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t.r.u.t.h.


Truth

teens realizing unlimited treasures from heaven

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t.r.u.t.h.


Truth

teens realizing unlimited treasures from heaven

A Youth Development Ministry for ages 10-18 assisting and encouraging youth in spiritual growth through the planning of mission and outreach activities during Wednesday Night Bible Study and Discipleship Training. Areas of ministries and activities include: Youth Revival, Vacation Bible School Outreach; Hallelujah Night; Sickle Cell Walk-A-thon; Coat Drive; Christmas Parade and Christmas Basket distribution.

 

October

Session One: Life Isn't Over

Bottom Line: Even when there’s trouble, you can trust Him.

Have you ever gotten really involved in a TV show or book series only to be blind-sided by a major plot twist? Things are going totally fine until the main character gets into an awful accident, becomes friends with the villain, or just dies altogether! When that plot twist happens you find yourself thinking, Is this the end? Did they just ruin the entire thing? Is this somehow going to be the plot twist that makes the story even better?

 

Session Two: Parents Just Don’t Understand

Bottom Line: God gets you.

Everyone loves a superhero story. A regular person with regular abilities has a regular life that everyone sees in one way and then suddenly—plot twist! Something happens and that seemingly regular person develops a special power and becomes someone different. What’s interesting is that even as we get to watch them leap tall buildings, fight the bad guys, and save the world, those closest to them don’t know who they really are. Life goes on as if nothing has changed. And while we may not be super heroes, we all know how that feels. Your family sees you in a certain way, but, deep down, you know you’re someone else. They don’t see you the way you really are.

 

Session Three: #FOMO

Bottom Line: Because He is with me, I’ll be okay either way.

How is it that social media can provide us with both the best and worst parts of our day? On one hand it’s fun to check in and see what’s happening with your friends or laugh at a funny comment or goofy video. But on the other hand, we’ve all experienced photos online giving us a case of #FOMO (fear of missing out). Whether we realize it or not, there’s something about social media that gives us the idea that our lives just aren’t measuring up. We think we’re missing something in our lives so much so that we start thinking that if only we had it—a new car, a different body, a more popular group of friends—our lives would improve. But you probably know from experience that this isn’t true. You get something you think will make your life better and, in a plot twist, pretty soon you find yourself wishing for the next thing. Suddenly, you’re so focused on what you think you’re missing that you can’t enjoy your life here and now.

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Warriors


Warriors

equipped and ready

Warriors


Warriors

equipped and ready

The Warrior’s ministry prepares and equips elementary students from 1st – 5th grades to worship God, love one another and to live out their faith.

Core Times: Sunday School – Sundays @ 8:45, Children’s Church – Sundays @ 10am, and Wednesday Night Live – Wednesdays @ 6:30

This month, think about this question: “What can you do together?” What can you do together as a church to demonstrate to your children the way God designed us—not only to need each other, but also to need Him?  How can we cooperate with God on His plan to change the world?

I have this sneaking suspicion that the children who watched those friends that tore the roof apart and saw Jesus make that man walk again were never the same. They had stories to tell for generations because they had seen the power of cooperation and what happens when God shows up to put His stamp of approval on people working together. This month, help make that the story of your church too.

Nursery

As part of the services ministries, the nursery provides structured activities and biblical teaching for children ages 5 years old and under.

Children

Our children’s ministry includes all elementary students from 1st – 5th grades. Students gather for Children’s Church which places the word of God on a level for them to understand. If you are interested, please inform the greeters and they will direct you to Warrior check-in. These service are offered at all of our Sunday Worship services including Wednesday Night Bible Study.

 

October

Theme: Fear, Inc. Courage

Week 1: 

Bottom Line: You can do what you should even when you don’t know what will happen next. Most of the time our fear comes from assuming something about the future that may or may not happen. Courage doesn’t mean our fear is gone. Rather, courage is choosing to act even though we are afraid. We’ll never know what will happen next, but we can trust God to give us the strength we need to move forward.

Week 2:

Bottom Line: You can do what you should even when you don’t feel ready. We all face times when we feel like we’re supposed to do something, but fear that we won’t have what it takes to get it done. We can have courage to follow through knowing that God can give us what we need to get the job done.

Week 3:

Bottom Line: You can do what you should even when things seem impossible. We may not face the Red Sea or an army of angry Egyptians, but we will face moments where what we need to do will feel impossible to us. When that happens, we can remember that we can trust God no matter what. God is bigger and stronger than anything we face. Just like Moses and the Israelites, God can do the impossible in our lives too.

Week 4:

Bottom Line: You can do what you should even when others are afraid. We will face times when the people around us are scared or making unwise choices. When that happens, we should trust God. He can give us the courage we need to do what we should and be an example that points others to Him.

Week 5:

Bottom Line: You can do what you should because God is with you. Even when what we’re asked to do doesn’t make sense, we can have courage to do it knowing that God is helping us. We should remember that God is near and He is for us. We can trust God no matter what and have courage to do what we should.

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Youth Adult Connection


Youth Adult Connection

Youth Adult Connection


Youth Adult Connection

A Youth Development Ministry for ages 10-18 assisting and encouraging youth in spiritual growth through the planning of mission and outreach activities during Wednesday Night Bible Study and Discipleship Training. Areas of ministries and activities include: Youth Revival, Vacation Bible School Outreach; Hallelujah Night; Sickle Cell Walk-A-thon; Coat Drive; Christmas Parade and Christmas Basket distribution.

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Women's Ministry


Women's Ministry

Women's Ministry


Women's Ministry

Matrons

The Matrons ministry addresses the critical issues of women ranging from ages 26-45. Areas of ministry include: Parenting and Family Support; Health Emphasis; Girls’ Enhancement; Girls’ Retreat and Church-wide outreach.

Senior Aid Society

Meeting the needs of the sick and bereaved, areas of ministry include: Home Care and Relief, Bereavement Support; Sick and Shut-In Visitation; Easter Baskets for the Sick; Samaritan’s Purse (Aid to Foreign Children) and Church-wide Ministry.

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Brotherhood


Brotherhood

Brotherhood


Brotherhood

Our gentlemen help in special ministries of support. Areas of ministry include: Prison Outreach, Home Repair and Winterizing, Automobile Check and Support Services, PUSH/Substance Abuse Support, Boys’ Retreat, Boys’ Basketball, Fishing and Church-wide Outreach.

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Other Ministries


Other Ministries

Other Ministries


Other Ministries

Media/Public Relations

The Media/Public Relations Ministry operates all aspects of audio, video and multimedia equipment necessary to enhance the message that is being delivered during church services, and other special events. Areas of ministry include: audio and video production, multimedia production, media duplication, editing and website maintenance.

Music

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands, Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing – Psalm 100: 1-2. The Music Ministry leads the congregation in praises to God through song and sets the tone for worship. Choirs consist of the Sunday School Choir, Youth Choir, Young Adult Chorus, Adult Choir and the Male Chorus.

Ushers

As a part of our service ministries, the ushers assure that the worship service flows in a smooth and orderly manner. This group consists of senior ushers, youth ushers and children ushers.

Benevolent

The benevolent ministry is designed to help those who are in need. Areas of ministry include: support for rent, utilities, clothing, financial support as required, food pantry and Community Christmas Food Boxes/Fellowship.

Bus Ministry

The Bus Ministry provides transportation support for church activities; physical and spiritual support for riders and Church-wide outreach.

Willing Workers

The Willing Workers organization provides care to our elderly. Areas of ministry include: nursing Home Ministry; Elderly family and health seminars and screening; Senior Citizen Day: Senior Citizens’ Thanksgiving Luncheon; Senior Citizen Fun Activities; Center volunteer support and Church-wide ministry.