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 - January 18

    Here is a brief review of our meeting on Sunday followed by a few questions for Community Group discussion or personal study this week. Josh began the meeting with a call to worship. We sang Behold Our God, Holy is the Lord, and Shine Into Our Night.

  • Sanctity of Human Life

    This week, churches throughout America will commemorate Sanctity of Human Life Sunday…a celebration of the value of human life.  This value of life is established in the first chapter of the Bible when God created man in His own image.  The Psalmist David affirms the value of human life in Psalm 139, where he declares to God: You formed my inward parts; You knitted me together in my mother's womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are Your works; my soul ...

  • Ladies Sleepover

      Ladies! One of our traditions is to begin the year with a sleepover in the church building.  It’s not only lots of fun, but provides one of the best opportunities of the year to build friendships with other ladies! This year’s sleepover begins Friday at 7:00 pm and ends Saturday at noon.

  • Fifth Petition: God's Deliverance

    “Deliver us from overpowering temptations and the evil one” In Jesus’ prayer, He reminds us that we are in a war with the world, our flesh, and the devil as our enemies.  It is a battle for our souls and we are often out-matched.  We need help! The first part is a prayer is for deliverance from overwhelming temptation that includes riches, power, and honor which incline our hearts to believe that we do not need God.  It reminds us that we are weak and prone to sin and in need of G...

  • Fourth Petition: God's Forgiveness

    “Forgive our sins as we forgive others” The glory of the Gospel is that Jesus died to set us free from the guilt and penalty of sin.  So God has graciously forgiven those who confess their sins through the finished work of Christ upon the Cross. But an unforgiving heart cannot accept the forgiveness graciously given by God. Because we have been forgiven, a forgiven man or woman must be a forgiver.

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