Sermon for September 19, 2021

Jesus must have thought this was important as he had told his disciples directly what the ministry of Jesus looks like.  While healing and casting out demons are seen as Jesus doing the miraculous, Jesus is revealing that the miracle of taking care of those in need is just as great of miracle.  Why?  Just like we, in our own power cannot do any of the things that deal with healing and spiritual warfare, human nature is SO flawed that what would be the greatest miracle would be if people simply cared for all people!

A Time To Be Thankful

Psalm 100 Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth! Serve the Lord with gladness!Come into his presence with singing! Know that the Lord, he is God! It is he who made us, and we are his;[a] we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving,and his courts with praise!Give … [Read more…]

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.

Sunday Worship

We will be using Facebook live this weekend until our YouTube Channel is completely activated. Pastor Jodi provided worship via her husband’s Facebook account, so you can view that video via his page as we are working on some difficulties encountered trying to use the Fox Street Page. A link to the church’s Facebook page … [Read more…]

Coronavirus Contingency Plan from Pastor Rebecca

During any crisis, we have a firm foundation. Our faith is in God and God’s provision. We are not to live in fear but through prayer we can find God’s peace. We can help reduce people’s anxiety through prayerful, informed counsel, and by having a plan of action that will be in their best interest.

Sermon for January 19, 2020

So, a “person” must “redd” up their house or get their house in order, as referenced last week. But there is something hidden in plain sight in today’s sermon, the house is clean, but is now there is no one residing there: