Our Beliefs & Bylows

“While we are changing lives through faith, we are also charged to bring outstanding worship to our creator and teach the infallible word of God.

We believe every member brings special gifts to the church, and that is is here that they find support to develop and exercise these gifts.
WE TRY TO FULFILL

Our Important Values

Evangelical

As a body of believers, we uphold the centrality and exclusivity of the gospel. We believe that Jesus Christ, who is God incarnate, is the only way of salvation and that the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God.

Congregational

We believe Christ has vested the authority of his church in the members of the local congregation, especially as they are reprehom they appoint. Our goals are to: live our daily lives in the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ and joyfully follow him.

Community

We take pride in the growth of our church. Without the support and creation of our ministries, we would not be as successful of a body as we are today. Our ministries promote the diverse and cosmopolitan character of our church, in order that we might increasingly become a "house of prayer for all nations".

Morning Service

Join us Sunday morning for our Worship Service where we allow The Spirit to flow freely in the sanctuary

SUNDAY
11:00 AM
      OUR CHURCH'S HISTORY      
OUR MINISTERIAL STAFF
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Apostle Bertha Shephard
APOSTLE
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Elder Timothy Bradley
MINISTER
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Pastor Robin Randle
PASTOR
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Elderess Judie Martin
CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR
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Pastor Curtis Brantley
YOUTH PASTOR
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Deaconess Mary Piner
DEACONESS
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Minister Mattie Dixon
MINISTER OF HOSPITALITY
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Evangelist Dahamey Banks
EVANGELIST
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Minister Darlene Shepherd
MINISTER OF MUSIC
Pastor Terri Vincent
YOUTH PASTOR
Deacon Jamie Banks
Deacon George Blackwell
Deaconess Kenlinishia Tyler
HELP US RAISE MONEY FOR IMPORTANT CAUSES
PAY YOUR TITHES & OFFERINGS

“In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive."

-Acts 20:35