A Whole New Life

Romans 6:4

Life takes on a whole new meaning when we surrender our hearts to Jesus Christ. Before encountering His unconditional love, many of us may have wandered aimlessly, seeking fulfillment in temporary pleasures and worldly pursuits. But as we embrace the truth of Romans 6:4 and experience baptism, we symbolically bury our old selves and rise to walk in newness of life.

Weekend Schedule


Good Friday Healing and Deliverance Service
Friday March 29th | 7pm


EPIC Big Jesus Weekend ( for middle and High School Students )
March 28th - 30th


Community Egg Hunt
Saturday March 30th | 11am - 1pm


Resurrection Sunday Service
Sunday March 31st | 9am

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Day by day, we witness the transformative power of Christ’s resurrection in our own lives. Chains of addiction, despair, and sin are shattered by His triumphant victory over death. In His grace and mercy, we find freedom from our past and a renewed sense of purpose for the future.

As Resurrection Weekend approaches, our hearts swell with gratitude for the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross. His death and resurrection hold profound significance for us, reminding us of the boundless love that compelled Him to lay down His life. Through His death, we find forgiveness and redemption; through His resurrection, we find hope and newness of life.


Gather with us on Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, as we rejoice in the victory won on the cross. Through songs of praise and communion, we proclaim the truth of Romans 6:4 – that through baptism into Christ’s death, we have been raised to live a new life.

Every day becomes a testament to the transformative power of Christ’s resurrection. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we live with purpose and passion, eager to share the good news of salvation with others. In Christ, we find not only forgiveness and redemption but also a renewed sense of identity and purpose that guides us each step of the way.

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