Some of our ministries: Breaking Addictions Bus Ministry Childrens Church Hamilton College of the Bible Sunday Morning and Evening Service Sunday Morning Bible School Wednesday Prayer Meeting
Quotes:The liberty I contend for is more than toleration. The very idea of toleration is despicable; it supposes that some have a pre-eminence above the rest to grant indulgence; whereas all should be equally free, Jews, Turks [Muslims], Pagans and Christians. Test oaths and established creeds should be avoided as the worst of evils. John Leland, Baptist 1820
We see it as our goal and desire to serve our community and our families. As this generation poses many challenges in doing so, we have organized ourselves to support them in so many ways. Look further into each of these ministries to see where you might either benefit, or just fit!
We provide multiple services and ministries each having their own goals. The Sunday School Hour is systematic approach to studying the Bible. There is class for all ages, children through adult. Our Sunday Morning services are a look to the Word of God for inspiration and motivation. An evangelic emphasis is always in the forefront.
Sunday Evening is designed to build and grow the individual and families. Then Wednesday Night is an Ol’ Fashioned Prayer Meeting followed by a collegiate look at a number of topics. Some include, Spiritual Warfare. Evolution vs. God (a scientific approach). Why So Many Bibles? Which is the Word of God? Soteriology, is salvation the same through the multiples of religions? Eschatology, making sense of the events and times we live in. And so many more.
Children’s Church is a time set aside to minister … to kids! Bus Ministry is the means by which we give children and families a lift to church … on us! Breaking Addictions a ministry helping those in substance abuse. Hamilton College of the Bible, learn the core curriculum of a Bible degree while still attending to family and church right here at home!
Home means many things to many people. Those transplanted by career or choice find home a reminiscent place of heart. To many, a Christian home represents the very environment we are impacting the next generation … now. And, again to the Christian, “home” represents the hope for a future place of glory.
Our Church Home has become a place to assist in all of these and so much more. Come be a part of what makes America great, the liberty we all enjoy to worship God, making our sanctuary and worship a spiritual home for your family..
We believe much as our Founding Fathers that it is the duty and responsibility of men of faith to participate in and make better the community in which we live and worship. The foundation of principle and philosophy is the essence of thought in the hearts and minds of those Founding Fathers. Consider the words of George Washington and others here;
“It is impossible to govern the world without God and the Bible. Of all the dispositions and habits that lead to political prosperity, our religion and morality are the indispensable supporters. Let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion. Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that our national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.”
“In the chain of human events, the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the Savior. The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.”
strong John Quincy Adams, An Oration Delivered Before the Inhabitants of the Town of Newburyport at Their Request on the Sixty-First Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1837 (Newburyport: Charles Whipple, 1837), pp. 5-6.
“Without religion, this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in polite company: I mean hell.”
John Adams, The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Charles Francis Adams, editor (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1856), Vol. X, p. 254, to Thomas Jefferson on April 19, 1817
“The great pillars of all government and of social life [are] virtue, morality, and religion. This is the armor, my friend, and this alone, that renders us invincible.”
Patrick Henry, Patrick Henry: Life, Correspondence and Speeches, William Wirt Henry, editor (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1891), Vol. II, p. 592, to Archibald Blair on January 8, 1799.
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