FIND YOUR COMMUNITY

Do you ever feel like you are constantly on the go? I know that I do. Life gets so busy sometimes that it becomes hard to prioritize things. Our world tells us that being busy, constantly on the go, is the path to success. It has caused us to become an individualistic society. God never intended for His people to …

Lowell Elmore

February 2nd, 1927 – January 23rd, 2023 Mr. Lowell Elmore passed away peacefully in the early hours of the morning at home. Please be in prayer for the family at this time. When details are determined for the service we will update this post. Thank you for joining us in praying for the family and friends of Mr. Elmore. Arrangements: …

Jack and Dell Hagood

On Sunday, January 22nd we were excited to welcome Jack and Dell Hagood into our faith community. Jack and Dell have already found community the Friendship group as well as the Mens Bible Study. We hope you will join us as we welcome them into our community and join together to take the hope of the Gospel into our neighborhoods.

HELLO, NEIGHBOR

What if we’ve made Christianity infinitely more complicated than it needs to be?  As institutions grow, the cultural landscape shifts beneath our feet and a consumer mindset dominates American Christianity, it’s easy to see why following Jesus feels so complex.  But the more I hear from Jesus, the less I buy the notion that He was inviting us into an …

IT IS WHAT IT IS

I have a friend who flinches when he hears that phrase. He believes that “how it is” is not “how it should be”. As a person of faith, he believes that God’s grace makes change possible, even if it’s not easy. John Wesley believed that to follow Christ was to be discontent with things as they are. The feeling that …

VOGLER

VOGLER | MULTI-GENERATIONAL | WED @ 6PM | ROOM 302 | BEGINS 2.15.23 Join Group Host: Brenda Vogler for a group that will be studying Beth Moore’s, Now That Faith Has Come: A Study of Galatians. This study is open to all; however, Beth Moore generally appeals to women. Please purchase the book prior to the first meeting (link below.) …

A THRILL OF HOPE

It’s a little late to be talking about Christmas carols, but I couldn’t help myself!  Not many people know that the lyrics of ‘O Holy Night’ were originally written by a French composer who was asked to produce a poem in honor of a recently completed church renovation.  (Incidentally, it was written in 1843, the same year Charles Dickens completed …

A NEW KIND OF RESOLUTION

As we approach the end of another year and begin looking forward to a New Year, listen to Pauls’ Words in Ephesians 3:1-12 This is the reason that I, Paul, am a prisoner for Christ Jesus for the sake of you Gentiles- 2 for surely you have already heard of the commission of God’s grace that was given me for you, …

DO I BELONG?

I’ve spent most of my life wondering if I belong.  This isn’t a ‘woe is me’ kind of thing – just stay with me for a moment.   I wondered if I belonged in the new school that I went to in 3rd grade after we moved towns.  I didn’t really.  I wondered if I belonged in my new school …

Audrey McKinney

April 10, 1934 – December 16, 2022 Audrey went to heaven on Friday morning. She was a member of PTCUMC for 24 years, and a woman of faith. Please hold her family in your prayers as they mourn the loss of a kindhearted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who loved her family well. To honor the life of Audrey, there will …