And we proclaim the life-transforming Gospel in power and clarity.
We believe the God of the Bible. He is the one who created us, revealed himself to us, and reconciled us to himself through his son, Jesus. His sovereign grace granted us new life and freedom from the enslaving power and eternal penalty of sin. Now our only boast is Jesus, the Christ who was crucified in our behalf.
This website is designed to reflect our church accurately, and more importantly to honor Christ by bearing witness to his grace and truth. You can find more information about our church and our beliefs using the links below.
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Our Sunday worship service is simple and reverent as we gather to joyfully worship our Triune God. Our central focus is exalting Jesus Christ and edifying his people.
Our worship service starts at 10:00 am and lasts about 90 minutes. Each week after announcements we sing doctrinally rich songs to God and to one another, pray, read Scripture, give our offerings, and eagerly listen to the preaching of God’s Word.
Typically sermons are 45-50 minutes long. The content is not stories, jokes, or personal life illustrations from the pastor, but simply the Scripture itself. It is our conviction that as God’s Word is properly explained, his authority and power is unleashed in the lives of his people, resulting in spiritual transformation.
We meet at Santiam Place Event Hall (139 S Main Street, Lebanon, OR). We are purchasing a new location in Albany that we expect to move into in April of 2019.
Children are welcome during the corporate worship service, but if parents need to take small children out during the service, we have a room set aside for parents of little ones with a live sound feed.
From the Pastor
Fathers, passively ignoring sin in your child’s heart leads to future rebellion and the immediate comfort of shield… https://t.co/nxxnsgf9th
Your new privileged identity in Christ: See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called… https://t.co/OH1JnJpGcs
Perhaps you "know" good preaching when you hear it, but have a hard time articulating what makes for a faithful ser… https://t.co/7U7aH041qf