The Adventurer Club is staffed with caring, well-qualified adults and teens. The Adventurer director seeks out persons who are clearly growing in the love of Jesus, love children and work well with them.
There are various elements that make up the Pathfinder Club program.
We record our services each week. If you would like a DVD, please fill out a media form located on the rack in the lobby, then return it to Tony or another AV member.
Children’s Ministries engages children in their formative years not only will build a strong church today, but will keep the church strong into the future.
It is the role of the Communication Ministry to specifically insure that members are kept informed and the church is properly represented to the public.
When a church serves the world it is an expression of the love of Christ to the world. It is the body of Christ serving the world’s needs and being used by the Holy Spirit as an agency of salvation.
The stated interest of the church is the restoration in people of the image of their Maker, resulting in the optimum development of the whole person for both this life and the life hereafter.
When the church ministers to the needs of families as Christ did, they are restored to wholeness.
The newcomer will quickly come to some conclusions during the first few minutes. First impressions are often lasting impressions.
Health ministry is the gospel of Christ illustrated, the message of God practiced.
The department is responsible for organizing, planning, and directing programs that will meet the unique spiritual and emotional needs of the men of the church.
Sacred music is an important part of public worship.
You are called to that noble heritage as you become involved in coordinating the outreach of your local church.
Prayer Ministry is an essential element for a praying church.
Free exercise of religion is like a fragile flower; it must receive the most vigorous protection possible and the most gentle care to be found. Within it, freedom of conscience thrives or is throttled.
Biblical women were entrepreneurs, judges, homemakers, and Bible teachers, to list only a few.