New Year Bible StudiesJanuary 5th
Two 6-week Bible studies started back up in January. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether you have attended previous sessions or not!
Wednesday Night ScheduleJanuary 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!
2 Corinthians 4:16-18January 24th
Focusing on Spiritual Realities to Find Spiritual Renewal and Productivity. The world's allurements and performance-based external religion distract us...
Selected Verses in 1 PeterJanuary 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...
Luke 12:1-12January 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...
Church Family Highlights
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.
Our church's expression of love to the Jacksons definitely made an impact!
What a special moment on Monday as our church family flooded the Jacksons' neighborhood with cars to express our love for Mr. Joe Jackson. At the end of February, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and told to expect only 2-3 more months on this earth. This happened just a couple weeks before large gatherings were cancelled and citizens in Ohio were told to "stay at home," so there wasn't much time to say goodbye with his church family in person.
Instead, at 6:30 on Monday night, a line of over 200 cars paraded past the Jacksons' home. Joe & Kathy sat in their driveway to wave and hear a loving message from each passing car. The pastors served as traffic directors, and it took over an hour for all the cars to pass!
The Jacksons were touched, and we loved getting to see each other from a distance, of course, but the impact went even deeper. Neighbors wondered what was going on, so a few church members had a chance to share why we love each other so much in Christ while they were waiting for their turn in line.
Several local news outlets heard of the parade and shared the good news story. Here's a link to an article by the News-Herald.
Watch Joe Jackson's farewell testimony from March 29th's livestreamed service below:
And enjoy a few pictures of the event: