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Membership Classes (Weekend Edition)

The weekend edition of our membership classes are here! These classes will take place at a private residence on Friday night and Saturday morning at our church building on April 17th & 18th. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to learn more about what we believe and practice as …

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Theology Breakfast – (a.k.a. Coffee With Dead Guys)

C.S. Lewis once said, “It is a good rule, after reading a new book, never to allow yourself another new one till you have read an old one in between. “ Better yet – how about a bunch of old books, from a bunch of old saints, while drinking (not old) coffee? For some, the …

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New Equipping Class on Human Sexuality

We live in a sex-crazed society. No one would argue otherwise. And yet this is not a new “dilemma” for Christians. Since the days of the pagan Roman Empire, human sexuality has been an issue that Christians have thought about carefully and deeply. In fact, the Christian sexual ethic didn’t face a dilemma but an …

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A Story of God’s Grace: Stephanie’s Testimony

I was born and raised in Central MA, and I grew up in Greek Orthodox household. Every summer from the age of 8-18, I went to a Greek Church camp. I always thought I was a Christian because I was raised to believe a god existed. But, I spent those years mostly learning only the …

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“You Will Be My Witnesses” – A New Sermon Series in the Book of Acts

“These men who have turned the world upside down have come here too!” That was the exclamation of a concerned citizen of the ancient city of Thessalonica. He said this in reference to the Apostle Paul and his ministry partner Silas. Yet, these two men did not exercise coercion, violence, or manipulation as they “turned …

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A Few Shades of Biblical Truth on Sex

We live in an overly sexualized culture, but we don’t actually make a big enough deal about sex. We’ve  reduced to an instrument for personal pleasure. In the case of Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s become an abusive instrument – accepted and glorified. What does that reveal about our culture’s understanding of the meaning and purpose …

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Guest Preacher February 15th – Ken Mbugua

Ken Mbugua serves as an Assistant Pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Nairobi, Kenya. He has an undergraduate degree in Bible from Central Africa Baptist College in Kitwe, Zambia. He’s no stranger to the U.S., however, having spent six months in Washington D.C. doing the internship program at Capitol Hill Baptist Church under Mark Dever. …

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Membership Classes (Weekend Edition)

The weekend edition of our membership classes are here! These classes will take place at a private residence on Friday night and Saturday morning at our church building on February 13th & 14th. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to learn more about what we believe and practice as …

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New Sermon Series in February – “Practicing the Proverbs”

True wisdom is not merely knowledge. It is knowledge in action. It’s about thinking and living in God’s world according to His ways. This should be the goal of every Christian – to grow in wisdom and understanding in the pursuit of knowing Christ, who is wisdom incarnate (Eph. 1:17; Col. 2:3). To this end, …

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Perspectives Course: Get Threaded into the Story

“Have you found your place in the story? Did you know that God has a “world-sized” role for every Christian in His global purpose? Whether one goes to a distant country or stays at home is a secondary issue. The primary issue is what most people are hungry to discover: vision to live a life …

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