Author Archive for Jon Quesenberry

The Kingdom of God: The Word

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Please be in prayer for Josh and Juleigh Steppe. On Monday a large tree fell in their yard crushing both of their cars. Praise God that Josh and Juleigh are fine but it looks as though both cars are totaled! Matt Anderson has been in direct contact with Josh and I will be checking in later today to see if their landlord has been able to clear the tree. We thank God that no one was injured! Stay tuned! On Sunday, Matt or I should be able to give an update on the situation.

This Sunday (June 17th) is Father’s Day! We plan to honor our fathers and gather around each to bless and pray for them. God is Father. This is how He has chosen to reveal Himself in relationship to us! His love for us is bold, and strong. He is direct with us and passionately sacrificial. On Sunday, we want to pray that the heart of the God the Father will be manifest in the heart of each father in our church family.

On Sunday July 1st we are going to have our annual “Church in the Park” at Mint Springs Park followed by a picnic lunch and recreation. (Mint Spring park is located at: 6659 Mint Springs Park Road, Crozet, VA 22932.) We were able to reserve the main shelter down near the water! YAY!! We will plan to have our worship service “unplugged” (acoustic style) starting at 10am. Then we will have our picnic lunch followed by games like cornhole, volleyball and of course swimming and fishing in the lake. The shelter that we have reserved is very comfortable but we need chairs! Please bring folding chairs to sit in as well as food to share with others!

This annual “Church in the Park” event is a wonderful opportunity to invite your friends and neighbors to meet your church family. Feel free to use the cards in the foyer to invite guests to this event!

We have decided not to have our Family meeting at the July 1st “church in the park” event. We want to make this event “guest friendly!” We will postpone our family meeting until Sunday July 22nd after the service. On July 22nd at our family meeting we will celebrate the six month anniversary of our focus to becoming a presence-based community. Between now and then we want to do some self-evaluation. We will be conducting another survey in order to receive feedback and input for going forward. Please contact me directly if you have any helpful suggestions between now and then!

Our Cell Leaders meeting went well last night. It looks like we will be starting (or restarting) 5 or 6 home groups this fall. If you are interested in hosting a small group in your home there is still time to sign up for our “Church in the House” equipping weekend.

Our “Church in the House” equipping weekend will occur on Saturday, August 4th, 9:30am – 4:00pm. Lunch will be provided on site. This four session course will include very practical teaching in how to host a life-changing small group in your home.

Anyone interested in hosting a group is welcome to come. Please RSVP to this email so that I know how many packets to make!

See you Sunday!

Pastor Jon Quesenberry

The Kingdom of God: Eternal Focus

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Please be in prayer for Russ & Cathe Myers and family. Russ’ brother Jerry passed away on Wednesday. Russ brother was 71 years old and died unexpectedly on Wednesday. The family will be scheduling a memorial in Albuquerque, New Mexico later this summer.

This Sunday will be gathering once again to encounter God and to participate in a corporate expression of the greatest commandment. The weekly gathering of the church for the specific purposes of encountering God in prayer and worship is the cornerstone of biblical christianity. The greatest commandment for both Old and New Covenants is “Love the Lord with all your heart, soul, mind and strength.” Loving God includes listen to Him. Loving God includes giving Him worship and praise. Loving God includes waiting upon Him (abiding and listening) just like we do with family members at family gatherings. This Sunday we will will be gathering to have intimate fellowship with the Lover of our soul – the God of the ages. What a privilege we have to meet face to face in worship with the creator of the universe through the shed blood of Jesus. Encountering God is the primary reason for our gathering because He has promised that whenever 2-3 of us meet in His name, He is there with us! Since He is there with us, our aim is to give our attention to Him.

Matt Anderson will be bringing the message this Sunday. I am looking forward to hearing what Matt has to share. God has been using Matt in ministry locally and in cooperation with kingdom advance in Cuba. He will be sharing testimony and teaching. The focus for the sharing is: The Kingdom of God: An Eternal Perspective based on Mark 13:1-5.

On Sunday July 1st we are planning on having a church picnic and family meeting. We have reserved a shelter at Mint Springs for that day! Let’s talk about plans for that event on Sunday. Should we have a family meeting and a picnic on the same day? Is the weekend on July 1st open for most families? If we have a picnic, we want to make sure that most people can come!

July 1, 2018 is an important landmark in the life of our church. It will be the midway in our fiscal year and the six month anniversary of our focus on becoming a presence based community. The past six months we have been focusing on Hearing God’s voice, authentic worship, growing in prayer and being led by the Spirit of God as a body of believers. Between now and that meeting we want to do some self-evaluation. We will be conducting another survey in order to receive feedback and input for going forward. Please contact me directly if you have any helpful suggestions between now and then!

In preparation for the launch of our small groups (house church fellowships) we will host a Cell Leadership training course. The first meeting for this is THIS THURSDAY June 14th @ 7:00pm. If you are interested in hosting an in-home small group please sign up on the sign-up sheet in the entryway! We will be setting a schedule for the training at this meeting.

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Fellowship Meal this Sunday! Kingdom of God: The Sower

Dear Church Family and Friends,

This Sunday will be having communion and a fellowship meal after the Service! Please bring a dish (or two) of food to share! Following the meal there will be a Baby Shower for Jensina Printz! Please plan to stay for the meal following our Sunday Service. Our fellowship meals are a great way to get to know other church family members and build unity in the body of Christ!

The Civil Righteousness Conference starts tomorrow (Friday) evening at 7:00 at Connect Church located at 2080 Lambs Road in Charlottesville. The conference lasts through Saturday night. I am so excited about this C-HOP sponsored event. I feel sure that this conference has the potential to change the spiritual environment of our city. The press has been all over this event! I just did an radio interview with Joe Thomas this morning at 8:00am on WCHV (107.5 FM.) This conference will be about transformation and living in the love and power of God. I hope that everyone will feel invited to come for any or all of the event! For more information & registration follow this link: https://www.charlottesvillehop.com/2018-spring-conference

This coming Sunday we will continue our Focus on the Word series: The Kingdom of God. This Sunday we will be taking a look at the Parable of the Sower in Matthew 13:1-23. If you get an opportunity please read this passage in preparation for Sunday. The Kingdom of God was Jesus primary message. The kingdom of God is even featured in the Lord’s prayer when Jesus taught us to pray: “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” It seems that the Kingdom of God on the earth was the primary focus of Jesus life and ministry. Because of this, we will make it our primary focus for the next 12 weeks.

Our days for Fasting and Prayer this next month are June 4-8th. This time of fasting and prayer will conclude with a prayer meeting at Marie Marlein’s home on June 8th at 7:00pm. Please note that the church will be open for prayer every Thursday from 8am to 5:00pm as well.

In preparation for the launch of our small groups (house church fellowships) we will host a Cell Leadership training course consisting or 4 sessions starting June 14th @ 7:00pm. If you are interested in hosting an in-home small group please sign up on the sign-up sheet in the entryway!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Dear Church Family and Friends,

We will be having a fellowship meal after the Service this coming Sunday! Please bring a dish (or two) of food to share! Also feel free to invite your friends and neighbors to come! Sundays when we have a fellowship meal are perfect opportunities for guests to come and experience who we are!

The baby shower for Jensina Printz will be postponed until Sunday, June 3rd. Mother and baby (George William) are doing well, but Jensina is still recovering from surgery and hospitalization! She is recovering nicely but is in need of rest!

I want to give each of you a special invitation to attend the Civil Righteousness Conference sponsored by the Charlottesville House of Prayer, June 1-3 at Connect Church in Charlottesville. This is going to be a very special event. Jonathan Tremain Thomas is the nationally known guest speaker for this event! The focus of the weekend is on societal healing and transformation. On August 12th last year, the “Unite the RIght” rallly put Charlottesville on the map along with other cities such as Ferguson, Missouri where racial related violence broke out. In spite of the fact that many in our city would rather forget the events of that day, Charlottesville is now in a unique position. We have an opportunity as a city to experience transformation as a culture to reveal to the world what it looks like when the believers in a city choose to live in true unity and transformation. I believe that this weekend event will serve as a catalyst for this type of transformation. Prophetic ministry is also available when you register for the conference.

For more information or to register for the conference, click on this link: https://www.charlottesvillehop.com/2018-spring-conference

This coming Sunday (in preparation for a series on The Kingdom of God) I feel led to share on; “How to see God.” This title is taken from Hebrews 12:14 “Make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.” At the turn of the 19th century the “Holiness movement” was born in the United States. For over 80 years the topic of holiness was taught from the pulpits of America. Unfortunately since the mid 1980’s the topic of holiness has become extremely unpopular – even taboo. Many mainline denominations now approve, even promote actions that the Bible calls sin. In this post-modern era, there is very little talk about purity, sanctification and holiness that is emphasized in the Bible. A dilemma remains: holiness still seems one of the primary conditions that God considers essential. Will we accept the teachings of scripture and be a holy people or will be choose not to see God (Heb 12:14) and live according to the fThis Sunday we will focus on the Word of God regarding Holiness and discover why it is necessary in order to “see God.” Next week we will begin a series on the Kingdom of God. Please prepare for this series by reading Matthew 24:14-30. We will plan to spend the next 4-5 weeks on this topic!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Prayer Requests for Myers & Wenger families & New Sunday Series!

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Please be praying for Russ & Cathe Myers and family! Russ’ mother, Isabel, passed away on Wednesday morning. Russ and Cathy left on Thursday to go down to Reedsville, NC to be with Russ’ father, Ralph. Please also pray for Ralph as he is in hospice care and is also not doing very well. Russ has asked if we would pray that God would use he and Cathe to minister life and peace to the family during this challenging time.

Esther Wenger (Ryan Wenger mother) is recovering from open heart surgery this weekend. She had a valve replacement on Monday and is recovering well. Please be in prayer for pain relief and a quick recovery!

Jensina Printz and baby (George William) are home now and doing well. What a miracle! For those of you who may not know, Jensina survived emergency surgery, receiving over 30 units of blood following the birth of a healthy baby on May 2nd. Praise God for His protection and healing power! It is a miracle that she is alive and healthy! Once she has recovered, we look forward to seeing the baby and hearing their testimony!

This coming Sunday we will begin a new series on the Kingdom of God for our focus on the Word time. The Kingdom of God was the one thing that Jesus talked about more than any other topic. Jesus taught us to pray: “Father… Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven..” So what does it mean when we ask God’s kingdom to come to earth? What does the kingdom of God look like? We will focus on these and other questions as we spend the next 4-5 weeks on this topic!

This Sunday we will also have a time of sharing. Several members of the Hearing God’s voice class will be sharing! Our Hearing God’s Voice class is at the halfway point. Several in the class have been sharing how the class has changed their prayer life in positive ways. Also, anyone else who has a testimony will have an opportunity to share.

This Sunday we will also be receiving the Lord’s Supper. From now on we will plan to receive the Lord’s supper every first Sunday of the month.

It is so good to be back and recovered from jet-lag. God is building His church by means of His glorious and precious presence. We gather to meet and commune with a powerful and loving God!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Ellen Wyant’s Memorial – Saturday 11am and other news

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Ellen Wyant’s memorial service will be held Saturday (tomorrow) at 11am at the Cornerstone Church of Augusta (1156 Tinkling Spring Rd, Staunton, VA 24401.) All are invited. Please continue to be in prayer for Henry and the family. I (Jon) will be sharing at the memorial service so keep me prayer too, so that I will be able to offer those present an opportunity to give their lives to Jesus.

I also wanted to announce that George William Printz’s (Jim and Jensina Printz baby) was born early this morning, Friday, May 4th! Mother and baby are doing well! Carol and I were able to visit with them Wednesday evening and give them the food that was collected! Please continue to pray for Jensina and the baby. Blessings for a quick recovery for Jensina and health for the baby.

Marie Marklein also wanted me to announce that we will have 5 days of prayer and fasting this month starting Monday, May 7 through Friday May 11th. There also will be a prayer meeting at the church on Friday, May 11th at 7:30 pm. The focus on this prayer meeting is the Peace of Jerusalem.

I am looking forward to Sunday! There is so much to share about the missions trip to Philippines! I am looking forward to our time of worship and waiting on the Lord! I plan to share some pictures and testimonies on Sunday about my two week trip with Pastor Kenton. At both the seminar in Baguio and the conference in Tabuk, God showed up in miraculous ways! It was such a privilege to share the Word and minister supernaturally!

Thanks for your prayers and support that made this missions trip possible! Pastor Kenton and I experienced daily ministry opportunities. We also did not experience any significant sickness or travel problems! In almost every way this trip was ideal! Thank you Jesus!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Structures that Support Life

Dear Church Family and Friends,

I am leaving for my missions trip to Philippines at 8am on Monday morning! For those of you who didn’t know, I received all of my support for the trip and everything is go! Thank you to all who helped me in reaching my goal! Please be in prayer for Pastor Kenton and I as we travel to the other side of the world to equip and minister to pastoral leaders in Baguio and Tabuk (two towns north of Manila.) The Philippines is exactly 12 hours ahead of the east coast U.S.A. So that means that when it is noon here, it is midnight there! (Oh, my!!)

The schedule for the next two Sunday mornings will be:

Sunday, April 22nd
Speaker – Pastor Gerald Martin Worship Leader – Kaj Overgaard

Sunday April 29th
Speaker – Dan Burt Worship Leader – Kaj Overgaard

Everence (a Christian mutual aid organization) will be sharing on Sunday, April 22nd. I want to encourage you to consider participating with Everence. When I was younger, I didn’t understand the concept of stewardship and money management. Ideas like as insurance and saving for retirement just seemed to be out of reach or a waste of money. I knew that God wanted me to steward my money and resources well but had no idea how to do it. Everence is a “mutual aid” organization. Everence does not exist to make money. This Mennonite organization works by bringing together the resources of many people in order to use it for those who are in need. They also help people with just a little bit of money to invest it wisely so that they will have enough to live on later in life. Please consider talking with our Everence representative after the meeting about participating.

Last night was our first Hearing God’s Voice class! Twenty-two people are enrolled in the course! The goal of the class is to learn to hear the voice of God and learning how to separate it from all the other “noise” that we encounter in life. If you would like to take the course it’s not too late! We are having a meeting in the fellowship hall THIS SUNDAY from 12:15 to 1:15 to catch up those who missed the first class. If you would like to take this course, this is your last chance! Meet with the group in fellowship hall at 12:15pm on Sunday following the celebration service.

We collected nearly $500 for benevolence last Sunday! I am excited about this! Using the Everence matching grant program this translates into almost $1000 that we can use to help those in our congregation who are in serious financial need! This is the church in action!

Between April 16th and May 1st while I am in the Philippines, Carol Quesenberry (434-760-0009) and Bob French (434-987-9364) will be your contacts for ministry needs. Please contact Arlin Martin (434-531-5968) for building related issues.

I plan to give do the weekly newsletter from the Philippines so that I report first-hand what is happening!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Equipping the Saints

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Our Easter events last weekend seemed to be encouraging and well attended. At our Good Friday Service in Charlottesville at the C-HOP building, we had an encouraging time of worship, Scripture reading, prayer as well as receiving the Lord’s Supper together. It was an important time to remember the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. On Sunday morning we met on the lower hillside beside the church for our first Easter Sunrise service (much later than sunrise) at 8:00am. Our focus at that service was to remember the resurrection of Jesus and celebrate His amazing victory over death. At 9:00am we had our Easter Brunch thanks to Carol Quesenberry, Janet Martin and those who contributed food for the event!

At 10:00am we had our Resurrection Celebration Event! It was really wonderful to celebrate in spirit and truth during our worship time! I really enjoyed seeing the children celebrate by waving flags. What a wonderful opportunity to give praise to our Lord who, by His love and sacrifice, won victory over sin and death forever!

This coming Sunday we will continue our Presence-Based Community Series with our focus on “Equipping the Saints.” Jesus told His disciples, “Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.” (Mat 10:8) Some people have taught that this commandment is no longer in effect and that we are living in an time and place where God does not move in this way anymore. Instead we are discovering that the opposite is true all over the world. God is showing up in mighty ways to save, heal, transform and deliver people afflicted by the enemy. Testimonies from all over the globe are coming in that when faith is applied to need.. God shows up in power! This Sunday we want to look at what it means to be equipped as saints.

“Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” (Eph 4:11-13)

This Sunday we will be collecting an Benevolence offering. There are a number of members in our church family in need of your love and support right now. I will be sharing more about this on Sunday morning. Please come prepared to give as the Lord leads toward these needs present in our church family! We will have the ability to receive an offering by credit card if you prefer to give that way.

Ellen Wyant passed away this past Tuesday morning. Please be in prayer for Henry and the family. This Sunday we will be offering ways that families and individuals can respond in supportive ways.

Registration for the Hearing God’s Voice Class ends this Sunday! This class will be meeting for 8 weeks on Thursday nights starting April 12th at 7:00pm! Please sign-up using the sign-up sheet in the entryway.

Pastor Kenton Slabaugh and I will be leaving for the Philippines next Monday, April 16th and will be returning Tuesday, May 1st! Please be in prayer for us while we are meeting with pastors and ministry leaders in two cities there! I will be providing information about this trip on Sunday as well as the plan for who will be leading worship and preaching while I am away!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Easter Weekend & Ellen Wyant Update

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Tonight at 7:00 we will celebrate the Lord’s Supper! This event will take place at Charlottesville House of Prayer – 115 10th St. N.W. Charlottesville VA (in the Wellhouse Building) This meeting is with our sister church (The Dwelling Place) that meets at this address!

This Sunday is Easter (Resurrection) Sunday! We meet to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus! We will be doing something new this year!

Our schedule for Friday and Sunday is:

Friday, March 30th
Good Friday Service 7:00pm
(@ C-ville House of Prayer, 115 10th St. N.W. Charlottesville)

Sunday, April 1st
Sunrise Service 8:00am
Easter Brunch* 9:00am
Easter Celebration Service 10:00am
(at RCC Church building in Crozet)

Please invite your friends and neighbors to come to any/all weekend events!
We are really going to celebrate!

*Please note that this is not a carry-in brunch! But if you would like to help you can call Carol Quesenberry @ 434-760-0009

LET’S CELEBRATE! This Sunday we celebrate the power of God over death! We meet to recognize that there is nothing that can overcome the Love of God! Jesus gave His life for us on the Cross. The Son of God gave His life away so that we can experience abundant life on the earth and eternal life in heaven!

The focus for this Resurrection Sunday is celebrating the power of the cross of Jesus. We know the story of Jesus crucifixion on a cross two thousand years ago. We know that Jesus; the sinless Lamb of God, sacrificed his life for our salvation.We know that his excruciating death bought our salvation. But is that what the cross was all about or was there more?

The cross of Jesus is the centerpiece of the universe! The cross is offensive if we consider it as a ending to the story of the Hero and Author of our faith. The cross is mysterious. Why does the death of Jesus produce life in us and why do we celebrate the cross when we partake of communion? This coming Sunday we will explore the power and the comprehensive transforming effect of the cross of Jesus on the history of humanity! We will discover how everything that we do in a presence-based community is dependent on the cross of Jesus! We will discover the incredible importance of this verse: “… He humbled himself by becoming obedient to death— even death on a cross! Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and that every tongue should confess that Jesus is Lord to the glory of God the Father.”

Following this Sunday we will continue our Presence-Based Community Series to focus on “Equipping the Saints.” God is enabling His church to live supernaturally. Jesus told His disciples,” Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.” (Mat 10:8) Does this command of Jesus apply to us today?

I wanted to give a short report about Ellen Wyant. For those of you who don’t know. Ellen, Henry Wyant’s wife has been suffering for years with a debilitating form of chronic Lymes disease. When Henry was hospitalized last fall, Ellen was taken from his home and placed in the care of Ellen’s oldest son. On Wednesday, Henry and I spent the day in mediation with family lawyers. We found out that the doctor has given Ellen has between 2 to 6 months to live! Please be in prayer for Henry! He is dealing with this prognosis PLUS the lawyers have said that he must meet a number of specific requirements to bring Ellen home. One of these requirements is that he must have someone visit his home both morning and afternoon 7 days a week! In order to meet this requirement we will also be circulating a sign-up sheet! Please consider signing up to visit Henry and Ellen so that Ellen can come home soon!

Hearing God’s Voice Class will start Thursday, April 12th! This class is one of the best courses on how to hear the voice of God! If you want to clearly hear God speaking to you personally – THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU! This class personally changed my life because it is not just learning ABOUT how to hear God, but it is actually practicing hearing and seeing in the Spirit. It is also the first class that was not “spooky” or difficult! Sign-up for the class today using the sign-up sheet in the entryway!

Remember that the church is open EVERY THURSDAY from 8am- 5pm for worship and prayer. As we discussed “abiding” (worship, meditation and prayer) is one of the vital aspects of a presence-based community! It is our goal as a church to have individuals or groups gathering at the church 24/7, 365 days a year! This building a set apart as a place to encounter and commune with God!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry

Palm Sunday – Building the Kingdom of God

Dear Church Family and Friends,

Next Sunday is Easter Sunday! Let’s celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus! We will be doing something new this year!

Our schedule for next weekend will be:

Friday, March 30th
Good Friday Service- 7:00pm
(@ C-ville House of Prayer, 115 10th St. N.W. Charlottesville)

Sunday, April 1st
  Sunrise Service- 8:00am
     Easter Brunch*- 9:00am
     Easter Celebration Service- 10:00am
(at RCC Church building in Crozet)

Our sister church (the Dwelling Place) will be joining with us for Easter Sunday morning events!

Please invite your friends and neighbors to come to any/all weekend events!
We are really going to celebrate!

*Please note that this is not a carry-in brunch! But if you would like to help you can call Carol Quesenberry @ 434-760-0009

This Sunday is Palm Sunday! On Palm Sunday we remember and celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Jesus rode into Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover with His disciples. People lined the streets and cried out, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” “Hosanna in the highest heaven!” and laid down their garments and palm branches on the road before Him, as they would have to honor the entry of a king! But in less than a week this same people would be shouting, “Crucify Him, Crucify Him!” Jesus rode into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey rather than a horse, symbolizing a servant leader rather than a conquering king. We are celebrating the love and humility of a king that loved us and came to serve us and lay down His life for us! He is worthy of worship!

This Sunday we will once again seek the presence of God in worship and waiting on Him. This is the main event every Sunday. We know that worship and prayer was the primary activity of the early church is still is the primary condition for revival! What a privilege to be able to worship, wait and corporately commune with the Spirit of the living God!

For our focus on the Word time we will be exploring how God intends to build His kingdom on the earth through us! Jesus told his disciples: “I confer on you a kingdom, just as the Father has conferred one on me.” Luke 22:29 Jesus taught about the Kingdom of God more that any other subject! Nearly all of His parables began, “The kingdom of God is like…” So what is the kingdom of God and why did Jesus spend so much time talking about it? Was He talking about heaven? What does the kingdom of God on the earth look like? We will explore these questions on Sunday!

Hearing God’s Voice Class will start Thursday, April 12th! This class is one of the best courses on how to hear the voice of God! If you want to clearly hear God speaking to you personally – THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU! This class personally changed my life because it is not just learning ABOUT how to hear God, but it is actually practicing hearing and seeing in the Spirit. It is also the first class that was not “spooky” or difficult! Sign-up for the class today using the sign-up sheet in the entryway!

Remember that the church is open EVERY THURSDAY from 8am- 5pm for worship and prayer. As we discussed “abiding” (worship, meditation and prayer) is one of the vital aspects of a presence-based community! It is our goal as a church to have individuals or groups gathering at the church 24/7, 365 days a year! This building a set apart as a place to encounter and commune with God!

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jon Quesenberry