A MINISTER’S MATTERS
WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US this Sunday (May 1) for our church’s 133rd homecoming. It was on the first Sunday of May in 1883 that our church was begun. Her history is rich, connected with the history of her locale, Columbia and Marion County, while being embroidered with God’s grace and provision. There have been colorful characters who were counted among her members. There have been good and bad times, times of triumph and disaster, and the church has maintained a faithful witness for Christ for 133 years. How does a church endure and thrive through such a length of time? The hymn writer summed it up, when he wrote,
“The church’s one foundation is Jesus Christ, Her Lord. She is His new creation, by Spirit and the Word. From heaven He came and bought her to be His holy bride; With His own blood He bought her, and for her life, He died.”
Brother Randy Gardner from Bunker Hill, our ‘mother church,’ will bring our message, and we are asking that you. . . read more here . . .