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

Church van replacement need:

The Trustee Board created a new line item in the 2018 Budget for a Church Van Replacement Fund. Our church van is 17 years old and has almost reached 100,000 miles. We are recommending a budget transfer of $250 per month and are encouraging designated giving to match that $250 for a budget annual balance of $6,000. Please keep in mind that this designated giving should be above and beyond your tithe or already designated missionary account support. We are also recommending rolling any budget balance remaining at the end of each year to this line item. Our goal would be to collect enough funds, through this budget line item and designated giving, to replace the van in the last quarter of 2019 or first quarter 2020. However, if giving is received earlier, the van will be replaced as soon as the funds are made available.

Won't you prayerfully consider helping meet this goal?
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Missions Moment (Sponsored by FWAC)

National Association of Panama Free Will Baptists

Panama became the focus of Free Will Baptist missionaries in 1936. Reverend and Mrs. Thomas Willey, Sr., ministered among the country’s Indians in the interior. Political instability forced the Willeys to leave Panama after only a few months.

Twenty-five years later, in 1962, the Willeys’ children reopened the Free Will Baptist work in Panama. By the end of 1969, two mission congregations gathered regularly for worship. Preaching points had been established in several other areas. The first church was organized in 1971. In 2012, the work celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Panama is the crossroad of the world. The sprawling S-shaped isthmus in Central America runs east and west, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans by means of the Panama Canal.

The Panama Canal flows through an area of land 10 miles wide and 40 miles long. The Canal is flanked by Panama City, the nation’s capital, on the Pacific side and the city of Colón at the Atlantic.

Approximately 3.6 million people occupy the isthmus nation. Over 30 percent of these live in Panama City and Colón. Three distinct population groups make up the majority of Panama: the cosmopolitan urban group, the agricultural group, and the Indian tribes.

The work in Panama in now in transition. In 2013, 52 years of faithful missionary efforts and the maturning of the Panamanian Church led International Missions to agree to place the work completely in the hands of the Panamanian Association of Free Will Baptist Churches. The completion of the transition process is scheduled for the January 2015 annual national association meeting. While missionaries will not longer reside in Panama on a permanent basis, Free Will Baptist International Missions will continue to partner with the national church. Former missionaries and others will minister in Panama (teaching in the seminiary, preaching in churches, etc.) at the invitation of the Panamanian Association. The partnership will also allow Panamanian pastors to minister in stateside churches on occasion.

Currently, churches and mission works exist in six of Panama’s eight provinces. The Free Will Baptists Seminary of Panama is located about an hour south of Panama City in Chame. The work consists of 10 organized churches, two official mission works, and over 40 preaching points around the country. Home Bible studies, films, music, radio, and special community services have proven effective in opening doors for evangelism.
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January 14th Announcements:

FWAC dues are due - $27.00 cash or check by January 28th.

Our youth going to national competition are collecting aluminum cans for 2018. Save yours and bring them to the church.

January 28th - Randall Group will be with us in the morning service.

Looking ahead: February 11th Josh Provow will be with us in the morning service.

Be sure to see our "Events" page for other planned events!
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2018 Women Active for Christ Dues are due!

Hi Ladies! It's time to begin collecting dues for 2018. Your dues of $27.00 are broken down as follows: $6.00 stays in the district, $6.00 goes to our State Women Active for Christ and $15.00 goes to Women Nationally Active for Christ. At the local and state level, your dues help fund speakers at district and state meetings, pay for fees associated with retreats, support missions works, etc. Please get your cash or check to Cathy S. by January 28th. Thanks!
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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Eight (Enlightening Revelations), Day Five (Personal Application). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Eight, Day Five

February 21, 2018, 6:30pm - February 21, 2018, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Eight (Enlightening Revelations), Day Four (Divine Orchestration). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Eight, Day Four

February 7, 2018, 6:30pm - February 7, 2018, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Eight (Enlightening Revelations), Day Three (Participating in Suffering). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Eight, Day Three

January 31, 2018, 6:30pm - January 31, 2018, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Eight (Enlightening Revelations), Day Two (Chip off the Old Rock). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Eight, Day Two

January 24, 2018, 6:30pm - January 24, 2018, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Eight (Enlightening Revelations), Day One (Firstfruits). Join us as we make our way through this in-depth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week Eight, Day One

January 17, 2018, 6:30pm - January 17, 2018, 7:30pm

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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