A Christ-centered, Bible-based, and Family-oriented church committed to God, each other, and our community.

Our 2018 Theme: Transformed

We are saved through Christ, and then we are changed through Christ.  As the apostle Paul challenged Christians: “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind” (Romans 12:2).  This year we are focusing on the Christian transformation, from self-centered, sinful people, to people that live and think more like Christ.  Join us in 2018 as we renew our commitment to becoming what God knows we can be!

Latest Church Blog Posts

Because I’m Happy…

By: Paulette Bush “Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say rejoice”,Philippians 4:4. Rejoice:  to be joyful, to be happy. “He who trusts in the Lord, happy is he”, Proverbs 20:16. Happy, like: “sing and be happy”; breathe happy (Febreeze); “sleep happy” (Mattress-firm)? No. Rejoice and be happy in the Lord! “Happy are the people…

Where Are You God?

By: Becky Traywick Where Are You God? Isaiah 60:21b “I am the Lord; in its time I will hasten it.” Whenever I go through difficult times I often wonder “God, where are you?” I’ve even had the misconception that I have sinned in some way that the Lord has turned a blind eye to my…

We Are Family

By: Haley Wilson Galatians 2:6 “Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” In our walk, the weight of the world can be hard and get extremely heavy to bear. We have jobs, school, family, problems, problems, and more problems. Not only do we have to deal with our problems, we have to deal…

Recent Sermons

PM – Can a Christian Fall Away and Be Lost?

Tonight our extended Scripture reading (2 Peter chapter 2) includes one of the many “warning passages” in the New Testament.  It brings up an issue we sometimes discuss with our religious neighbors, and it’s an issue we need to understand for ourselves also…

AM – The Old Me and the New Me: My Attitude Toward Others

This morning we complete our Sunday morning series on “The Old Me and the New Me” from Ephesians chapter 4.  We end with verses 31-32, which show us two very different ways we can relate to other people.  In a sinful world where people will hurt us, will my attitude  be like the “old self,” or can I grow to where the “new me” treats others more like Christ?

Wednesday Night Summer Series – Out of Egypt: The Passover

Tonight we continue our 2018 Wednesday Night Summer Series!  Our series theme this year is “Summer Travels,” as we study some of the best-known biblical ‘travels’ within the bigger story of God’s work in His world. Tonight’s lesson is shared by Dwight Albright of the Park Avenue Church of Christ (Memphis), entitled: “Out of Egypt:…