God Wants to Start a Relationship with You
Starting a relationship with God is your only opportunity to go to heaven and for your life to matter on earth. For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.
Sin keeps you out of a relationship with God and feeling lonely. Baptism, The Lord’s Supper, church membership, good deeds, and money have no ability to help. God showed His love for us that while we were sinners Jesus died for us.
Jesus loves you. He died on the cross for your sins. He rose from the dead for you. He is God. Jesus is the only one with the ability to start your relationship. What is love? It is that God loved us and sent His Son to pay for our sins.
I John 4:10
Only Jesus can cleanse your sin and start your relationship with God. Whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.
Your relationship starts by praying:
“JESUS, I believe you died on the cross and rose from the dead for me. Cleanse my sin. Take all my life. Be my God.
I love you. AMEN.”
Baptism by immersion is what Jesus expects after you believe … an act of obedience picturing death and burial to self and a resurrection to be like Jesus … a prerequisite to membership. Those that gladly received His word were baptized.
Our Sunday services are an opportunity for people to
come and enjoy time together—whether it’s their first
time or they’ve been coming for years.
Being in community impacts lives and reminds
us that we can’t do life alone.
Kids are important to us, so we’ve created a place
for them to learn about Jesus on their level.
Every Sunday all children (babies through 5th grade) experience safe,
age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught
in a creative and relevant way.
We believe that if anyone is going to change the world,
it’s the next generation. 407 Youth is our student ministry
for students 6th-12th grade. It’s designed to give them a
place where they can connect with God, with other people,
and have fun.
Who are the people who care most about you?
Who you can laugh or cry the hardest with?
That’s what community is all about—doing life with
the support of people around you.
We all have a next step to take, so why not take them together?