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Our Vacation Bible School theme was "Rolling River Rampage."  Each day we journeyed down the river.  We found Adventure, Acceptance, Joy, Rest and Peace. Our Paddle Captain was Brenda Radford and our Mercy Neal was Romper the River Otter.

Pastor Wes leading a bible story. 

We are thankful for our adult volunteers. 

Our Mission Project was making Manna bags and we made 160 bags.  Our students wrote notes for each bag. 

Wonderful joint worship service on Sunday morning highlighting Vacation Bible School.


Worship and Prayer Group

I am inviting you to be part of our “Worship and Prayer Group” every Thursday 7:00pm. We can consider the example of the King David who was a man after God’s own heart, and he knew how to pray. He talked to God all the time, not just once a week. He also talked to him when he laid on his bed at night and when he covered his couch with tears. David just had this way of talking to God all the time. He wasn’t afraid to tell God how he felt and he wasn’t afraid to make his requests known to God. One thing is certain – David always expected God to answer him. And he waited in expectation. As you read through the Psalms you will see over and over again that David had complete assurance that God would intervene and grant him his request.
In the New Testament, Paul the apostle said, "Pray without ceasing". Did he really mean it? I believe that he did. The older I get, the simpler life gets. That does not mean it is "easy." I speak of spiritual simplicity, the kind of attitude which gets right to the root of what really matters. I believe that Paul meant what he said to the Christians at Thessalonica and that his words are important to those who bear the name Christian today. We need to pray.
Psalm 5 says: “In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation.”
See you Thursday.,




Youth Group

Our church is very pleased to host our youth group every Friday of this month from 5:00 to 7:00pm and be part of our intentional in a greater community that inspires our younger generation to take a lead on serving God and our neighbor. Please encourage your youth or those who you know to be part of the youth age group and keep them in your prayers, it will be a blessing.
Let no one despise your youth, but set the believers an example in speech and conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12



Sunday, July 22nd , is the 9th Sunday after Pentecost.

The scriptures for Sunday are:

  • Samuel 7:1-14a
  • Psalm 89:20-37
  • Ephesians 2:11-22
  • Mark 6:30-34, 53-56


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