COVID-19 UPDATE (updated January 3, 2021)

Our Bible study periods remain via Zoom, but we are offering two options for our worship assembly. Both adhere to social distancing guidelines, but the 8:30 AM worship service is a bit shorter and observes a stricter protocol, with the mask on the whole time, whereas at 11 AM, the mask is only required entering and exiting the building. You can also share in our worship via YouTube Live or Facebook Live).

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Assembly Times

Lord's Day

Worship ..................... 8:30 - 9:15 am
(with STRICT measures for COVID)

Bible Study ..................... 9:45 - 10:30 am
(via ZOOM)

Worship .....................11:00 am - 12:00 pm
(with CAUTIOUS measures for COVID)

Wednesday Evening

Bible Study .....................7:00 pm
(via ZOOM)

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You can find us at 7750 Gadsden Highway in Trussville, AL. The following link leads to maps and directions to find us.

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Delaying or avoiding death is the quintessential hope of most, if not all, of mankind. Thus the hope of everlasting life has an appeal to all. While many seek to obtain some form of everlasting life, not all will find true life (John 17:3; 1 Cor. 15:19). The reason for this is that most are


There are few things in this world as spiritually empowering as a clean conscience. Conversely, there are few things as spiritually debilitating as a corrupt conscience. The apostle Paul strove, “to have a conscience without offense toward God and men” (Acts 24:16). Yet, Paul spoke of those


“One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.”

We’ve all heard statements like this. They demonstrate that we each value things differently. What you like, I may hate and vice versa. This ought to prepare us for the different responses we’ll get when we proclaim the gospel of Jesus. One


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Frequently Asked Questions

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