Joy matters

We all want it. God tells us where to find it. It's not found in being a good person. It's not found in doing your own thing. Joy is found in relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ. If you know Jesus, you have joy. That's what our church is all about. Enjoying a growing relationship with God.

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  • Sunday Review - December 14

    Below is a brief review of our meeting yesterday, the quotes highlighted during the message, and a few discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week.  Matthew led us in singing O Come All Ye Faithful.  Kevin Khoffie read Isaiah 9:2-7 and we sang My Soul Magnifies the Lord and When Love Came Down. Gene prayed and preached a sermon from Mark 3:7-19 titled "The Crowds and the Called", The message is part of our current series, Son of God: The Gospel According to Mar...

  • Sunday Review - December 7

    Below is a review of our Sunday Meeting yesterday followed by quotes highlighted during the sermon and a few questions for community group discussion or personal study this week. We began the service by singing 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord). Matthew read Exodus 33:12-16 as a call to worship.

  • Christmas Food Outreach

       Christmas is my favorite time of year where we joyfully anticipate the birth of our Savior and are reminded of God’s amazing love for us. Unfortunately for many, it's hard to think about Christmas because they are hungry and concerned about feeding their family or themselves. This year, we're going share the good news of Christmas by delivering boxes of food to families we've had the privilege of serving in our Food Pantry.

  • Sunday Review - November 30

    Below is a brief review of our meeting yesterday, as well as a few discussion questions for  Community Group or personal study this week. Gene read  John 1:1-14  as a call to worship. We sang  Hope of the World  and  Stay and Wait.  Juan Ledon read  Psalm 84  and we sang  All I Have is Christ.

  • Christmas Eve Service & Choir

      "But when the fullness of time had time, God sent forth his Son, both of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons." (Galatians 4:4-5)   Christmas is as much an end as is it a beginning. It's a beginning in the sense that Christmas marks the moment God invaded our broken world to undo the curse of sin. However, it's also an end in the sense that Christmas represents the fulfillment of centuries of divine promises and ...

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