Palm Sunday | Holy Week

Walk Through Jerusalem by Nathanael Schanie Luke 19:28-44, Matthew 21:6-9, Mark 11:1-10, Zechariah 9:9, Psalm 118:25-29  Hosanna! Hosanna to the Lord, the Son of David! See that YAHWEH is doing a new thing, and His salvation comes on the back of a donkey! In peace you came to us. In grace, You approached the cross.…

Pray For Piedmont

Below is our guided prayer for Pray for Piedmont. Feel free to use these prayers as a springboard for your own words. We encourage you to listen to the songs provided on our Spotify playlist as you pray. Please stay in your car for the duration of our prayer event. At 7:00pm, please turn on…

Family Update: Services & Schedules

We are establishing our temporary normal through the next few days and are making every effort to keep our church family connected and informed. We are working to move our community groups, bible studies, and meeting times to online platforms so everyone can connect and participate. George will be dropping an announcement tomorrow (Wednesday, March…

Family Update: COVID-19

As the situation with the COVID-19 virus evolves we want to make sure that our church family’s health and safety is a priority. As a church family, we are taking every precaution to serve you to the best of our ability. Currently, we are working with local health and government officials to monitor the areas…

December 25: Galatians 4:4-7

By George Dillard Read today’s scripture: Galatians 4:4-7 Why now? I am sure many people have uttered those words at multiple times in their lives. I have often wondered if there was anyone in Jerusalem who uttered those words when it became apparent why the Magi had come. Many people may not associate this passage…

December 24: John 1:1-8

By Tiffany Bullington Read today’s scripture: John 1:1-8 This is one of my absolute favorite passages to read during the Advent season. It’s not a flowery birth narrative, like we assume will be read on Christmas Eve, full of names and places that dutifully retells the story of Christ’s birth. John penned this passage to…