One thing is for sure, God loves you. He wants you to have a personal relationship with Him through Jesus, His Son. There is just one thing that separates you from God. That one thing is sin. The Bible describes sin in many ways. Most simply, sin is our failure to measure up to God’s holiness and His righteous standards. We sin by things we do, choices we make, attitudes we show, and thoughts we entertain. We also sin when we fail to do right things. People tend to divide themselves into groups - good people and bad people. No matter how we might classify ourselves, this includes you and me, we are all sinners. But there is good news... Jesus loves sinners...[read more]
Make It Public: BAPTISM
Baptism is going public about your faith in Jesus and communicating to the world your heart-felt commitment to following Him. It’s the next step after salvation. Some people ask questions like… Why should I be baptized? What if I’ve already been baptized—do I have to do it again? Does it matter if someone is sprinkled or dunked? I was baptized as a child; does that count? We believe, according to God’s Word, that baptism is the first step, as seen in the life of Christ... [read more]
NEXT STEPS: Living Out Your New Faith
Join a Body of Believers:A Local Church
God desires for us to live His family, as a community devoted to serving Him by loving each other. In your new walk, you need to connect with a local church and get involved.
Get In the Word:Reading Your Bible
God's Word provides so much more than self-help; it is the way by which all can hear God speak. God's word provides us with the spiritual nourishment our lives need.
Go, Give, and Glorify:Living as Christ Commands
As we follow Christ, we must lay down our lives and take up His life as our own: in short, go and make disciples (Matthew 28:19-20).
Are you ready to go and make disciples? For info on all of this, please let us know how we can help by contacting us. We would love to help you with your next steps.
SUNDAYS: Bible Study — 9:30am Corporate Worship — 10:45am.