​​Sunday  morning  9:45  Sunday School 

​ for  Ages 3 to103 

Sunday  Morning Service at  11:00pm

​Child Care is provided for little ones in  the nursery during service , they are more then welcome to  remain in worship service as well  

Everyone Is Welcome


We’ve seen the transformation hundreds of times – people who came to us full of doubt and uncertainty become secure in the knowledge of their rightful place in God’s great kingdom. The change may start slowly – in a Bible Study class or choir participation, perhaps – but once it begins, it picks up speed. The good works, shared experiences, time spent in prayer – all bring us closer to our highest calling.


Take the first step toward personal renewal – join us for services this weekend!


Dear Explore HIS Word class, 

OK class, answer this question.  Has God’s word (ie.; the Bible) made any difference in your life?  C’mon, c’mon, think about it!  I repeat:

                        Has the Bible made any difference in your life?
Let me ask the question from a slightly different tangent.  Would your life be altered in any way if you had never heard of the Bible? 

I’ll be interested in your thoughts and answers. 

Last week we began to talk about “practicing righteousness” (see I John 2:29; 3:7,10).

This week I would like to continue on this topic, and perhaps expand it to a whole new, higher level.

Our reading assignment for Sunday is I John 3:10-18. 

Scottish theologian, William Barclay, describes this portion of Scripture as “The Marks of the Children of God”.  He is clearly implying that there is something noticeable that sets a child of God apart! 

Please read the assigned verses and gather with us Sunday, ready to discuss these “marks”!


See you in the Pfrangle Hall parlor, 9:45 AM.  Bring your Bible and some friends!


                                    In His Matchless Love,  Ron and Sue


PS:  It was so good to have Lucille and Paul back worshiping with us last Sunday.  They have

        been greatly missed!  Please continue to pray for Roberta and Dutch!