242 Meals – A planning meeting will be on August 23, at 6:30 PM for those who would like to help with 242 meals this fall.

Church Directory – There will be an organizational meeting on August 30, at 6:30 PM for those interested in participating on the church directory team.

Baking Ministry-Would you enjoy taking a turn baking for our Sunday morning Welcome/Hospitality program? Please sign up in the cafe.

Bus Ministry– Would you be interested in driving the church bus, assisting those on and off the bus, or know of someone who needs a ride to church? Contact the Church Office.


Back to School Worship Night

Ice cream Join us this Sunday August 5, for Back to School Worship Night and an Ice Cream Social.  Starting at 4:30 PM there will be fun games and activities for KDG – 5th Grade. At 6:00 PM we will move inside for an all church Worship Night followed by an Ice Cream Social.


Sermon Series: The Book of James

Grow Up (July 22, 2018) – Greg Robbins

Old Time Religion (July 29, 2018) – Greg Robbins

Who is Your Favorite Christian? (August 5, 2018) – Greg Robbins

The Power of Words (August 19, 2018) – Kevin Roach


Can’t We Just Get Along? (August 26, 2018) – Greg Robbins


Waiting on the Lord’s Rescue (September 2, 2018) – Greg Robbins

Sermon: A Christian Response to Transgenderism


A Christian Response to Transgenderism (July 15, 2018) – Greg Robbins



Ice cream  Join us on August 5, for Back to School Worship Night and an Ice Cream Social. More details to come.


The Journey

A new 8 week discipleship program is now being offered on Wednesday nights, from 6:30-8:30 PM.  We will journey together through the story of Jesus and the early church (Luke and Acts), seeking to understand what it means to be a follower of Jesus today.  While this program is designed for people who are new to Christianity and/or the church, everyone is encouraged to go through the study at some point.  Reading questions are available in the cafe. See Greg if you have any questions.


“Christmas in July”

Picture1   The Women of Service have set up a red, white and blue decorated tree to replace the “Teen Giving Tree” usually set up at Christmas. They will collect toys, games and gifts, for all ages of children served through the Parke County Community Food Pantry. The items will be stored until the Food Pantry sets up their Christmas Shop. The red/white/blue tags are gift suggestions for people to take and purchase. The gifts do not need to be wrapped and can be returned any time during the month.


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