Throughout time God has called his creation to Him, for the exact purpose of relationship with Him. ... So the correct answer to the question of “Why do Christians go to church and worship” is simply to remember God, to worship the God of creation, and to be thankful for the sacrifice of Christ that provides our salvation.
Fellowship is how we care for one another in Christ. It is basic to the Christian life. Fellowship is what provides a sense of stability, a sense of belonging, of being needed and of being loved.
When members are growing in their relationship with Jesus and establishing the habits and disciplines of a disciple, they’re part of the committed. These believers are not only members who attend, they walk with God and are growing up spiritually.
Our big goal for moving people from the community all the way to the core is ultimately to send them back out again to reach more of the community. When people are committed, growing, and serving, we should be preparing them to be sent out on mission. They are the commissioned.
In Christianity, the Great Commission is the instruction of the resurrected Jesus Christ to his disciples to spread the gospel to all the nations of the world.
Hope during hard times is a ministry we have where we reach out the community for donations to help assist people who fell on hard times with food and supplemental rental assistance. We do all the work all you have to do is give. We do not have a online payment system set up but you can mail any cash donations or drop off donations at the church address.
Thank you for all you do and may the Lord bless you!
Pastor Paul Anthony