February 20, 2022
Rev. Cortez Stegall says if COVID cases continue to decline, we will resume In-Person Sunday Morning Worship Service on the first Sunday in March. He will announced on the conference call if things change.
by Cortez Stegall
February 19, 2022
Nine of the Ten Commandments found in Exodus 20:1–17 are repeated in the New Testament numerous times in different ways. For example, in giving a summary of our moral responsibilities to one another, Jesus repeats four of the Ten Commandments to the young ruler in Mark 10:17–19. The only commandment not repeated in the New Testament is the fourth one,
by Pat Seals
June 11, 2022
In this sermon, we learn why worshiping God is important for us to do in our everyday lives. You might also like these... A Friend to the Bridegroom When You Pray, part 5: But, Deliver Us From the Evil One – Satan Unfailing Love Left Behind Too Late
by Kenneth Lofton
May 22, 2022
God is the creator of all things and He has everything that you need. In this sermon, we are reminded of God's power and His intended uses of His creations.
January 9, 2022
Giving statements for 2021 are now available for you to use when you file your taxes. They will be given out by request only. If you would like a statement, please contact Church Treasurer, Sis. Tabita.
Do you have a disagreement with someone? In this sermon, we are reminded how to treat each other, even if we are mad at them.
In this sermon, we’re encouraged to invite others to get ready for Jesus’ feast. We’re also encouraged to reach out to the less fortunate and help them prepare for the party, and to do the things that are necessary for us to be prepared for the party.
In this sermon, Rev. Lofton reminds us to hold on to Jesus, especially in dark times.
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