Welcome !

Worship at Christ, Sunday at 9 am.

 Sunday School classes  at 10:15 am

Dear Friends in Christ,
One of the most common questions asked by a generation seeking purpose, peace and security from a culture that overpromises and under performs will sound something like this… “We have tried everything, self-help books, philosophies, psychics and gurus, drugs and alcohol, relationships and sex, you name it, we have tried it and nothing brings contentment! What we want to know is does Jesus work?”
Church here is the good news… We have a great Savior, a strong messenger of hope, One who neither overpromises or underperforms, and we can confidently declare to a culture desperate for purpose, peace, fulfillment and love: “Yes, Jesus Christ Works!” He really does!
Jesus Christ Works! That is not only the answer to the most critical question today, it is also the statement describing who we are, the ultimate vision of Christ Church—to be His workmanship, fulfilling the challenge of Eph. 2:10, “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works which He has created in advance for us to do.”
As Thanksgiving approaches may I share my gratitude for the works in which you live out His high calling, for your passion of faith, hope and bold witness of love.
See you in church this Sunday,
In Christ,
Pastor Larry
November Messages
2 Abounding love
Philippians 1:9-11
9 Shining Witness
Phil. 2:14-18,
16 Pressing Forward
Phil. 3:12-14,
23 With Thanksgiving

A New Small Group will launch at 10:15 am on Sundays in the chapel starting November 2. Discussion will explore how God works in ordinary people to do extraordinary things. Rock the Park 2014 headliner Matthew West has published a video series entitled “The Story of Your Life.” In this new small group, we will be inspired to ask God to use us to make a difference where we are.





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5 responses to Home

  1. Ken Willard

    What time is your service? Do you offer Sunday School?

  2. Lue Perkins

    We drove past our church last night and saw the cross lit up. It almost took my breath away! To some, the cross reminds folks of the sadness and brutality of the death of our Lord. Not to say I don’t cry when I see the crucifixion, but last night I saw the glorious beauty of an extraordinary gift – everlasting life! I hope we keep this cross in front of the church lit all seasons. What a message of hope.., what a witness to our community…what an invitation to the lost and hurting. I can still close my eyes and see the cross.

  3. Linda Mayes

    Wondered how this works. Love the web site

  4. michelle

    is it possible to buy tickets for rock the park 2014 at your church? or do we have to go through itickets ?

  5. Cheri Miller

    Please go through I tickets.

    Cheri Miller

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