Thank you for visiting our website!
Here you will find information about our local church and its ministries. Our family welcomes you with love and kindness and want you to come just as you are. We dress very casual and hope you feel comfortable and at home.
We are unique in that not only is our family made up of local residents, but we have an extended winter family and vacationers who join us throughout the year. What a great opportunity for the Lord to use us to encourage and strenghthen fellow believers traveling from great distances. Please join us in worship!
If you have questions, need to speak with a minister, or just want more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Pasto Bo invites the men to join him on Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm for a Bible study on the role of men. He has always had a passion to equip men to lead in their marriage, families and in the church.
Karen Gamble invites you to attend a new Bible Study entitled, "The Magnificent Obsession" (Embracing the God-Filled Life) written by Anne Graham Lotz beginning Wed. Sept. 10 at 5:45pm. The study is 7 sessions accompanied by videos leading you through a series of questions enabling you not only to discover for yourself the eternal truths revealed by God in the Bible, but also to hear God speaking personally to you through His Word. Please join us!
This will be our 4th year hosting a football breakfast for Gulf Shores High School football players, coaches and cheerleaders. This is a great opportunity to share Christ. We need volunteers and if you would like to be a part - please call the church office at 968-7057.
Will update soon to let you know where they are registered.
Even though we are not meeting in the church building on Sunday evenings - an opportunity for worship and Bible study is still available in a home group setting which can meet any day of the week. If you are interested in hosting a home group or facilitating one - please contact Pasto Bo at 979-4458.
Jeff Sutherland (one of our Deacon's) is collecting study Bibles for the men at the Waterfront Rescue Mission in Fort Walton where he works as a Chaplain. You may bring them to the church office. Thanks.
Bring new shoes or slightly worn shoes and drop off in bin located in church foyer. This shoe drive will continue until Shrimp Fest in Oct.