Sunday mornings

Each Sunday morning we begin with breakfast at 8:45 a.m.!  Afterall, who really listens when they're hungry?!  From there we let everyone know about what's coming up and we also take some time to pray for one another.  D-Groups begin at 9:15 a.m.  All Youth Sunday morning activities take place down in the FLC (Family Life Center-entrance is on the west side of the building on Baltimore St.)

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We're excited about our new curriculum called The Core.  It draws its name from the fact that it is comprised of several core beliefs, or roots, that are the foundation of who we are as Christians.


THE CORE Roots are:

RESCUE, IDENTITY, COMMUNITY, APOLOGETICS,

KINGDOM, OUTREACH, KNOWLEDGE, and WORSHIP.

We've recently begun studying the root of APOLOGETICS, focusing on better understanding our beliefs and being able to offer a defense for our faith!

Click here to check out this short introductory video!

 


Sunday Morning Schedule:

8:45 a.m. - Breakfast

9:15 a.m. - Head to D-groups (Discipleship Groups, by grade)

10:15 a.m. - Morning Worship Service in Sanctuary

sunday nights

Sunday Evening Schedule:

4:00 p.m. - Youth Praise Band Practice (FLC)

5:00 p.m. - Youth Choir (Sanctuary)

6-8 p.m. - F3 (First Family Fiestas), what we call Sun PM Small Groups ;-).  Need specific addresses?  Text Tim at 806-729-6315.
 (Note: Our 8:00 finish is not firm.  If you need to pick your student up earlier to get them ready for school the next day we totally understand, especially in respect to our Middle Schoolers.  If you can give us till at least 7:30 that would be awesome!)

wednesday nights

On Wednesday Nights we tackle topics facing our teens, using scripture as our lens through which to view some of life's toughest issues.  We believe that God speaks to His children through His Word so it is naturally the foundation on which we build!

Our current series:  The Haves and Have-Nots!



About the series:

     How many times have you compared yourself with someone else today? Seriously — see if you can count. Whether it's their stuff, their looks, their skills, or their popularity, we can't help but notice all the things other people have, and how those things compare to all the things we wish we had. But in this 4-week series, we're going to focus on four things that God has given to every single one of us. You have a past, you have today, you have a future, and you have a family. All four of these things make you valuable and uniquely you.





  • WEEK 1

    Regardless of the good and bad of your past, God wants to redeem your past for His glory.  Moses showed us the way (sometimes kickin' and screamin'), so we'll be looking at his life during this series, beginning in Exodus.



  • WEEK 2

    "Today is a gift, that's why it is called the present."  -Oogway, Kung Fu Panda.  If you can't believe a really old sage in the form of a talking turtle, who can you believe?  LOL.  Seriously though, how often do we get to the end of a day realizing we wasted most of it having either dwelled on the past or stressed out about the future?  Live in the moment.  Now is all we have.  Tomorrow (on earth) is not promised!


  • WEEK 3

    Pondering the future leads to one of two outcomes...a heightened sense of anxiety and stress, or a euphoric excitement about the possibilities it may hold!  You and I have no way of seeing into the future.  So what do we do?  As a follower of Jesus, the only real answer is to trust the One who does see the future.  Scripture tells us that we can trust that He is working all things out for our good.



  • WEEK 4

    With God and God's people, you are never alone.  

    Don't believe the lie that you're less valuable than the people you're comparing yourself to, or that you're lacking something everyone else seems to have.  You are valuable and what you have is valuable. Now go live like you know what you have.