8:00am Traditional Worship Service
10:15am Blended Worship Service
10:15am Contemporary Service

Upcoming Sermons

August 12 (FLC)
• Consecration for college students 
• Membership Transfer
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “Not the Man I Used To Be”
Scripture – Luke 19:1-10
This message is about a short man who climbed trees and was a tax collector. He met Jesus and was never the same again.

August 19 (Sanctuary)
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “Remember It’s God’s House”
Scripture – Luke 19:45-48
It is the last week of Jesus’ earthly ministry and He sees something that is wrong and does something about it. In this message we see His passion for upholding what is true.

August 26 (FLC)
• Christian Education Sunday
• Back to School Sunday (consecration for school students)
Message by Brian Housman

September 2 (Sanctuary)
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “Who Are You?”
Scripture – Luke 20:1-8
The religious leaders are upset with Jesus and want to know where He gets His authority to do what He is doing. The question we need to answer is this, “Have we given Jesus full authority over our lives?”

September 9 (FLC)
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “Whose Image Do They See?”
Scripture – Luke 20:19-26
There was an image of Caesar on their coins. In this message we will ask if the image of Jesus is upon our hearts.

September 16 (Sanctuary)
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “God of the Living”
Scripture – Luke 20:27-40
So what happens after we die? Some think that is it, but Jesus will make it very clear that death is just the beginning.

September 24 (FLC)
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “You Are Part of This”
Scripture – Romans 12:3-8
In this message we will look at the Spiritual Gifts the Holy Spirit gives and then look at what we are to be doing with them.

September 30 (Sanctuary)
Self-Examination Sunday
Message by Pastor Charlie
Title – “Playing Dress-Up”
Scripture – Luke 20:41-47
This will be a Self-Examination message and we will look at the game the religious leaders played and make sure we are not living like they were.