“We the Church of Christ do earnestly endeavor by the blessing of God to establish the faith and practice of the primitive disciples of our blessed Lord and to be guided by the Word of God and that alone.”

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” 

Jeremiah 29:11

Upcoming Events


Coffee Fellowship

Dec. 1st

After Worship

Christmas Parade

Dec. 1st

2:00 PM

Holiday Dinner

Dec. 7th

3:00 PM

Children's Play Practice

Dec. 14th

10:00 AM

Children's Christmas Play

Dec. 15th.

During Worship Service

Coffee Fellowship

Dec. 15th

After Worship Service

Christmas Eve Service

Dec. 24th

7:00 PM


Take time to celebrate our Savior's birth

Care Center Worship

Dec. 29th

2:00 PM


Church Activities

Monthly Devotional

It is the start of another advent season. No matter how many Advents you have lived through, or how few, it is still an exciting time. Not because of getting gifts, or even giving gifts, but because it reminds us of how God's greatest gift came to us. Picture the scene, when Mary and Joseph were traveling to Bethlehem to register for the census with all the others. Mary was uncomfortable, being so pregnant, but I'm sure she didn't complain or whine like we might. She knew this was a special time, although she might have wondered if the baby would come while they were in Bethlehem, or wait until they got back home. Then, they found no where to sleep as the inns were all full. They may have been a little later than all the others, getting to Bethlehem, since Mary probably had to rest more often. The stable where they were finally given a place to lay down, was not really comfortable, but it was dry and reasonably safe from the weather. As Christians, followers of the adult Jesus, we know the rest of the story. We know how special that baby was and never get tired of hearing the story of how Jesus came to be our Savior. During this Advent season, we must never forget what the real reason for this celebration is. Have a blessed Advent season, and a meaningful Christmas Day.

Scripture reading: Luke 2:1-7