Our youth with the Paris youth making cookies for the shut ins and then playing a game .
Sunday, February 11 was Wear Red to Church Day.
This was to increase awareness of heart disease in women.
Church-Wide Mission Potluck on Sunday after worship.
Tallu Quinn spoke during the morning worship service about the Nashville Food Project.
It’s those tiny little changes we do day in and day out that lead us to our biggest wins.
Practicing gratitude is one of those tiny little changes that will bring incredible gifts time and again. : happiness, inner peace, better relationships, prosperity, good health – all these things come from spending time each day in gratitude.
How does this happen? By focusing on what you have to be grateful for, brings you more and more for which to be grateful.
The Youth Group went caroling at several places and at Cedar Ridge Dec.10, 2017.
Baptism is administrated to all those whom God calls.
We need the Holy Spirit’s help to respond to God’s call, the key factor in Baptism is not the age or maturity of the person being baptized, but rather the church’s corporate response in claiming the promises sealed in the sacrament.
Both parents and the congregation are part of that corporate response. In the case of infants, who, of course, are unable to claim God’s promises for themselves, their parents or guardians respond on their behalf.
The congregation also makes its promise to nurture the baptized person in the faith.
The vow of the local congregation, which represents the church universal, is an important aspect of the Baptismal rite.