A LIFE TRANSFORMED

This Sunday, Associate Pastor Steve Celinski discusses transformed lives and how we need the power of God with us through those changes. He also discusses the mistake we make of dwelling on past mistakes and how we should press forward towards our goals.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

***During this weeks sermon, our audio skipped for a few seconds somewhere around 6:25. In this section, Pastor Steve discussed the history of the split of the nation of Israel.  In the split, the ten tribes in the north comprised the Kingdom of Israel and the two tribes to the south formed the Kingdom of Judah.***

A LIFE TRANSFORMED

Text: Isaiah 6:1-8

On April 11, we will he hosting our Annual Easter Egg Hunt but candy donations and volunteers are still needed. If you would like to know to help, please use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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All Isn’t Enough

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the pursuit of fortune and fame and talks about the problems of life getting in the way of us seeing Jesus. He shares the story of Zacchaeus, a famous and wealthy tax collector who wouldn’t let things get in the way of him seeing Jesus and how his actions not only brought Jesus to his home but also changed him. He reminds us not to discriminate against those who are different and reminds us that when we spend time with Jesus, He will change our priorities, our lives and our whole world. 

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

All Isn’t Enough

Text: Luke 19: 1-10

Thinks I want to remember:

V.1: The Place: Jericho

V.2: The Person: Zacchaeus

V.3: The Pursuit: Sought

V.4: The Position: Up a Tree

V.5: The Proposition: Let’s Go

V.6: The Response: Joyful

V.7: The Criticism: Complaining

V.8: The Change: Amazing

V.9-10: The Reward: Eternal

On April 11, we will he hosting our Annual Easter Egg Hunt but candy donations and volunteers are still needed. If you would like to know to help, please use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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Crossing Over

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy asks us some thought provoking questions about where we are in life and if we are where we need to be. He explains that we need to decide where we need to be and to keep our eyes on God. How we need to make a choice as well as prepare for it and reminds us that until we get to Heaven, we will all have battles to fight. He uses the example of Moses and the Israelites during their 40 year journey to cross over.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

Sermon Edit: Please replace 80 years with 40 years in all places mentioned.

MESSAGE: Crossing Over

Text: Deuteronomy 30:19, Joshua 3:1-17

I.  Asses who you are: Joshua 3:1

II. Decide where you want to go: Joshua 3:2-4

III. Get ready: Joshua 3:5, Romans 12:1-2

IV. Seek God’s leadership: Joshua 3:6-12

V. Look for God to work: Joshua 3:13

VI. Step out, step in, step over: Joshua 3:14-17

There will be a New Member’s Class with Associate Pastor Celinski held every 3rd and 4th Sunday of the week. If you would like more information on becoming a new member, please visit the Membership page or contact the church via the contact information listed below.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

The church will be holding the monthly food pantry on February 25th. If you would like more information, please visit the food pantry page on our website under the resources tab.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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When not to Pray

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy shares some comforting words about prayers and not losing heart. He also explains that God is not our Heavenly sugar daddy and tells us that there is a time to stop praying and start moving. To turn our lives around, we need to DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT. He further expands on the need for fellowship, tithing, repentance, trust and obedience.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

Message: When not to Pray

Text: Philippians 4:6, I Thessalonians 5:17, 12Luke 18:1, 7

Introduction:

I.  When God has already given instruction.

A. Move to Action: Exodus 14:15

  1. Be saved: II Peter 3:9I Timothy 2:3-4
  2. Repent: Luke 13:3
  3. Be Baptized: Acts 2:38
  4. Get involved in Church: Hebrews 10:24-25
  5. Give: Proverbs 3:9Malachi 3:9-10

II. When we have a rebellious spirit: Proverbs 28:9

III. When we refuse to listen: Jeremiah 14:10-12Proverbs 1:28-30

IV. When we have un-confessed sin: Isaiah 59:2Psalms 66:18

Conclusion: I John 1:9Romans 10:13Psalms 139:23-24, II Chronicles 7:14.

On February 12th, there will be a Valentine’s Day dinner and show. If you would like to attend, tickets are available for purchase now until February 5th for $5.00 each. Tickets will no longer be available for purchase after the 9th of February.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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What’s in your hand?

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy covers parts of Exodus and Moses’ plight to follow God’s instructions right away. He talks about how we may sometimes struggle to do the same thing.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

 

 

 

Message: What’s in your hand?

Text: Exodus 4:1-9

I.  Moses’ Excuse Section.

A. Who am I? Exodus 3:10-12

B. Who are you? Exodus 3-14, 16

C. They won’t believe. Exodus 4:1-9

D. I’m not good at speaking. Exodus 4:10-12

II.  Lessons to learn.

A. Sin of Pride. Exodus 4:1

B. What’s available. Exodus 4:2

C. Need for obedience. Exodus 4:3-5

D. God is at work. Exodus 4:6-10

III. Two take away lessons.

A. Do I expect too little from God?

B. How willing am I to let God have me?

If you are unable to join us but would still like to hear the sermons, check out our weekly webs update and our archives.

We will be hosing our monthly Food Pantry this Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 9:30 am until noon. For additional information, please visit the Food Pantry page under the resources section of our site.

On February 12th, there will be a Valentine’s Day dinner and show. If you would like to attend, tickets are available for purchase now until February 5th for $5.00 each.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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Listen to the Holy Spirit

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses how we need to listen to the Holy Spirit and to not let the flame die. He gives examples and details from the Bible where we are told repeatedly to hear what the spirit has to say. He explains that as followers of Jesus Christ, the world will get us down but that it’ll be okay as long as we listen and follow what Christ tells us.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

 

Message: Listen to the Holy Spirit.

Text: Revelations 2 & 3

I.  Can you catch a theme?

a. Hear

b. Overcome

c. Theme

II.  The Church problems.

a. Ephesus

b. Smyrna

c. Pergamos

d. Thyatira

e. Sardis

f. Philadelphia

g. Laodicea

III. Repent? Hold fast? Overcome?

Four things the Church must remember:

1. We are the Church of the Incarnation.

2. We are the Church of the Cross.

3. We are the Church of the Resurrection.

4. We are the Church of the Pentecost.

If you are unable to join us but would still like to hear the sermons, check out our weekly webs update and our archives.

This Sunday, there will be a New Member’s Class. Please let us know if you would like to attend.

On February 12th, there will be a Valentine’s Day dinner and show. If you would like to attend, tickets are available for purchase now until February 5th for $5.00 each.

We still have a fundraiser on the back table to provide scholarships for the youth to go to camp. If you would like to donate, just take one of the numbered envelopes and place the amount written inside. Then place the envelope in the offering plate. Any help offered will be appreciated. 

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

Be sure to follow us here and on facebook and twitter. Like, share and repost to help us grow.

We do have a new facebook page so be sure to head over there to like us as well!