July 14, 2020

Good Afternoon Trinity,

 
I hope you are all doing well and having a blessed week. We all at one time or another struggle with the circumstances of our life. We are supposed to know that the Lord is with us and that there nothing in this life that can keep us apart. But sometimes we lose sight of our relationship with the Lord because we get caught up in the stress of our situation. Here is a scripture reading that will help you when you think there is no hope for your troubles.

 
Mark 5: 21 – 34

 
Is it hard for you to imagine what this woman must have been going through in her life? To have been ill for 12 years with no end in sight. To have spent all her money and belongings on doctors to no avail. Is it hard for you to imagine what it must be like to live in a situation where you have lost all hope? I hope you can’t imagine this. I hope you have never felt this kind of hopelessness in your circumstances.

 
You see sometimes through no fault of our own we find ourselves in a situation such as this woman had when we feel like we are standing alone to face the trials life has handed us. This scripture today, if you have never read it before will give you hope in your life. It’s a hope that is eternal because it is a hope in Jesus Christ in your life.

 
A woman who had most likely lost all hope and had nowhere else to turn had now found hope and a regained strength in a Savior she had never met before. Can you imagine what it would have been like to witness her meeting with Jesus as she reached out to Him in that crowded place. “If I can just touch His clothes I will be made well.” Was it her desperation that caused her to reach out to Jesus in the first place? Of course it was, the stars are brightest when you’re standing in the dark. But when she reached out to Him, He was there, and everything change.

 
Do you wait until your standing in the dark before you look to Jesus to save you from your trials? Or do you walk headlong into your trials with Jesus at your side? He has never promised us a life free from pain or tribulations. But He has promised us to never leave us nor forsake us. All we have to do is reach for Him and be assured He will be there. Go ahead, reach out for His garment.

 
God Bless,
Pastor Dave

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm Our online bible study. Watch lesson 7 of JD Greear’s Book of Ephesians on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study.

Wednesday – 6:30pm Family Night with Pastor Justin will be meeting in the Annex. Fun, games and a lesson for the whole family. Come join us. 

Saturday – 9:00am Men’s Breakfast is back. Hey guys, come and join us in the Fellowship Hall for the food, friendship and fellowship. 

Saturday – 9:00am Women’s fellowship time – the ladies are getting together for a light breakfast, fellowship and crafts.

Sunday –  9:00am Sunday School. Al Walters class will be meeting in the Annex and Allen Aultman’s class will be meeting in the Fellowship Hall. Hope you all enjoy getting back together.

Sunday – 10:30am Trinity’s Sunday Service will be held in the Sanctuary. We’ll be observing social distancing recommendations and we ask that everybody do their best to behave. We are taking temperatures as you come in and we recommend you wear a mask but it is not required. We will not have our usual coffee and donuts. If you want to bring your own coffee that’s fine. Most importantly we want you to feel comfortable and safe as we come together to worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The service will also be online if you don’t feel comfortable and want to stay home.



July 7, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

What a beautiful day the Lord has made, we all should rejoice and be glad in it. Look at today and each day as a gift from God where we have the opportunity to use our God given talents to touch a life and glorify Him. Don’t let your days go to waste. Here is your devotion for the week.

 

Jesus Christ the Sin Bearer                                 By Charles Stanley

Matthew 26:26-27

The cross is so common in our culture that most people don’t think twice when they see one on a church. But unfortunately, familiarity with the symbol can actually get in the way of understanding what it truly means. So let’s stop to consider how Jesus became the bearer of sin.

We begin with Scripture written long before Jesus was born. Genesis, the first book of the Bible, explains how man chose to disobey God. Because Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, their descendants are all born under the curse of death, having inherited a sinful “flesh” nature.

In Leviticus, God’s laws for the Jewish nation included observance of Yom Kippur, the day each year when the Israelites fasted, prayed, and sacrificed an animal to atone for sin. In essence, the goat would bear the wrongs done by the people and suffer the penalty that divine justice required.

Centuries later, Isaiah prophesied that a Savior would atone for transgression once and for all (Isa. 53:5, 8; Heb. 7:27). After another 700 years, John the Baptist identified Jesus as the Lamb of God who would take away the sin of the world (John 1:29). The Messiah had come, though He was totally different from what the people expected–so much so, in fact, that they rejected Him and requested His crucifixion.

In all, God gave 613 laws through Moses. But none of us can perfectly follow even the Ten Commandments. In fact, one reason He gave us these rules is to show us our need for a Savior (Ps. 19:7; Gal. 3:24). Meditate on those commands (Ex. 20:1-17), asking God to speak to your heart.


June 30, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

I hope you have had a tremendous week so far and that you’re looking forward to the blessings God has for you this week and the weeks to follow. Here is you scripture and devotion for this week: 

 

The one who rescues you from death 

By Jack Graham

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”     

John 3:16

Imagine looking at a swimming pool filled with people. All of a sudden, you see a small child caught out in the deep end, completely unable to swim and sinking to the bottom. So you start waving your arms and shouting at him, trying to give him some tips on how to make it back to the shallow end of the pool.

Does that make sense? Would anyone in their right mind just stand there and shout while a child is drowning? Absolutely not! Every single rational-thinking person would jump in the water and pull that child to safety.

Left in our sin, we’re exactly like that drowning child. We have no hope of escaping death on our own. And while the world’s religions wave their arms and shout instructions at us for pulling ourselves from death, Jesus is the only one who gets in the water to save us.

Let’s focus our hearts and minds on the work of Jesus Christ – the one who came into the world to die for our sins and rescue us from a hopeless eternity. Praise God today that He loved you that much!

PRAISE GOD THAT HE DIDN’T JUST GIVE US INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIVING, BUT CAME HIMSELF TO SAVE US FROM A HOPELESS ETERNITY!
 


June 23, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 
I hope you are having a wonderful morning. Here is your devotion for the week and we’ll see you Sunday. 

 

God’s Ordered Authority                           By Charles Stanley

 
1 Samuel 15:1-23

 
God’s plan for each one of us has our best interest in mind. His way leads to fullness of life. Yet He did not create us to be robots that blindly and lifelessly live their godly life. No, the Lord grants us the choice of whether or not to obey Him. Our human nature tends to choose a self-centered path that turns away from God’s authority. But in doing so, we miss His best for us.

 
Consider the life of King Saul. God chose this man to be king and provided guidelines for him to follow. Though Saul knew the Lord’s instructions, he chose to do things his own way. At times his sin was unquestionably deliberate, such as his attempt to kill David out of jealousy. At other times, however, his rebellion seemed less clear-cut. For example, despite God’s order to “utterly destroy” the Amalekites and their animals, Saul spared the best of the herd, with the justification that they were “to sacrifice to the Lord” (1 Sam. 15:3, 21).

 
His disobedient choices cost him the throne and eventually led to his destruction. This man chose the road that satisfied his immediate fleshly desires, but as we know from history, the end result was hardly fulfilling. We can learn from Saul’s mistakes. Partial obedience is actually disobedience. And any disobedience falls in the category of rebellion, which is sin.

 
Each day, we face the same types of choices. Though the details are different, both large and small temptations lure us. We can live according to Christ’s will, following His lead and listening for His voice. Or we can refuse. Choose today to live God’s way–which leads to fullness of life.

 


June 16, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

John 21

 

As I read this chapter I’m reminded of the different devotions and sermons I’ve drawn from it over the years. Peter in his disgust telling the other disciples “I’m going fishing.” Peter had rejected his Lord 3 times, just as Jesus had told him he would. I imagine the guilt Peter was feeling about his failure to stand for Jesus when the opportunity came was devastating to him. Putting ourselves in Peter’s shoes can unfortunately remind us of times when we ourselves have failed to stand for Jesus.

 

Peter and the disciples who were with him had fished all night and of course had come up empty. No fish in their nets to show the efforts they had put into a night out on the Sea of Galilee. I wonder what that night was like for Peter and the disciples? Were their hearts into fishing that night or were they just going through the motions. Truthfully,  they had just been through a traumatic few days. I wonder if they had just gone out on the boat that evening and stared at each other. In the morning as they were near the shore Jesus called out to them, “have you caught any fish children? Cast your nets on the right side of the boat.” One cast, 153 fish and yet their nets didn’t break.  Doesn’t it seem that when the Lord calls us to a task we need to be obedient?

Jesus had breakfast cooking for the disciples after they had dragged that full net to the shore. After they had finished eating Jesus asked Peter a question. Jesus said, Simon, son of Jonah, do you love Me more than these? I’ve always pictured Jesus at that time pointing at the boat, the nets, and the other disciples as He asked Peter this question. Peter, what’s more important to you, things of this world or Me? I believe you know the story. Jesus was going to ask Peter 3 times, “Do you love Me.” Some might think that Jesus was punishing Peter for his denial of Jesus as He stood trial. But I believe that what Jesus was doing was restoring Peter. Jesus had great plans for Peter’s life but Peter at that point, was broken. Have you ever felt that Jesus could ever use you because of something you’ve done in your past? Our Lord restores the broken.

As Peter walked with Jesus he looked behind to see that John was following them. In Vs. 21 – 22  So Peter seeing him *said to Jesus, “Lord, and what about this man?” Jesus *said to him, “If I want him to remain until I come, what is that to you? You follow Me!” I’ve taken the liberty to underline the last 3 words of vs. 22 to make a point. It’s easy to get caught up in all that is happening in today’s social and political climate. We worry about what is happening and somehow we think that if we worry enough and are loud enough on Facebook, we can somehow change it all. Don’t be consumed by what is happening around you today. Our God is not a God of confusion. Fall back on His promises that He will never leave you nor forsake you. Only follow Him.

 

God Bless,

 

Pastor Dave

 

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm Our online bible study. Watch lesson 3 of JD Greear’s Book of Ephesians on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study.

Sunday – 10:30am – Trinity’s on-line service. Join us as we worship our Lord together. Next week on the 28th we’ll be together again with our regular service.

 



May 27, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

 
Genesis 12: 1 – 3

This morning you are receiving 2 scripture readings to consider during the day. I’ve spoken before of God’s test of Abraham’s faith and that God’s test of Abraham would be to the glory of God. There should be no doubt that Abraham had a very special relationship with God. It was a relationship though that was not built overnight. There were many trials, tribulations and stormy seas that went into building that special bond between God and one of His children. In your first scripture reading today I hope you’ll understand that the journey God had planned for Abraham started first with a single step of faith. Do you have a faith that allows that first step in the journey or will your faith keep you home. Here is your next scripture reading and devotion.

No Condemnation

Romans 8:1-4

Some believers are plagued by feelings of condemnation. Either they think they’ll never live up to God’s expectations for them or they’re nearly drowning in guilt over past sins. These men and women cannot seem to shake the sense that God is displeased with their puny efforts at being Christ like.

The book of Romans confronts this lie head-on: “There is therefore no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus” (Rom. 8:1). When the Savior went to the cross on our behalf, He lifted the blame from our shoulders and made us righteous before God. Those feelings of condemnation do not belong to us; they are from Satan. He amplifies our guilt and feelings of inadequacy and then suggests that’s how the Lord feels about His “wayward child.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Our sins are wiped clean, and we are chosen and loved by God.

Condemnation is reserved for those who reject the Lord (John 3: 36). Sin is a death sentence (Rom. 6:23). Anyone who chooses to cling to sin instead of seeking divine forgiveness must pay the penalty, which is an eternity separated from God. Two synonyms of condemn are ‘denounce’ and ‘revile.’ Those words certainly describe Jesus’ statement to unbelievers in (Matthew 25: 41) “Then He will also say to those on the left hand, Depart from me, accursed ones.”

There is no condemnation for those who receive Jesus Christ as their Savior. The believer’s penalty for sin is paid, and he can stand blameless before God. Trust in the Lord’s love and let go of Satan’s lie. God’s beloved children are covered by His grace and the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Announcements:
Tuesday – 6pm a new online bible study. Watch lesson 2 of JD Greear’s Book of Ephesians on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study.
Wednesday – 6:30pm Also this week, Pastor Justin will be having Family Night on Zoom with a lesson and games. Great time for the whole family.
Sunday – 9:00am Come and join us for our Drive-In Church Service. Park on the west side of the Fellowship hall in the new parking spaces. There will be a platform set up with speakers and we’ll be ready to go. We also have an FM transmitter 88.7 for those who want to roll up their windows and run the air conditioning. You have to be there to pick up the radio station. Please stay in your vehicles. No cheating.
Sunday – 10:30am When you get home from our Drive In Service look for our online service on Facebook or on YouTube at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel or on our website at Trinitychurchnow.com. You can watch this on demand any time after 10:30am.
Sunday – June 7 at 9am Our adult Sunday School classes will be starting. Al Walters class will be meeting in the Annex and if you have questions for Al please call him at 813-382-0688 and Allen Aultman’s class will meet in the Fellowship Hall.
Sunday – June 7 at 10:30am, Mark it on your calendars that we are opening the Sanctuary for services. We will still be cautious and observing the guidelines for social distancing, but we will be opening. Praise the Lord.



May 20, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

Where God’s sovereignty meets your responsibility.

I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth.

1 Corinthians 3:6–7

A farmer bought a brand new piece of land that was nothing but dirt and weeds. He worked it for years, weeding, plowing, fertilizing, and planting. Then one day, his work paid off as he began to harvest an abundance of crops that he was going to sell.

As he was on his tractor, a fellow church member stopped by. The farmer stepped down and walked over to greet his friend. They talked awhile and the church member said, “Well, the Lord sure has given you a great crop here.” And with a twinkle in his eye that farmer said, “Yeah, but you should’ve seen it when the Lord had it all by Himself!”

When it comes to the work of the ministry, it’s important to understand that while God is the one who ultimately gets the glory, He’s invited us to actively participate in His sovereign plan. That means we can’t just sit around and say, “God will take care of it all.” He’s called you to play a key role!

Don’t let the sovereignty of God be an excuse for passiveness. Actively engage the ministry God has given you, knowing that while He’s the one who ultimately gets the glory, you’re a crucial part of that equation as well!

GO ALL IN WITH THE MINSITRY GOD HAS GIVEN YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE A KEY PART OF HIS SOVEREIGN PLAN.

 

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm a new online bible study. Watch lesson 1 of JD Greear’s Book of Ephesians on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study.

Wednesday – 6:30pm Also this week, Pastor Justin will be having Family Night on Zoom. Great time for the whole family.

Sunday – 9:00am  Come and join us for our Drive-In Church Service. Park on the west side of the Fellowship hall in the new parking spaces. There will be a platform set up with speakers and we’ll be ready to go. We also have an FM transmitter 88.7 for those who want to roll up their windows and run the air conditioning. You have to be there to pick up the radio station. Please stay in your vehicles. No cheating.

Sunday – 10:30am When you get home from our Drive In Service look for our online service on Facebook or on YouTube at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel or on our website at Trinitychurchnow.com. You can watch this on demand any time after 10:30am.

Sunday – June 7 at 10:30am, Mark it on your calendars that we are opening the Sanctuary for services. We will still be cautious and observing the guidelines for social distancing, but we will be opening. Praise the Lord.   



May 6th, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

Isaiah 55

 

I hope you did or will take the time to read this passage in Isaiah. It’s not long, but it sure is worth the time to read it. It’s an invitation for you and for all people on the earth. The chapter heading in the NIV says “Invitation to the Thirsty”, the NASB says “The Free Offer of Mercy” and the NKJV says “An Invitation to Abundant Life.” Whatever version you’re reading doesn’t really matter because they all are calling you to something wonderful.

 

I’m not sure that anyone would send out an invitation today considering the state of this virus and the fear that has gripped many people. This isn’t the time to be calling people together and putting them into an uncertain situation. I’m sure though, in the not too distant future we’ll be getting back together and feeling comfortable about our gatherings. The hugs are coming folks.

Today’s scripture is an invitation to look beyond the things of this earth. The things that consume our thoughts and emotions. The things of this earth that seem to control us. When we read this scripture we should realize that there is something more important than what we are going through in our lives. Verse 8 – 9 says ““For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the LORD. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” I’m sure there are some who feel that with all of the craziness in the world today that God has lost control. Let me assure you that He has never and will never lose control of what is happening on this earth.

Instead, the Lord gives you an invitation, when all the world will give you is uncertainty, craziness and don’t forget the hatred. I’ll paraphrase this – Come, all those who thirst for truth; it doesn’t matter who you are, where you’ve been, what you’ve done. Why do you put your faith in the things of this world that will not satisfy you or can be taken away from you in the twinkling of an eye? Listen to Me and come to Me and I will give you rest.

Sometimes we need to see the truth of the situations around us, before we understand what our options really are which leads us to make a much better choice for our life. Our eternal life.  

God Bless,

Pastor Dave

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm a new online bible study. Watch lesson 6 of 1 Peter with Kyle Idleman on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study

Wednesday – 6:30pm Also this week, Pastor Justin will be having Family Night on Zoom. Great time for the whole family.

Sunday – 9:00am  Come and join us for our Drive-In Church Service. Park on the west side of the Fellowship hall in the new parking spaces. There will be a platform set up with speakers and we’ll be ready to go. We also have an FM transmitter 88.7 for those who want to roll up their windows and run the air conditioning. You have to be there to pick up the radio station. Please stay in your vehicles. No cheating.

Sunday – 10:30am When you get home from our Drive In Service look for our online service on Facebook or on YouTube at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel or on our website at Trinitychurchnow.com. You can watch this on demand any time after 10:30am.



April 29th, 2020

Good Morning Trinity,

 

Philippians 4: 10 – 13

 

 

Rahm Emanuel, the former mayor of Chicago coined the catchphrase, “never let a crises go to waste.” I know what he was referring to, and that was finding a way to gain political favor through a crisis. Understand, I’m not writing today to give you my political opinions or to hear about your political opinions. But there is something to be said about his comment. Something that we should consider in our own spiritual lives.

 

I know that there are many of us who are feeling a little stir-crazy these days. We’re not able to get out and do things like we used to be able to do. We can’t go to church, shake hands, get hugs like we used to. Sunday school classes can’t meet right now and I know how close these classes were, emotionally and spiritually. Bible studies, it’s the same thing, we meet on zoom but it’s still not the same as being together in the same room.

 

A few weeks ago in my devotion I wrote about how cranky people were in the grocery store. Everyone seemed to be in such a rush to get in and out without getting infected. After that experience I was reluctant to shop again and even tried a different store. Thankfully, things seemed to settle down, that is until I was caught going down the up isle and had to endure the glare of a young lady as she waited for me to pass her at the end of the isle. That glare over the top of her mask —- if looks could kill. 

I can’t help but think that we’re supposed to learn more from this than just what it’s like to be inconvenienced. But for many of us the inconvenience is all we see. When are things going back to normal? When can we go out and eat in a restaurant again? Do we sound like whining children who have been grounded for a week because we misbehaved? If you were ever grounded, did you learn something from it? If you ever grounded one of your children, didn’t you want them to learn something from it?

Don’t let this crisis go to waste my friends. The Apostle Paul said in Verse 4: 12 “I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of being filled and going hungry, both of having abundance and suffering need.”  Did you catch those 5 special words that Paul  placed in the middle of that verse? “I have learned the secret.” In all the circumstances Paul ever found himself in, he had learned to get through it.

Was Paul just a resilient kind of guy who just had the ability to get by in any circumstance? I don’t believe that was the gift God gave to Paul when He told him to go preach the gospel. I believe that Paul had learned to lean on the Lord in all circumstances. As it says in Verse 4: 13 “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.”

Face it folks, we are all going to go through this time together. You can go through it kicking and screaming and telling everyone how unfair it is, or you can learn something that the Lord will teach you through it. Here’s another verse that just came to mind. Psalm 46: 10 ““Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”

God Bless,

Pastor Dave

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm a new online bible study. Watch lesson 6 of 1 Peter with Kyle Idleman on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study

Wednesday – 6:30pm Also this week, Pastor Justin will be having Family Night on Zoom. Great time for the whole family.

Sunday – 9:00am  Communion Sunday, bring your communion elements with you and come and join us for our Drive-In Church. Park near the Fellowship hall in the new parking spaces. There will be a platform set up with speakers and we’ll be ready to go. We also have an FM transmitter 88.7 for those who want to roll up their windows and run the air conditioning. You have to be there to pick up the radio station. Please stay in your vehicles. No cheating.

Sunday – 10:30am Communion Sunday, have your communion elements ready and we will have the our online service on Facebook. You can watch this on demand any time after 10:30am which means you can take in the Drive-In service and then go home to watch the expanded service



April 22, 2020

Good Morning Everyone,

 

I hope you’ve had a great night’s sleep and are ready to go this morning and make a difference in the community for Jesus Christ. Sometimes we feel like saying ‘Well what difference can I make for Jesus in the community? I just don’t know what to do.” Well, here’s what you need to know on this beautiful morning. You don’t need to have the “plan”, you just need to have the willingness to give Jesus the day and to be humble enough to follow His lead. So take the pressure off, it’s His day not yours, follow Him. Here is your scripture and devotion for the week.

 

 Our Incomparable Companion                                  By Charles Stanley

John 14:16-18

Most of us don’t like being alone for extended periods of time. In fact, we are not designed to live in isolation. Even at the very beginning, God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone” (Gen. 2:18). But sometimes situations in life leave us separated from others. Or perhaps we simply feel lonely, even though we live with our mate or family. But whatever your situation may be, if you are a believer, you’re never alone.

Knowing His followers could feel abandoned after His crucifixion and ascension, Jesus promised to send them a Helper who would never leave them–the Spirit of truth. The same One who came to them at Pentecost still abides within every believer. He has been sent to walk alongside us as our comforter, enabler, and guide.

The Holy Spirit, unlike human companions, is perfectly adequate to meet our every need. Since He knows us intimately, He can comfort us in pain and loss when no one else can. Anytime we find ourselves in a quandary, He knows exactly what we ought to do. Since the future is laid bare before His eyes, He’s aware of all the details that concern us. What’s more, He promises to guide us each step of the way, calming our fears and overcoming our inadequacies.

Because we were created for God, only through His Spirit are we made complete. He is the ultimate solution to man’s aloneness: He’s always available and will never forsake or forget you. When others let you down, the Comforter is present to lift you up with the reminder that you’re not alone.

Announcements:

Tuesday – 6pm a new online bible study. Watch lesson 5 of 1 Peter with Kyle Idleman on RightNow Media and then join us for our bible study on Tuesday starting at 6PM. Go to Trinity’s Facebook page and click on the link for Zoom bible study

Wednesday – 6:30pm Also this week, Pastor Justin will be having Family Night on Zoom

Sunday – 9:00am  Come and join us for our Drive-In Church. Park behind the Fellowship hall in the new parking spaces. There will be a platform set up with speakers and we’ll be ready to go. We also have an FM transmitter 88.7 for those who want to roll up their windows and run the air conditioning. You have to be there to pick up the radio station. Please stay in your vehicles. No cheating.

Sunday – 10:30am We will have the our online service on Facebook. You can watch this on demand any time after 10:30am which means you can take in the Drive-In service and then go home to watch the expanded service