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We are a church that wants to keep it 'real'.  That is why in our mission statement, you will read that we are just "real people" who want to love God and our neighbor, grow into the community that God wants us to be and serve others both near and far.  If that's the kind of community you are looking for, come check us out.  Learn more about us here on our website.  But the best way to check us out is in person.  We are all about relationships and we would love to get to know you. 

You can join us at our relaxed, energized contemporary worship service–or our traditional service that's filled with liturgy and hymns.

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Contemporary - 9:30 a.m.

Traditional - 11:00 a.m.

We look forward to getting to know you and growing with you into all that God wants us to be!  See you soon!

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February 17, 2019

Series: Revolution

Message: Leaving Our Mark

Scripture: 2 Timothy 1:3-7

February marks African American History month, an observance of the achievements African American men and women have made in science, politics, sports, religion, entertainment, business, and many other fields. This year's observance is especially significant as it marks 400 years since the arrival of twenty African slaves on the shores of Jamestown, Virginia in 1619. Since their arrival, African Americans have contributed to the expansion and growth of our country from thirteen colonies to the present United States. African American history is not merely the history of one people, but it is the shared history of American people and their indelible mark on the world.


When I reflect on what the church means to me, I am reminded of how the history of African Americans has also shaped my experience with the church. My faith journey has been influenced by the many voices of African American preachers, teachers, theologians, and thinkers who were committed to passing down the Christian faith. These men and women left behind a rich Christian heritage, much like what was passed on to Timothy from his mother and grandmother (2 Tim 1:5). Passing down the faith is indeed a revolutionary way for the church to leave its mark on the world.


Join us this Sunday at 9:30 and 11:00 as we explore the legacy of the church in a message titled “Leaving Our Mark” from the text 2 Timothy 1:3-7. 

See you Sunday!

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