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What To Expect

Sunday Mornings

Sunday is the time we have purposefully set aside to celebrate Jesus Christ and the kingdom in which He has made us a part.  Come as you are.  We strive to be same way – in or out of the building.  It’s all about Him!

Worship in song and music begins at 10:00am. We participate in open communion each week and invite all believers to share. The Word is presented in more of a “Bible study” type format. Video, handouts, and open questions and comments are utilized and encouraged. We study through an entire book / scroll / epistle at a time. Our goal is understanding His purpose for us and enriching our relationship with Him.

Sunday Bible Study

A Study In I & II Timothy, Titus

The Pastoral Epistles

I Timothy 4:6

In pointing out these things to the brethren, you will be a good servant of Christ Jesus, constantly nourished on the words of the faith and of the sound doctrine which you have been following.

Christ Jesus established the assembly of His people as His body, most commonly referred to as “the church.”  However, within this “body” are men and women who include the young and old, married, single and widowed, rich and poor, ambitious and lethargic, passive and aggressive, among many other facets.  How are they ever to be properly led? The Apostle Paul, inspired by the Holy Spirit, instructs the instructors in the leadership of the Lord’s church.  Traditionally known as the “Pastoral Epistles,” the letters of I and II Timothy and Titus encompass the wisdom of God regarding relationships within the Christian community.

Wednesday Nights

We gather together on Wednesday evening for a warm meal to share and a study in the Word. Supper is prepared so you do not have to rush home between work, school, or whatever you have going on to participate in the Bible study. Just come as you are to bless and be blessed.

We begin serving at 6:30pm. Bible study starts at 7:15pm. Please reserve your place (and for the number that will be in your party) for supper by Monday prior. This helps us to be accurate on how much to prepare and to keep costs frugal. You can call (940) 720-0028, email: [email protected]) or simply sign up on the sheet located in the foyer of the Great Room when you are here Sunday. Cost is $4.00 per person.

Wednesday Nights

We gather together on Wednesday evening for a warm meal to share and a study in the Word. Supper is prepared so you do not have to rush home between work, school, or whatever you have going on to participate in the Bible study. Just come as you are to bless and be blessed.

We begin serving at 6:30pm. Bible study starts at 7:15pm. Please reserve your place (and for the number that will be in your party) for supper by Monday prior. This helps us to be accurate on how much to prepare and to keep costs frugal. You can call (940) 720-0028, email: [email protected]) or simply sign up on the sheet located in the foyer of the Great Room when you are here Sunday. Cost is $4.00 per person.

Wednesday Bible Study

The Book of Psalms

Third Day, “You Make Me Mad”, Conspiracy No.5, 1997

“You make me dance, you make me cry, you make me mad
You make me shout, you make me smile, you make me mad
You make me sing, you make me think, you make me sad
You make me fall, you make me love, you make me mad” 

These lyrics would not strike the average person as being “psalm-like;” But they are.

In fact, they are very similar to what is found within the Book of Psalms.  There are Psalms of sorrow and sadness, joy and happiness, bitterness and anger, hopelessness and despair, questions and cynicism and hopefulness and promise seeking.  Few people today are willing to tell God exactly how they feel.  But the Psalmists do – and they do so through songs and prayers.  Perhaps this is why they connect to so many today when we struggle to articulate our thoughts and feelings.

Come join us on Wednesday evenings at 7:15 PM as we begin in a new study of the Book of Psalms and see how open our God is to truly hearing everything we want to say – even when we are afraid to say it.