How Our Teens Spent Their Sunday

This past Sunday 105 teens and adults headed over to Quincy Home and the teens read scriptures and sang carols for the residents.  More importantly they spent time with the residents and helped them back to their rooms. It was an awesome morning.         Then for some...

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The Curse: Paradise Lost – Paradise Regained

This is the second Sunday of Advent and Pastor Ray will bring this week’s message in the Auditorium.     Our sermon series is called “What Child Is This?” and we are looking at the significance of Jesus’ birth. Last week we saw that Jesus came to redeem and restore a creation...

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Financial Update – November 2017

GENERAL FUND SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH Balance November 1, 2017 = $73,432.83 November Contributions = $108,363,23 (This includes contributions from October 29 which were not included in October’s report) Weekly goal = $21, 211 October 29 = 20,344 November 5 = $26,497                                     November 12 = $16,539 November 19 = $25,856...

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No Cafe This Sunday. But…One Last Chance…

Every year the Café is closed on the Sunday between the Community Christmas Dinners.   This means that the Café will not be open this coming Sunday. However… Bonnie Branthaver will be in the Café this Sunday morning to give anyone or any family that wishes to participate in the Online...

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Advent Begins

The Advent Season begins this Sunday and Pastors Brian and Shaun will be bringing the first messages this series. Time/Location: 8:00 Service in the Auditorium and 11:00 Service in the Chapel Sermon: Everything Made New Scripture: Revelation 21:5 Speaker: Pastor Brian Preview: “I am making everything new!”   Thus the Lord...

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When Tragedy Strikes

In the past few months there have been numerous tragedies that have unfolded throughout the world. Some such as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma would be called natural disasters. What occurred on the bike path in lower Manhattan and at the church in Texas just 3 weeks ago would be called...

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A Gnawing Question (or two)

Our sermon series is called Doubletake, and Pastor Bill has us looking at some of Jesus’ teachings which call for a closer look. This week we read about at a man who seemingly has it all together.   Young.  Rich.  A ruler.  Obedient to God since he was a boy.   And...

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Up Next: Throwing Pearls to Pigs

So far in our sermon series called Doubletake, we’ve talked about hating our family, and the unpardonable sin.   We’re looking at some of Jesus’ harder sayings, and this Sunday in the Auditorium Pastor Bill will have us look at a passage where we are told not to throw our pearls...

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Welcome Kenton and Kelsey!

After a nearly yearlong search we are excited to welcome Kenton Hock as our new director of youth ministries at Five Forks church.  Kenton is originally from the Mechanicsburg Area where he attended Cumberland Valley High school and his wife Kelsey is from Quakertown, PA just outside of Philadelphia.   Kenton...

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