Our primary task is to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Our vision is to connect people to Jesus, connect community to God and connect the church to the Holy Spirit.
Sunday, 9 a.m.
Sunday school is a vital part of Christian education. Our Sunday school is taught by competent, experienced and fun teachers.
New Beginnings: Meets in room 101
Disciples: The group meets at the Church Library
Path-finders: The group meets at the Church ChapelTeamkid: Kids of all ages meets at the Teamkid Learning Center.
Friday, 11 a.m.
Prayer is the oxygen of all our church ministries.
We come together to pray every Friday at 11 a.m. Join us.
We do not come together to study on prayer.
We do not come together to read on prayer.
We come to pray for our church, our family and for each other.
Worship & Music
Church Choir: Practice Wednesdays before 2nd & 4th Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Bell Choir: Practice Wednesdays before 1st & 3rd Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Our music is another way in which we worship. We sing hymns, chorus and contemporary songs that lift our praises to God. You don’t have to sing, or play an instrument, or raise a hand in prayer to God. The only thing you need is a willingness to put everything else aside and just just our Holy, Living God, for He is worthy to be praised!!
Trunk or Treat
For a safe Halloween, we hold a Trunk or Treat. We give out candy and children’s books to over 200 children. Due to the pick up times for the Boys and Girls club we will not be able to hold our Trunk or Treat for 2018. Please have a fun and safe night where ever you are.
We have participated in the Samaritan’s Purse shoebox ministries for over 25 years. In recent years we sent over 1000 shoeboxes to children all over the world.
Friends of Burma
Contact: Neil Sowards 260-745-3658
Friends of Burma is dedicated to helping the Christians of Burma in whatever way they want to be helped. About 80% of the Protestants are Baptists, so much of our work is with the Baptists. Christians number about 1.5 million in a country of about 50 million, most of whom are Buddhist. It incorporated as a Non Profit Corporation with the state of Indiana in 2006. It was approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization in its own right November 2007. It is governed by a board called the Executive Committee of sixteen which has an Annual Meeting in the Phoenix area in February or March. In the U. S. all work is done by volunteers with one paid financial secretary overseas. There is also an administrative board, which evaluates programs and makes recommendations.
You can learn more at the Friends of Burma website.
Friends of Haiti
Contact: Les Roberson – 260.255.7940
Friends of Haiti was founded in September 2010. Their accomplishments have included: purchased a truck for the Baptists, purchased a water purification system for a nursing home, and purchased televisions and cameras for patients to watch while waiting at an eye clinic.
Funds are needed to help the people in Haiti recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew. You can send your check to the church and write “for Haiti relief” on the memo line.
Friends of India
Contact: Randy Rusk, Chairperson – 260.348.2000 – 260.485.2310
Friends of India was founded in 2011 after nine members went to India on a mission trip. Their recent accomplishments include: purchasing 90 school uniforms, building a three room school for slum children, then repairing the school after the roof was damaged by a storm, and purchasing 90 desks for the school.