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Come visit us for live worship at 10:30 a.m., on Sundays, or join us online! Located in the heart of San Marco.

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Next Events

Open Gym Basketball

All are welcome! Join us on Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 a.m., for some basketball. Two-on-two. Six-on-six. Whatever it takes! Showers and locker rooms available. For more information, email Bryan Cunningham

Call to Prayer

Throughout the Bible, believers are called to pray. Prayer can make a profound difference in our world but it is up to us to offer our prayers humbly and regularly. Come gather with us on the first Tuesday of every month as we support and encourage one another, and seek to change our church and community through the power of prayer.

Good News Club

Each Wednesday, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., during the Good News Club, kids are introduced to an exciting Bible lesson, songs, Scripture memory, a missions story, and fun games all the while introducing the Gospel of Jesus and discipling them in the Word of God. REGISTRATION For more information, email Todd Kornahrens (Pastor of Families and NextGen) or Margaret Furnas (Preschool Director)

Student Worship

Students meet in the student room for worship, a message, discussion, and games in the gym.

“But God showed His love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.”

Romans 5:8

Latest Sermons

Song of Faith

The table has become the centerpiece of our Thanksgiving celebration, and for good reason. Not only does the table (and the food on it) represent God’s provision, but scientists have discovered that the human mind attaches significant memories to the sense of smell and taste. As you eat, you are literally rehearsing memories associated with those tastes and smells. Remembering God’s faithfulness in the past is an antidote to fear of the future and helps build our faith. Join us…

Song of Contentment

Living in a social media society causes us to live our lives in constant comparison to others.  Always watching what other people have and are doing, will cause us not to value what we have.  This lack of appreciation and thankfulness can often lead to anxiety, restlessness, and even depression. Keeping our focus on the life and path God has set out for us, “staying in our lane,” can help develop an attitude of gratitude, which can allow joy and…

Song of Resilience

The Bible says that Christians are to be thankful in all circumstances. That sounds good until we consider some of the most difficult circumstances of life. How can we practice gratitude in the midst of sickness, injustice, pandemics, and social unrest? Join us for part one of Psalms of Thanksgiving where we will explore how gratitude counteracts doubt and despair and makes us more resilient. Giving thanks counteracts doubt and despair and makes us more resilient. The reality of our…

The Pursuit of Happiness

While we can never achieve holiness in our own power, the way we choose to live and interact with the world is a powerful witness to what we truly believe about Jesus and His Kingdom.  Passage: Matthew 5:3-14 Principle: Embrace your emptiness and experience God’s sufficiency (Matthew 5:3-6) Live sacrificially for the sake of loving others (Matthew 5:7-12) Practice: Be an agent for healing (Matthew 5:13) Be a source of light (Matthew 5:14-16) Daily Readings: Day 1: Matthew 5Day 2: 1…

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