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We offer several different services in which we come together as a body of believers to give thanks, to seek forgiveness and to strengthen us for the journey ahead. As followers of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, we endeavor to have a closer, deeper, more intimate walk with Him.
Morning Worship

Worship is a natural instinct and a basic need for every person. A simple definition of worship is to regard with great devotion or to honor as a divine being. Take a second to think about what you are most devoted to in this life and ask yourself, "Is it worthy of my devotion; do I worship a divine being?" 


We don't all worship God, but everyone worships something or someone. Since we all worship, we should question the reason for this desire. The most logical conclusion is that we were created by a higher being for the very purpose of worship. 

The ongoing quest of man is to find answers to the fundamental questions of human origin, human nature, and human destiny. There is one book that has the answers to all these questions, including our questions about worship. The Bible is the wonderful and mysterious book that God has chosen as a way to communicate with us. 

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Sunday School

Sunday School is important for people of all ages for these reasons:


1. Sunday School improves your Bible knowledge. When you know and understand God’s Word for yourself, you are more likely to obey the Lord. The Bible knowledge gained in Sunday School also helps you become more proficient in using God’s Word, the Bible.


2. Sunday School assists your spiritual growth. Think of Sunday School teachers and class members who have modeled the Christian life. You learned from their examples how to live for Jesus. Most importantly, spiritual growth occurs best in the context of smallgroup Bible study. That’s Sunday School.


3. Sunday School provides a place to belong. In a Sunday School class you are known. You can share needs and concerns from your life. As you participate in class discussions, you become part of the group.


4. Sunday School helps you build meaningful relationships. You meet people, learn their names, hear their stories, and meet their families. You share fellowship times with class members. You minister alongside others.


5. Sunday School gives you opportunities to serve and minister. Contacts with unchurched prospects gives you the privilege of sharing your faith. You show the love of Jesus by ministering to class members who have needs.


6. Sunday School has a place for the whole family. In one trip to church your entire family can participate in the important purposes of Bible study, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and evangelism. You gain the assurance of knowing every member of your family is involved in weekly, small-group Bible study


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Bible Study

Anytime a person, or thing does not grow, something is wrong.  Although some growth cannot be seen with your visible eyes, growth goes on nevertheless.  If the right environment is present, growth is expected.  In the natural, when a person has a child, and the child does not do certain things by a certain time, the parent becomes very concerned.  There are certain stages of growth for every human being, especially children.


It is important that children receive the right type of food and drink as well as rest and play to grow correctly during their growth stages.  These years are called formative tears.  It is a time when many things are formed or being formed in the mind, spirit ad the body, so it is with spiritual growth.  You cannot eat junk foods and expect to grow strong bones and teeth as a child.  neither cab you joke, gossip, lie, cheat, and steal and think that your spiritual life will produce correct growth.  It is the will of God that each believer will grow in grace and in the knowledge of His Son Jesus Christ.  Jesus told his disciples to take His yoke upon them and learn of Him.  It is vital that correct Christian growth is encouraged during the formative years,  as in the case of a child, or serious damage can result later in life.  

Evening Prayer

“… though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ,”(2 Cor 10:3-5)


Effective prayer clears the atmosphere of debris and reproach and replaces it with the authority and peace found in Christ. When we pray effectively, there is a cleansing that takes place in the world around us and in our minds. Sometimes, life and Satan will try to cloud our atmosphere with contrary emotions and thoughts. This subtle form of warfare can be general feelings of reproach, anxiety or futility. Effective prayer rips out these strongholds and silences the enemy’s subtle suggestions. Some of the clutter that the enemy will try to deposit in our lives starts as a kind of static. Maybe it begins as a subtle feeling that all of our efforts are futile. Maybe for you, the static that Satan tries to sow in your life is busyness, weariness and discontent, combined with the normal trials of life. 


Back in the day, there used to be a saying – P.U.S.H. It stood for “Pray Until Something Happens.” In times of intense prayer, we need to keep all of our being completely focused on the task at hand – pushing and laboring in prayer. That’s probably why the wise prayer warriors of the past kept it simple: “P.U.S.H.”


Effective prayer will cleanse our atmosphere and restore it to the condition it should be in – full of peace and the knowledge of Christ’s reign. 


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Weekly Services



Sundays @ 9:30 a.m.



Sundays @ 11:00 a.m.


Wednesdays @ 7 p.m.


Wednesdays @ 6 p.m.

"Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak." Matt 26:41 

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