Let's Reconnect

All former members, frequent visitors, and friends are invited to share in the 100-year centennial celebration of our church. Historic exhibits are on display, fabulous fellowships are being planned, and dynamic services will be held. Our desire is to glorify God in the celebration. Our worship will be greatly enriched by your participation. Please join us! Click or tap the "I Want to Reconnect" button below to get in touch with us.

When you let us know how to contact you, we'll send you all the details about the celebration and how YOU can participate! We promise not to share your contact information. It's our Centennial. Let's Reconnect!

Virtual Centennial Committee Planning Meetings

Every 3rd Saturday Monthly 
10:00 AM, ET

Sheron R. Blackwell

Centennial Committee Chairwoman

Centennial Walking Challenge

We kicked off the Centennial Walking Challenge on November 15, 2020 as a fun and safe event to heighten awareness about the importance of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.

Walk 100 miles per month, individually or as a team for one year, November 2020 to November 2021. Click or tap photo to report miles.
We plan to be of service to an unprecedented number of  needy individuals and families. Please help us by making a donation today.
We plan to be vigilant about increasing our membership and faithful to recognize successful growth. You can help. Volunteer today!
We plan to connect more with community to create a lasting and visible legacy and bestow deserved recognition.  Contact us to learn how.

In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations, as well as cash donations, can help our operation and services. We recognize that many times individuals and businesses are more prepared to provide in-kind support than cash donations. In-kind support offers the flexibility of participation in our important mission and can help us provide major services, which equates to costs savings for our church.

In-kind support may include, but is not limited to the following:

  • Office furniture, office paper, durable medical supplies such as walkers and wheelchairs (in good condition), newspaper subscriptions, postage stamps, gift cards to area businesses like office supply stores, paper goods and party supplies for celebrations, batteries for motorized scooters, gas cards for volunteer drivers, bottled water, and packaged snacks.
  • Professional services and expertise such as advertising and marketing services, public relations services, printing, graphic arts and design, building and construction, and computer consultation.

The tax credit for in-kind gifts is governed by the same rules as for cash donations. You will receive a charitable donation receipt, which you must determine based on the fair market value of the property on the date of the gift. To discuss whether we can use your in-kind donation, contact the Senior Pastor's office at 410-233-8559.