Our mission                                               

Expose, Evangelize, Educate, Enlist, Encourage                

individuals for the kingdom of God, supported         

by prayer and finances from God's people.           

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Sunday School

We believe that a strong Bible foundation
is necessary for a strong walk in the Lord.

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Children's Ministry

Helping children to become spiritual
champions for Christ!

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Young Adults

We enjoy Young Adults, and
we want to be your church home.

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Women Active for Christ

Promoting and supporting missions for
the church and for the Kingdom of God.

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Follow Fellowship

As has become our tradition, we presented our 8th annual Christmas Variety show last night. Our show is made up of performances by church members and friends that want to share their talents to glorify the Lord. We enjoyed vocalists, musicians, and narrators that shared stories and poems. What a great night! Merry Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less

As has become our tradition, we presented our 8th annual Christmas Variety show last night. Our show is made up of performances by church members and friends that want to share their talents to glori...

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Our annual business meeting will take place this evening, preceded by a short Bible reading and prayer. ... See MoreSee Less

Annual Business Meeting

January 3, 2018, 6:30pm - January 3, 2018, 7:30pm

Our annual business meeting will take place this evening, preceded by a short Bible reading and prayer.

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We will observe the ordinance of the Lord's Supper during our morning service on December 24th. ... See MoreSee Less

Communion

December 24, 2017, 10:45am

We will observe the ordinance of the Lord's Supper during our morning service on December 24th.

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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

From Faron Thebeau:

Thirteen years ago I felt the Lord calling me into Hispanic ministry. I had been very content pastoring in Missouri but the pull on my heart was persistent and the Lord began to open doors in Texas. For the last eleven years it has been my privilege to fulfill that call by pastoring Primera Iglesia Bautista Libre in Weslaco, Tx.

I feel very blessed to have spent the last eleven years in the Rio Grande Valley. The impact on my life has been tremendous. I met my wife while I was there and God gave me my children. In addition to these obvious changes, God began to change the way I view culture. It is only now looking back that I can see God was preparing me for the next step in my ministry.

Culture is a hot button issue in our society. It seems that not a day can go by without hearing of some disturbance between generations and races. Indeed, it seems like there is no end in sight to these tensions as each side becomes more entrenched in their view each day. This has a detrimental effect on the church as it serves to introduce schisms in the body of Christ. Martin Luther King Jr. observed many years ago that the most segregated hour in the United States of America is 11:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. I cannot help but feel like Satan is pleased by this division.

It is for this reason that I have felt the call to plant a multicultural church. I was contacted by the Missouri State Mission Board about the possibility of planting such a work in Rolla, Mo. Rolla is a small town with a population of slightly less that 20,000 but it has the highest percentage of foreign born residents in the state of Missouri.

We plan to use our experience in ministering among two distinct cultures and apply it to learn to minister among the diverse population here. We have chosen the name Mosaic for our church as we hope to take the many distinct backgrounds and blend them together to raise one voice of praise to Jesus. Only in Him will we find true unity. We held our first meeting of the launch team last week and had an initial commitment of fifteen people. Among them were a Guatemalan family, a Philippine, a Mexican, and a young lady who works at the college as a liaison to foreign embassies in order to recruit foreign students. We thank God for this blessing and ask for your prayers as we continue to work to meeting the burden God has placed upon our hearts.
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Prayer of the week:
Please pray for Lynn Pedretti's family, her dad passed away.
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The final Sunday evening of each month is our Prayer and Praise service, when we have a special focus on praying for the needs of one another and thanking God for His blessings through prayer and singing. If you have a particular prayer need or blessing to share with the church, or if you have a favorite hymn or song to request that we sing, come and join us! ... See MoreSee Less

Prayer and Praise Service

January 28, 2018, 6:00pm - January 28, 2018, 7:00pm

The final Sunday evening of each month is our Prayer and Praise service, when we have a special focus on praying for the needs of one another and thanking God for His blessings through prayer and sing...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in January is "A Heart Like His", a unit from 1 and 2 Samuel that will will explore the importance of having a heart for God. In this week's lesson from chapters 6 and 7, we will see how God later honored David when he was careful to do things God’s way.
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Bottom of D6: Seeking to Please Him (2 Sam. 6-7)

January 21, 2018, 6:00pm - January 21, 2018, 7:00pm

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in January is "A Heart Like His", a unit from 1 and 2 Samuel that will will explore the importance of having a heart for God. In this week's lesson from chapter 17, we will see how David trusted God and stepped out to deal with the “giant” challenge.
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Bottom of D6: The Harder They Fall (1 Sam. 17)

January 14, 2018, 6:00pm - January 14, 2018, 7:00pm

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in January is "A Heart Like His", a unit from 1 and 2 Samuel that will will explore the importance of having a heart for God. In this week's lesson from chapter 13, we will see how King Saul impatiently disobeyed God, and the consequences that followed.
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Bottom of D6: Bad Decisions and Consequences (1 Sam. 13)

January 7, 2018, 6:00pm - January 7, 2018, 7:00pm

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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