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Breakfast and Fellowship @ 8:30
Sunday School for All Ages @ 9:15 
Morning Worship @ 10:30

Upper Room Daily Reflections

daily words of wisdom and faith

  • Being Present
    Today’s Reflection BEING PRESENT involves letting go of our current preoccupations, immersing ourselves in the here and now, and giving ourselves wholeheartedly to whatever is at hand. Involving far more...

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Daily Bible Reading

Today's reading is from:
  • Ezekiel 13-15  
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Living Treasures

Living Treasures

The "Living Treasures" is a group of adults aged 60+, who meet on the third Thursday of each month for lunch and fellowship at 12:00 in the Fellowship Hall. The meal will be provided for a nominal fee ($6). We have a good time. Come join our fun!

For more information contact Pat Deavor at 872-1578.

Living Treasures
Usually the 3rd Thursday of each month


January 15th
February 19th
March 19th
April 16th
May 21th
June 18th
July 16th
August No Meeting
September 17th
October 15th
November 19th (Thanksgiving Dinner provided for our Seniors)

December 17th (Christmas Program

Senior Pastor's Message

A September to Remember

     Greetings in the wonderful name of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Summer is finally melting down.  Fall is fast approaching.  School has begun.  Football is back!  My, how we love football,along with sports in general.

     Here is a thought: let's try to talk about the Lord as often as we talk about football.  Let's try to talk about the Bible, Sunday School, and church with the same enthusiasm that we use to discuss our favorite team's season, roster, and stats.

     Get up off the couch and go to some games.  Cheer on our kids in the sports they are involved in-players, cheerleaders, coaches, etc.  Cheer on your family, church and friends in the faith as well.  You will have lots of laughing, loads of fun and we will be lifted up in the Spirit of the Lord together.  If we were to begin to do so, we would make much progress in growing our personal faith and in building the church.  We would bring others closer to the Lord, encouraging many in the faith.

     It's important to have goals.  One of our goals as Christians should be to praise the Lord at all times, in all places.  Then our walk of faith is more likely to prosper and carry us forward, closer to the throne of God.  Our praise and good cheer will also bring us closer to one another and make our fellowship more desirable to each other and to those outside our church, family and social circles.

     This September, as we cheer others on to win, let's try to make some "touchdowns for Jesus" ourselves, by touching other's lives with a passionate, lively genuine faith and witness.  Show the world that we have SPIRIT!  "The Spirit gives life." (2 Corinthians 3:6.)

                                                                                 Yours in Christ

                                                                                Rev. Jim Meadows


Serving God and God's People Since 1835



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Rev. Jim Meadows, Senior Pastor
Rand Smith, Director Youth & College Ministries
Gordon Welch, Music Director and Organist
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