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 Donation Station  •  February

We are collecting decorated paper hearts to hang in the front windows of our building. These hearts will be our valentines to the people passing by on Main Street.

 

Here's what to do:

- Pick up a paper heart at church.

- Decorate it and share a message of hope, love or encouragement.

- Bring your decorated heart back to church and it will be displayed in our windows for Valentine's Day.

 

What message would God have you share with someone?


Weekly Prayer time at MSC - Fridays  •  12 - 1pm


Gingerbread Village


Go Here for a full LIST of the 2015 winners, including this year's Peoples' Choice winner - The Bearded Ladies!



Alone on Valentine's Day?

Join us for a free Valentine's Day Luncheon! 

Sunday, February 14th    12:00pm  •  MSC sanctuary


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Join us upstairs every Sunday at 9:30am as we delve deeply into the book of Hebrews!


 For kids ages 3 years - 5th grade

Wednesday nights beginning January 6th!


We are composed of people who through their faith in Jesus Christ have been graciously reunited with God. We are growing together, so we can increasingly experience what it means to be forgiven of sin, made right with God, and live by His Spirit. Three emphases are highlighted at Main Street Church in our desire to make our salvation a lived community experience:

We are Christ-Centered.

Our first priority and passion is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ. Our worship is genuine to the extent we love and obey Christ. Jesus is so much more than an end to human happiness. He is the hope of the whole earth. We believe we were created to love and worship him. Only in this pursuit is lasting human joy found.


We are Cross-Generational.

We believe the church is the family of God. Families are composed of fathers & mothers, sons & daughters, as well as brothers & sisters. Interacting and loving across the generations cultivates peace, maturity, and strength in the family of God.


We are Community-Involved.

We believe Jesus is the hope of the whole world. We express our hope by living in such a way neighbors and friends see Jesus in us. As joyful servants in the community, we endeavor to communicate to our neighbors how much Jesus loves them.


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