Last week was a powerful reminder of the significance of the last days of Jesus leading to the cross. We hosted a couple hundred people for our first ever, The Way of Suffering. Holly Ahearn and her team of volunteers did a fantastic job of ministering to us through this event. Take some time now and type Holly an email to thank her for all of her hard work by clicking here.
On Friday evening, we all met at Heads Free Will Baptist Church for a Community Good Friday service, and it too was a blessing. Click here to thank Bro. Billy Ellis and the Heads Church for hosting the event, and here to thank Bro. Randy Riggs for his moving sermon.
Check out the image above to see just a taste of how many people were here for our annual Easter egg hunt. Though the weather was not the best, our team of volunteers led by David Dell, Felicia Mayo and Megan Green put on an excellent event that will have us following up on visitors for a few weeks. Take a minute and click on their name to email them a thank you.
Click here to check out what our kids learned in Sunday school this week and
find some pretty cool ways to try and reinforce those principles this week.
Family Worship One Day & Face to Face
We apologize that the choir's cantata One Day is not published yet. There simply has not been enough hours in the days to complete everything, but we will upload it later this week and email the link to everyone!
This year's Morning Revival has gone great! We have averaged over 100 in attendance every service, and we are excited for tomorrow's final service. If you are able, come join us at 11, and we will have a BBQ lunch ready for you afterwards for FREE.
CTS State Competition
April 26-27 at Welch College. Email Mallory Beecher here with any questions.