thanks to the staff of Community Baptist and 27 volunteers who made the trip down from Grace. Altogether, they bought and served over 1,300 meals (not including snacks), answered at least 1000 questions, logged 2200+ miles shuttling pastors to and from the airport and hotel, and helped in countless other ways as needed.

The people of Grace Church allowed 4 pastors and 6 staff members to travel to Florida and supported the fellowship with special funds designated for the encouragement and networking of pastors. We are excited to see how God will continue to bless the fruit of these efforts!

Special thanks to Josiah Greenwood for taking pictures during the event.