“To learn, live and share
the love of Jesus Christ”
(our mission statement and core value!)
We are committed to building up the entire Body of Christ by…
(1) Providing opportunities for worship and praise for all of God’s people.
(2) Sharing the love of our Lord and Savior with our neighbors, our community, and the world through innovative ministry programs, outreach activities, and fellowship events.
(3) Nurturing and encouraging the spiritual growth of every person.
As a congregation of the oldest Protestant denomination in the world, we are firmly grounded in the historic Christian doctrines and practices. Here is some information about what we believe.
Come and worship with us…
where visitors are always welcome!
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am Sunday School / 11:00 am Worship
Where will you worship this Sunday?
(Note: Wedding facilities rental information may be found under “Resources”)
Coming Events & Activities…
SUNDAY SCHOOL at 10:00 a.m.
WORSHIP SERVICE at 11:00 a.m.
“Let The Same Mind”
Text: Philippians 2:5-11
Paul says, “Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus.” How do we develop the mind of Christ? First, we need to know the mind of Christ. We need to study the form, character, actions and words of Jesus Christ. He did not consider equality with God something to be grasped. We also should not hold to any form, but rather be reformed by the love of God in Jesus Christ. As we study, learn and grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ, we allow our thought, words and deeds to be directed by the same mind that was in Jesus Christ. Jesus did not die on the cross for the church. Jesus died on the cross for the world. Let us have the same mind that was in Christ Jesus. Let us also take up our cross and follow him.
DISCUSSION QUESTION FOR THIS WEEK…
“The Rise of Apostolic Leadership”
“How do we develop leaders for church work?” Was this the question of the early church? What if it had been? We are living in a new reality, but it is not all that different from the reality in which the church began. What if we changed the question to, “How do we develop leaders for the Christian movement?” How would this change our approach and expectation regarding leadership development? How would it change the way we measure leadership success?
HOW DO WE DEVELOP LEADERS FOR THE CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT?
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