Jesus purified the temple in Jerusalem reminding the people that the house of God is a house of prayer.
We all have various experiences with fathers and our views of them. Today we focus on our perception of our Heavenly Father. Join us on Sunday a 10:30 am for our regular Sunday service.
Today is Pentecost Sunday. It is the birthday of the church. The church’s magnificence at the end of the age may be beyond our imagination right now, for the church will radiate with the glory of the Christ as a
We are called to be light in the darkness. Light is a revealer, a source of comfort, a guide, and an attribute of Christ.
In order for us to stay on track and keep our focus on God’s Bigger Plan, we need to see God for who He is. Seeing God stimulates a reaction of worship, for what else could a person do?
“Wait on the Lord”, the bible says, but that is easier said than done. Pastor David today suggests that we get tempted and impatient in our seasons of waiting because we are far too often only contemplating the smaller picture.
This Sunday we will be investigating and encouraging ourselves through the powerful nature of God’s word that brings into existence and the ever-present character of Jesus in scripture that brings abundant life.
In today’s message, Deacon Harold interviews church members who have completed the Freedom in Christ discipleship course, as they share their experiences and the impact it has had on their life.
My Lord and my God! Join us for our Easter Sunday Service, where Elder Martin Finegan will bring the message. The service starts at 10:30 am.
Join us for our Good Friday Service, starting at 10:30 am titled “A Permanent Division“, based on Romans 5:8. As ever, our Good Friday service will be loaded with various items to help us remember the true meaning of Easter.