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Officer Nominations

Officer Nominations

At our congregational meeting on January 15th, we will be receiving nominations for men to serve in office of Elder and Deacon. A preparatory class wll be offered in December on the following dates: 12/18/16  –  The Office of Elder Supplemental Article >>...
How to Study Scripture

How to Study Scripture

In some ways, the Bible is to be read like any other book. It does not turn nouns into verbs or adjectives into adverbs, but follows the established rules of language. In other ways, the Bible is like no other book on earth. It’s author is God and it’s...
A Time to Witness

A Time to Witness

Most Christians pray for increased opportunities to witness and this is a perfectly biblical thing to do (c.f., Colossians 4:2-6). Please join us for Discipleship Hour on Sundays as Pastor McShaffrey points out some rather obvious upcoming opportunities to witness....
Seven Churches of Revelation

Seven Churches of Revelation

Overcoming compromise is a continual struggle for the church in every age, but it is a calling that comes directly from the resurrected Christ: “To him who overcomes…” This sacred calling and strong promise is issued in each of the seven letters to...
Study: Good Works

Study: Good Works

Few (if any) would deny that an essential part of the Christian religion is the performing of good works. But why? What do good works accomplish (especially since we are saved by grace alone)? Join us for mid-week Bible study during the month of August as Pastor...
Why bring food to church?

Why bring food to church?

Suspending our afternoon ministries so we can enjoy an extended time of fellowship once a month is a long-standing tradition in our church. Historically speaking, the practice is actually ancient and apostolic. In the NT, such events were called “love feasts” (Jude...