Our Articles of Faith and Teachings
*Thomas Watson: “This world is but a great inn, where we are to stay a night or two and be gone; what madness is it to set our heart upon our inn, as to forget our...
The Priceless Treasure That Cannot Be Saved Luke 12:13-20 I. The Incorrect Assumption II. The Inescapable Assurance III. The Important Application A. It is Time to Awaken from Apathy • Romans 13:11 – And do this,...
Playing to Win Jude 1:1-3 I. The Servant AuthorII. The Secure Audience III. The Substituted Address IV. The Serious Admonition A. The Falsehoods 1. Minimizing Doctrine 2. Moral Relativism 3. Mimicking the World 4. Misinformed in...
Worship 8:45 am
Sunday School 10:00 am
Worship 11:00 am
Evening Worship 5:45 pm
Worship 11:00 am
House of Prayer 7:00 pm
Youth Worship 7:00 pm
“They forgot God their Savior, which had done great things in Egypt.”
The children of Israel had short memories–they were always forgetting what God had done for them. As a result, they were habitual complainers. They grumbled and griped at every turn–when they became hungry; when they became thirsty; when they found themselves in a tight spot. We, too, are bad to forget all that God has done for us in Christ, and a forgetful heart is quick to complain. Let me encourage you to remember how blessed you are by counting your blessings every day. When we THINK of all that the Lord has done for us, we can’t help but THANK Him for His goodness and mercy which are following us all the days of our lives.
We have returned to our normal in-person schedule – House of Prayer on Wednesday evenings, 8:45 AM and 11:00 AM worship services on Sunday mornings, Sunday School at 10:00 AM, and Sunday evening worship at 5:45 PM.
Registration for our worship services is no longer necessary, but we do ask that if you need childcare, please register your children so that our ministry workers can plan accordingly.