We pray that the Lord ministers to you in some way today, and through this coming week. We firmly believe in the importance of being part of a Church Family for spiritual strength, godly encouragement, genuine relationships and mutual accountability. Though God has called some into Ministerial Positions, we are all ministers wherever God has placed us and gifted us. We would love to have you become part of His Church doing His Work, His Way!
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Now that summer is here, we are making the following changes to our standard schedule. These changes will be in effect until September.
July 16th will be our last mid-week service for the summer. Our next mid-week service will begin in September. If you are interested in some mid-week fellowship, we are organizing some small home groups. If you are interested in joining, one of these groups, please contact the church at 509-276-5485 for information.
There will not be any Women's or Men's meetings during the summer season. The next Women's and Men's meetings will begin in September.
For directions to the Hindman's home, please contact the church at (509) 276-5484.
Pot-Luck Style Lunch - Pease bring something to share for lunch.
Questions?: Contact Allie @ 707-338-3049
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