Covid-19 Update

We are so happy to announce that we are now having church together again! If you and your family are healthy and feel comfortable joining in person, we'll be back at Dee and Norris's home at 11AM on Sunday morning.

Remember, there is absolutely no pressure to attend if you don't feel comfortable doing so at this time. We will livestream the teaching so that you can still be a part of service from home if you prefer!

If you do come, take any precautions you feel necessary - for example, you are welcome to wear a mask if you'd like, but it is not at all required.

We are excited to begin seeing our church family in person again!

This Week's Messages

- A Note from Pastor Darren - 
Last week we concluded a two month series on the parable of the sower concerning how to operate within the Divine framework of the Kingdom of Heaven. I feel that it is important to always remind myself and also the congregation that when we look at kingdom principles it is imperative to remember that our part is in response to His part. We are not trying to get a response from God. We are not working or earning acceptance or any other aspect of the finished work of Jesus’ cross.
This week we are looking forward to the Jewish feast of Trumpets which this year (2020) falls on September 19th. This is the first annual feast on the Hebrew calendar and is referred to as the “Head of the Year.” Many leaders within the body of Christ experience a greater ability to sense, hear, and receive direction at this time of year than any other time. This has spawned a phrase called “an open heaven.” As we look at Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church we will reflect on this phenomenon and see if perhaps we have limited His willingness to impart wisdom, or perhaps the limitation is in our understanding and acceptance of His word and His FINISHED WORK.Ironically, I’m going to show that just when you think that Jesus is finished telling and retelling this parable, He continues to speak about the garden of the heart.

Scriptures- Ephesians 1:1-23 TPT

Wednesday  Services

We are returning to small home groups on Wednesday evenings! Meet at Barry and Annette's home in Belpre at 6:30 on Wednesday evenings!

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Refuge

Do you think that you should actually feel better about yourself
when you leave a church service than when you came?
Refreshed,
              challenged,
    encouraged,
                            or loved?
If you are looking for a church like this and  haven't found it yet, how about letting us show you what we have found in Jesus? Maybe you have something to show us as well!

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Gathering Times

Sunday Mornings
1100 Moyer Avenue, Parkersburg, WV 26101
@ 11am
Wednesday Evenings
405 Walnut Street,
Belpre, OH 45714
@ 6:30pm