- Pray for those affected by the flooding and for those who are in relief efforts -- professionals, government officials, and volunteers. This is the most important thing we can do!
- Make a contribution to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
- Donate relief supplies. Bring the following supplies to the Fellowship Hall: nonperishable food, stage 2 baby food, dog and cat food, bottled water, Gatorade or Powerade, baby formula, diapers, wipes, garbage bags, rubber gloves, bleach, paper towels, hygiene items (shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes), socks and underwear (in packages).
- Volunteer to assist the relief efforts in Texas. We have targeted the week of September 24-October 1 for taking a team to the affected area for mud out work. If you can go for that week or for a part of that week, please call or send a text message to 985-630-4960. Use the keyword MUDOUT in your message.
- Volunteer at Camp Living Waters (near Robert, LA) to assist volunteers traveling to the flooded areas. You may not be able to go to Texas, but you want to help out in the efforts. Camp Living Waters has been designated as a place for volunteers to stop for lodging on their way. The camp needs help with preparing and cleaning lodging and serving meals for teams as they travel to the flooded areas. If you can volunteer at the camp, please call or send a text message to 985-630-4960. Use the keyword CAMP in your message.
We offer two contrasting yet complementary worship celebrations. The contrast comes from the music selections and presentations. Both services feature a life-changing, biblical message. Follow this link to listen to the message from last week.
Our 8:30 service usually includes a blend of familiar songs and hymns that have been at the heart of the church for many years.
Our 11:00 service includes a contemporary experience through modern worship songs relevant to today's culture.
Child care is provided for both services for infants through Pre-K. Attached are our Children's Ministry and Nursery Policies.
We are men and women of all ages, students, children, and teachers, businessmen and businesswomen, stay-at-home moms, builders, young families and retirees. But the main thing about us is that we are one family of believers.
Primarily written as a "thank you" letter to the believers in Philippi, Paul used this opportunity to speak candidly to his strongest supporters. He addressed problems in the church, including rivalry and gossip, hostility, and skepticism in the challenge to share the gospel. This makes this book so valuable for us today.
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