We are a group of believers
gathered to the name of our
Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ
This is the hour dedicated to remembering our Lord and proclaiming His death until He comes (1 Corinthians 11:23–26). Through the leading of the Holy Spirit, we worship together in prayer, hymn singing, and Bible reading. All those who have joined in fellowship then partake of the bread and wine, symbolizing the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Following a short break for coffee and light refreshments, we sing some songs together and dismiss the children and young people to their classes. We thenwait for a word from the Lord during our ministry meeting. As led by the Spirit, one or two brothers will share a message of encouragement, challenge, and gospel truth. These messages can be heard by clicking here.
Please join us for our midweek meeting, where we come aside from our busy weekly schedules to pray and open God's Word together. These sessions are always enjoyable, engaging, and thought provoking. We have recently enjoyed studies through First and Second Peter, Jonah, the three epistles of John, and the Songs of Ascents, Psalms 120–134. Now we are in the midst of a study of Paul's first letter to the Corinthians.
We had a great time at this year's Southern Family Camp in Leesburg, Florida, where we got to know more about God as Three in One: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We enjoyed our time together learning from the Word in our five Bible classes, singing around the campfire, and contemplating the Lord in the stillness of His beautiful creation. There were around 100 in attendance, of all ages, joining us from across the southeast US and Jamaica. Click the video to view a slideshow of images, or visit our camp page for recordings from camp and our downloadable group picture.
This summer we held our annual Vacation Bible School, with 65 children age 3 to 18 visiting us during the week. We spent the time together with Nehemiah, learning how to "Rise Up and Build!" Click below to view a slideshow of images from our time together. Truly we can say, "The joy of the Lord is our strength!"
Our eleventh annual youth retreat in Leesburg, Florida was an intimate, Spirit-filled getaway. We enjoyed the time away as we considered the Epistle of James and drew from this practical book lessons on how to live lives of action without falling into the traps of legalism, licentiousness, or laziness. James helps us understand that works of righteousness are the heartbeat of Christian faith. While a pulse obviously does not create life, it does give proof that it is there. Play the video for a slideshow of images from the weekend, and click the button below to visit our Camps and Retreats page to listen to the morning messages and get a sense of how the Lord blessed our time together.