Our ministries center around the biblical priorities of teaching and instruction, discipleship, fellowship, and prayer. We labor to see each member become complete in Christ, as we equip the saints for the work of ministry (Col. 1:28; Eph. 4:11)
On various nights groups meet twice per month around Albany, Lebanon and Corvallis to study the Scriptures, pray together, and practice the biblical one-anothers. These are key opportunities for discipleship, accountability, and ministry.
Paul instructed Timothy to entrust ministry to faithful men who could teach others because he understood the importance of godly male leadership in the church. All men are invited as we open the Scriptures and discuss the truth. Current study is “Shepherding in the Home.”
Once per month the women gather at a home in Albany to study and apply the Scriptures to life. The time includes a biblical message, prayer and fellowship with one another. Teri Hamilton is currently teaching through Ephesians.
Discipleship & Counseling
Throughout the New Testament, there is a ministry model of mature saints equipping other believers by teaching them how to apply truth to the specific issues of life. We believe the Scriptures are sufficient for addressing all things pertaining to life and godliness.