Worship times


Sunday school is at 10 AM.

Sunday worship is at 11 AM.

Wednesday Bible study is 6-8 PM.

We have a Sunday evening worship we call "Fourth Sunday Worship". It is every fourth Sunday at 5PM.

The Gospel
"There is none righteous, not even one"

The Bible teaches us that mankind is sinful.  All are born in sin and are sinners.  All of mankind is depraved and under God's righteous judgment; there are none who are good, not one.

As such, mankind is in need of a Savior.  The Bible teaches us that Christ is that Savior and He is the only One that can save us because He is God in flesh, the Son of God.  He has died for our sin and taken the punishment we deserved, though He is without sin; He is the perfect sacrifice, the Lamb of God.  He is our penal substitutionary atonement.  He is the only way, truth and life--we must go to Him to get to God the Father.

This is only possible through repentance of sin and faith in Jesus Christ.

Worship and Study

From the worship leader

I love to study the Old Testament. I am always drawn to the poetic language, the boldness of the prophets and the authors’ descriptions of God’s majesty and holiness. The Old Testament offers a wealth of practical wisdom for our daily walk with the Lord.

This Sunday's Sermon Info
1 Timothy 1:18-20

After a burst of praise from his heart in a brief personal digression (verses 12-17), Paul returns to his instruction for the young pastor Timothy.  This resumes what he had begun writing in verse three.  Paul uses the same Greek word for “command” in verse eighteen that he had used in verse five and this refers to the false teachers mentioned in verse three.  Paul reminds the young pastor that he has been called and gifted “in accordance with the prophecies previously made concerning” him.  He was to “fight the good fight” by standing on the word of God as he ministered to the sheep there in Ephesus.  Paul also gave warning and an example of those who had experienced “shipwreck in regard to their faith”.  Paul pointedly calls out the names of those men whom he had “handed over to Satan” for the sin of blasphemy.  These two men had rejected “faith and a good conscience”.  Rejecting God’s word has tragic results.  Paul gave good counsel to the young pastor in dealing with some very difficult situations.  Any time the Word of God is preached, we must realize that Satan will do everything he can to disrupt, distract and mislead by sewing doubt.  Pastor Timothy had to be on the look-out for those who would reject the truth and attempt to recreate their own truth through distorting what God’s Word taught.  If they were identified, Pastor Timothy would have to deal with them biblically and Paul had seen to it to provide instructions for this.

This Sunday's Sermon Outline

Point I: The Command (18-19a)

Point II: The Danger (19b)

Point III: The Example (20)