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.

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This Sunday's Sermon Info
2 Timothy 1:15-18

Paul had been hurt before.  The world hated the Lord Jesus, so it hated those who strongly represented Jesus.  The world has a way of influencing or swaying even the elect into making bad decisions.  The Apostle Paul wanted to remind Pastor Timothy that when that happens to him, and it would happen to him eventually, he was to focus on the shining examples of those who were faithful and not get caught up in those who were not.  It is not known if the two men named here were apostate in their faith, or they just chose to turn their backs on Paul when he must have needed them.  But Paul knew this type of behavior happened to the Lord Jesus often because of His teaching, so he could expect it to happen to him, too.  But when it does happen to those who follow Christ, it is painful.  Paul had felt the betrayal deeply.  He knew the impact it might have on Pastor Timothy, so he wrote this encouraging letter to remind the young pastor of his responsibility and use those as an example who had made bad and good choices.  Not everyone who claims Christ is who they say they are and perseverance in the ministry no matter the circumstance is a good way to see who are truly faithful.

This Sunday's Sermon Outline

Point I: The Unfaithful (15)

Point II: The Faithful (16-18)