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Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions Kickoff / Carry-in Meal – “Sending Hope” – March 10, 5:30 pm

We kickoff our Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions this Sunday Evening, March 10, at 5:30 pm.

Every penny given to this offering will go to the North American Mission Board of our Southern Baptist Convention to be used to share the Good News of Jesus Christ all across our nation and throughout North America.

Our church goal this year is $4,200, as we cooperate with tens of thousands of other Southern Baptist Churches in supporting this great Missions effort. You can give over and above your regular giving at any time between now and the end of April to support this great cause of sharing Jesus with North America!

Our kickoff dinner Sunday at 5:30 pm will be a carry-in meal. So bring a main dish to share with others and a side dish/dessert. We will eat together and have a brief program on this effort to reach our nation for Christ. We look forward to seeing you there!

NOTE: This will take the place of our regular evening service March 10.

ATTENTION: All Wednesday Night Activities Canceled Due to Flooring Project – Update 2/20/19


Our Wednesday Evening Activities – including Prayer Meeting and Choir Practice – are canceled for tonight due to the Basement Flooring Project, which is finishing up this week. Coatings of Polyurethane are being applied to the floor in the hallway today and tomorrow, which creates a very strong odor throughout our building.

We apologize for this inconvenience. But as you see from the photos, it is going to look very nice! Thank you for your patience throughout this process over the past month. Our Wednesday Schedule should return to normal next week!

Praise God for a truly Wonderful Winter Bible Study Weekend!

What a great Winter Bible Study we had this past weekend, February 1-3, as we covered the thematic study, “What are You Afraid Of?”, by Dr. David Jeremiah.

We averaged 45 in the sessions Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon, and had 140 for the session on Sunday Morning! The great truth that God’s power and Presence can rise above any fear we face came shining through. We can always trust Him, and know that when we exercise our faith in times of fear, He will be glorified and we will have His peace and strength.

Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this study possible, especially to our Kitchen crew who did a great job as always.