In the fall of the year near the traditional harvest time, the church conducts a generosity and service awareness campaign as a reminder and encouragement of your participation in these two important emphases of the church.  They are spiritual responses to the outpouring of God’s blessings upon us.  Prayerful thought about how God’s generosity has blessed your life will be a motivation to you as consider your gifts and service with the church in 2019.

Burnt Offerings 2018 | Harvest Feast | Auction Item Donation

Auction Item Donation
  • Auction Item Donation

    Sunday, November 4th
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  • Silent Acution items shold be new, hand-made, or something special. No white elephants!

    Live Auction items should be something specail such as sports memorabilia, gift cards for a treasure box, or a planned activity such as a special meal or hayride.

    Any new ideas are welcome! Turn your items into the office by Friday, October 26th.


    Contact Diane Valentine 868-6840 or

    Susan & Jerry Schirmer 797-2416

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Festival de Noel 2018 | Hands For Hope

December 2 @ 6pm
Preparations are underway for our Festival ‘de Noel #4! This Advent evening will once again be filled with beautiful music bringing a message of hope and joy for our church and community.  Your contributions help in making this happen.  

Three categories of giving for your consideration are:

Musicians ($200)
Decorations & Advertising ($100)
Reception Needs ($50)

All contributions can be brought or mailed to church office with attention to Rev. Terry Love.

Under the leadership of Adam Philley, our Music Ministry along with many devoted volunteers look forward in giving “a thrill of hope the weary world rejoices.”

Any questions, please contact Deborah Griffith at dggriffith@att.net.

My Experience with Donating Bone Marrow By Katie Anderson

My Experience with Donating Bone Marrow By Katie Anderson

A few years back, I swabbed my cheeks and signed up to be a donor when my sorority at LSU in Baton Rouge hosted a bone marrow donor drive. All I really knew about bone marrow was that it is pretty rare for patients to find a match, and that if you are matched it could save a life. I remember thinking about Jim Watts during this time and how amazing it was that a stranger from another country saved his life.