sharing the wonderful message of the gospel of Jesus Christ
people of all ages, backgrounds and
experiences coming together,
for a single purpose...
Sunday School: 9:30 AM
Morning Worship: 10:40 AM
Evening Worship: 6:00 PM
come and join us,
feel free to contact us
with any questions
you may have
if you were to die today
do you know for certain,
without a doubt, that you
would go to Heaven?
Wednesdays, 6:30 to 8:30 from mid-September through mid-May.
AWANA is a fun way for kids to learn about God through the Bible. Each age group has its own age-appropriate AWANA club.
CUBBIES® CELEBRATES THE SPIRITUAL POTENTIAL OF PRESCHOOLERS BY HELPING THEM DEVELOP RESPECT FOR GOD, HIS SON AND HIS WORD.
T&T ENGAGES THIRD- THROUGH SIXTH-GRADERS BY ANSWERING THEIR QUESTIONS ABOUT GOD AND THE BIBLE, GUIDING THEM THROUGH THIS PIVOTAL LIFE STAGE TO GROW IN CHRIST'S GRACE.
During the opening clubbers gather together recite pledges to the flags, sing praise songs and learn about upcoming events.
After the opening the different clubs breakup and go do different activities.
During group time clubbers hear a gospel-centered Bible lesson and are encouraged to ask questions related to the lesson.
During verse time clubbers will have an opportunity to recite bible verses that they have learned from their book during the week as well as other handbook activities.
This is the favorite time for all clubbers, all young people have two things in common: they need God's salvation and they love to have fun! During game time clubbers will play fun and unique games.
During the closing clubbers will sing praise songs again and will receive any awards that they have earned. They will also be reminded of upcoming events and be given information to take home of the special event as needed.
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The first thing we should do is get the issue of the name out of the way. Let us not stumble over the name. If he lived among us today in North America, we would call him John Houselamp. His German surname was Hussgen, which John himself worked into the Greek form (as was customary […]
Born in 1495 to a noble family in Tournai, France, Marie Dentière was well educated, entered an Augustinian convent (which was Luther’s order), and likely served as a prioress in the early 1520s. Captivated by Martin Luther’s breakthrough theology, Marie left the convent by 1525 and moved to Strasbourg to officially join the highly charged […]
For five years, an ancient clay seal remained in a closet in Jerusalem’s Institute of Archaeology. After the seal was dug up at the foot of the southern part of Jerusalem’s old city wall, initial examination failed to establish the significance of the nearly 3,000-year-old object. But then a researcher carefully scrutinized the letters on […]
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