Holidays & Special Services

At our annual meeting celebration, we look back at all God has done for us in the past year and forward to what He will do through us in the year to come. We rejoice in God’s faithfulness this year.

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Happy Resurrection Day!

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On Sunday evening, we commemorated our Savior's death through song, Scripture reading, and observing the Lord's Table.

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God wants us as a church to live life in transformative newness.

If anyone owns the word "new," the church does. Those who have been transformed by the Gospel and have been given a new nature know the true meaning of the word. In a new year when much is uncertain, we know the Lord is still on the throne, and we are qualified and equipped for whatever may come our way.

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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.

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Father's Day.

This week, we will find 3 ways dads can guide their homes to bring increased stability and spiritual progress to every soul in their family.

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Jesus' Interaction with Women in the Book of Mark.

Women were not given a respected place in first-century culture. The Bible gives them an equal spiritual standing as illustrated by many examples. Jesus' public ministry especially highlighted the spiritual place He gave women. Women listened to Christ, followed Him, were healed by Him, and served as examples of being and making disciples. Women are essential influencers within God's community of the local church.

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Easter Sunday.

Christians minister and serve because of Christ is resurrected and assures us of our own.

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A Birth Foretold and a Bright Future to Behold.

Luke 1:67-80 occurs just before the birth of Jesus, after the birth of his cousin John the Baptist. Zechariah is holding his newborn son and speaks promises inspired by the Holy Spirit. He answers the question, how can we be sure of Jesus' ability to save us from our sins?

We can trust in Jesus because God says we can. His Word is enough, because His promise will always come true. What He says, He will do.

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Reflections on the Significance of the Incredible Incarnation!

Christmas is when God became man. This is the meaning of "incarnation." But why did God become man? The whole Bible is the answer; this morning, we look at Hebrews 2 for part of the answer.

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