We at 10 Towns desire to be a family for those who need family.
We want to know more than just your name. We desire to be an integral part of each others lives as we strive to be more like Jesus.
Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m.
Everybody has a story...a story of hurt! Many of us have heard the cliches and have tried to find peace and healing from those stories of hurt. We've tried to find peace and healing in careers, community activites, support groups, addictions, even at churches. BUT the pain is still there...maybe masked for a while...but still there.
Maybe you've resigned yourself that this is your lot in life and it will never change. It takes trust to start again or even to start for the first time. We follow friends, family, even God from-a-distance. We desire to be free and belong. We invite you to step out and see if 10 Towns is the place for you.
Our whole desire is to help you and others to find the freedom and belonging you so desperately need and desire.
Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...
Our Wednesday evening gatherings consist of discussion among the group concerning various Scripture and topics.
This is a time to share our life successes and struggles to encourage one another and to pray for each other.
We believe a church should be a community consisting of a family atmosphere that lives life together.
A church can do many things but at the core we are to encourage each other to love God, love others, and to become more like Jesus everyday.
We believe the Bible is God's infallible written Word. We get to know God and ourselves by learning what He has revealed about Himself in His Word.
Where should a Christian find themselves within the current culture with so many changing trends within the political, social, and religious worlds. People who identify as Jesus followers can be found in all the different groupings of each genre trend. Should Christians all be in one or the other, or is it ok to be dispersed among them?
God is not silent on these questions. The Israelites found themselves dealing with the same issues as God's children during the days of the minor prophets (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi).
During this sermon series we will spend one and sometimes two weeks looking at what God spoke concerning navigating the culture through these prophets of old. We will see how the prophets of old expressed Truths of God that never grow old.
Join us as we grow together in our knowledge and understanding of the things of God.