Upcoming  Sermons

Alan Henderson:  Jan. 7

Sermon Series "Galatians; Gospel of the Heart Set Free" 

Starting at 9:30am on Sundays!

Upcoming Events

​​​1/20 Teacher Appreciation Brunch @Bailey's at 11am

1/20 Bridging the Gap Meal

1/27 Savvy Senior Planning meeting@Golden Corral 9am

1/28  Winterfest meeting after service in youth room

1/28 Youth Planning meeting after class in youth room

2/10 Valentine's Dinner 


              Scripture teaches us that God is unchanging. Malachi 3:6: “I am the Lord, I change not” (3:6). Theologians call this quality God’s immutability. It doesn’t mean that God never changes in any way, never alters His plan or responds and adapts to humanity’s free choices. He’s a Person, who interacts with us. We can pray to him, worship Him, obey Him; He can rejoice over us and love us. Our prayers influence His plans; our actions elicit His responses. God relents in His negative judgments when people repent (Jonah 3:10). But His faithfulness doesn’t change. God’s immutability means that He’s unchanging in His essence, His character, His trustworthiness of purpose and promise. He cannot lie or break His promise or fail in any prophecy. “His word abides forever” (I Pet.1:23). God is both personal and infinitely perfect. The core reality of existence is not impersonal; it’s a Person, a perfect Person. All for Jesus, Richard