2017: A Year of SERVICE!


Jesus said, "I did not come to be served, but to serve."

He is our Lord!

He is our example!

He has blazed the trail before us!

Will you follow?

Wednesday Family Meal


Sharing a meal together has always been a path to genuine community. We want you and your family to join us around the table for a meal and fellowship.
Each Wednesday evening, from 5:15 - 6:15 PM, we gather in our Family Life Center dining room. The cost is minimal ($3/person) and the food is great. Please join us!

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Join Us For Worship!


Sunday:
Morning Worship - 10:45 AM
Children's Church
Nursery Provided

Tuesday:
Celebrate Recovery - 6:30 PM
Meet in Youth Building
Childcare Provided.

Wednesday:
Evening Worship & Prayer - 6:30 PM
Nursery, Children's & Youth Ministries,
Adult Small Groups

Here's What's Happening | You're Invited!


Cafe Central

A FREE, hot, meal is served to anyone who wishes to join us each Tuesday from 11 AM to 1 PM. We always need volunteers to help serve.  Call the church office for more information. Cafe Central

Celebrate Recovery

Are you battling addiction? Are you recently divorced or in a destructive relationship? Do you need a safe place where you can share openly and fellowship with others facing the same struggles? Beginning Tuesday, January 10, 2017, Grayson Norris will be leading a Celebrate Recovery group.  Meetings will be held every Tuesday from 6:30 p.m.

LiFE Together


  • January 24, 2017
    Caught in the Middle

    This past season at Freedom Tackle Football a valuable lesson was taught to me in a very accidental way. Two opposing coaches had been “jawing” at one another for part of the game, and at FTF this is not allowed. I walked to the middle of the field where the teams were lined up for

  • October 19, 2016
    Election 2016: Inconceivable!

    My thoughts on the election: My favorite movie of all time is “The Princess Bride.” In the movie a character named Vizzini keeps using the word “inconceivable.” Throughout the movie he uses the word in many situations until another character, Inigo Montoya tells him, “You keep using that word, I do not think it means