Posts from April 2022

They Ate!

So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, (Acts 2:46 NKJV) That was the early church, and guess what? We will follow in their footsteps Saturday (April 23rd at 8AM) as we gather for Men’s Prayer Breakfast! Guys, this is not something you’ll want to miss – join us for great food and fellowship. Bring your Bibles and prayer requests, too, for…

Good Friday and Easter Sunday

The sanctuary is ready and decorated for Good Friday and Easter. I hope you will join us as we remember our Lord’s sacrifice on the cross on Good Friday. We’ll meet at 6:30 this evening for that service. Communion will be served. Then we’ll meet at our regular times on Sunday as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection – 9:30 for Sunday School and 10:30 for worship. A note about parking: The church lot remains in disarray due to our building project.…

Midweek and Weekend Update

It’s Easter weekend, and so our schedule changes a bit. There will be NO prayer meeting this evening (Wednesday). Good Friday service will be held on Friday (April 15th) at 6:30 PM. Communion will be served. Sunday School WILL meet on Sunday at 9:30 AM followed by our Easter Worship Service at 10:30 AM. Join us as we worship and serve our risen Savior!  

Are You Ready?

On that first Palm Sunday, one of the messages embedded in Jesus’ triumphal ride through the Eastern Gate atop a donkey was, “Are you ready for the King?” We ask it still today as we await His second coming. “Are you ready for the King?” He’s coming, you know! This Lord’s Day we’ll remember Palm Sunday. Will you join us? Sunday School is at 9:30 Worship Service is at 10:30  

Ready… Set… RESET!

Last week we had only a handful of people who attended prayer meeting. Let’s reset that this week and get back to normal. SO MUCH TO PRAY ABOUT! SO MANY WHO NEED PRAYER! Martyn Lloyd Jones said, “There is nothing that tells the truth about us as a Christian people so much as our prayer life.” And another said “Much prayer, much power. Little prayer, little power. No prayer, no power.” Let’s go for the power! Let’s have much prayer…