Sermon for August 30, 2020

many — The office is a noble one; but few are fit for it. Few govern the tongue well (Jas_3:2), and only such as can govern it are fit for the office; therefore, “teachers” ought not to be many.

Sermon for August 23, 2020

Ask yourself the question, what makes you comfortable? The next question to follow this one, what are you most afraid of? While these are two separate questions, when compared to what is common among all humanity, we often use the two questions together.

Sermon for August 16, 2020

As we are brought up in a fallen world, many of us carry things; opinions, thoughts, beliefs, that have been influenced by the culture we grew up in. In our story we find one of the greatest biblical characters in the history of the world, Moses.

August 9, 2020 Church Service

Don’t forget today’s church service will be held at Two Mile Run County Park. Same time: 10:45 a.m. We’ll meet at Lakeside Pavilion. We’ll also be having a baptismal service. A picnic will follow — everything provided! If you want, bring a lawn chair.