Sunday School: 9:30 AM

Worship: 11:00 AM

Prayer: Sunday 9:00 AM and Tuesday 1:00 PM

From The Pastor

A Christmas A-B-C Primer

Thanksgiving is over and December is upon us; our attention now turns to Christmas. As Christians we are keenly aware that many in our culture will observe this holiday in a very secular manner, giving nary a thought to the incarnation unless there is a passing nod to a crèche. But do we ever question…

Giving Thanks for God

Thanksgiving is one of the highlights of the year for most of us as it provides a wonderful opportunity to pause with family and friends and give thanks to God for all His many blessings. Although this holiday is uniquely a result of the Pilgrims’ reverence and gratitude to the Lord for preserving them, much…

Semper Fi, Mac

The well-known U. S. Marine motto, Semper Fidelis illustrates how some phrases can vividly communicate much more than a simple saying.  Our neighbor was a former Marine and proud of it; he understood and embraced the history and culture of the Marine Corps in the best ways imaginable.  We were thankful that God placed us…

Gauging the Importance of Mile Markers and Percentage Points

September marks the end of summer vacations with Labor Day and the beginning of school (although most schools today jump the gun and start before August ends!). Teachers and students have returned to the classroom and adjust once more to the school-year schedule. Back-to-school shopping is finished and while Mom isn’t surprised, Dad is astounded…

Summertime is Vacation time!

Summer is typically the time we think about taking vacations.  School is out, the weather is nice and warm, and so for many it’s a good time to take a week or so to travel.  But often, a vacation is not about getting away, or going somewhere, we are simply glad to take a break! …

Summertime is Reading time!

We Christians are people of The Book.  God has revealed Himself and His will to us in the Word.  And having the Bible in our own language is an amazing blessing; we ought to read and study and meditate on it with joy and thanksgiving!  How we view and treat God’s Word is a good…

Some Recent Blessings

We had a wonderful visit this past Sunday evening (May 26th) from Rev. Jack and Nell Chinchen, founders of the African Bible Colleges. As Jack shared from Isaiah 18, we saw God’s hand at work in Africa. What a blessing to have had the privilege and opportunity to partner with those who have heard and…

Remembering Mothers and Missionaries This May

The celebration of Mother’s Day in our country is well-established, although it has been commercialized to such a de-gree that its founder, Anna Jarvis, was sorry she had succeeded in creating it. The day itself is a worthwhile attempt to remind us of our blessed duty to “honor our mothers” (see Dt. 5:16 and Eph….

Easter: A Date on a Calendar or a Day that Changes Everything?

There are two dates this month (Sunday, March 10th and Sunday, March 31st) that affect our daily living; but there’s a danger that both become sim-ply something we remember once and then go on with life almost as if nothing has changed. Of course I’m talking about Daylight Savings Time beginning and Easter. I’ve found…