Without Blemish or Defect

This week in the Auditorium – where Pastor Bill is having us track The Story of the Lamb – we’ll start in Exodus 12, where every firstborn Hebrew male is sitting at the table looking at a dead lamb lying there. Knowing the only reason he isn’t dead is because...

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Outreach/Leadership Opportunity

Are you familiar with PROJECT BIG LOVE?   Project Big Love is an OUTREACH EVENT to families held here in Franklin County. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, July 29th at the Mont Alto Fairground. Project Big Love’s goals include: 2 bags of groceries to every adult that comes A...

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Employment Opportunity at Five Forks

We would like to announce an opening for the position of “Director of Maintenance” here at Five Forks.   Here are some of the details: HOURS AND WAGES: Will begin with a minimum of 6-8 hours per week in 2017. Our goal is to be able to gradually increase these hours on...

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Where is the Lamb?

Over the course of the next 5 Sundays in the Auditorium we’re going to be tracking The Story of the Lamb as it unfolds throughout the Scriptures. It begins in Genesis chapter 4 with only a nod to a lamb. You won’t find the word “lamb” in this text in...

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New Sermon Series: The Story of the Lamb

This Sunday Pastor Bill begins a 5-week sermon series in the Auditorium called “The Story of the Lamb.”   It’s an astounding story that starts at the very beginning of the Bible and goes to the very end. It begins in Genesis 4 with barely a mention of any lamb, and then...

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How To Do Justice

This Sunday Pastor Ray concludes his sermon series called Participating in the Kingdom.   We’ve been talking about Justice, and Ray’s message this Sunday is about How To Do Justice.   The sermon is titled Everyone Here Speaks Sign Language and our scripture text is Job 31:16-19. God wants us to care...

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Raising the Shade

Next Sunday (May 21st) Pastor Bill begins a 5-week sermon series in the Auditorium called “The Story of the Lamb.”   It’s an astounding story that starts at the very beginning of the Bible and goes to the very end. It begins in Genesis 4 with barely a mention of any...

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No Minor Lapse

The Bell Choir played for the final time (for the 2016-17 season) in the Auditorium at 8:00 Sunday morning in the Auditorium Pastor Ray spoke about justice…and injustice.   He began by reminding us of the role of the prophets, and how God was raging against injustice through their words....

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Doesn’t That Make You Mad?

  This Sunday morning, Pastor Ray will ask you to consider “What infuriates you?”   Last week we looked at a few verses from the prophet Micah where God let it be known that He was furious.   He was furious that the people of privilege were neglecting the vulnerable, weak and...

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