“Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.”


Life is full of difficulty, and most people eventually experience times of financial hardship. Food is also essential to life! Our members understand this because we’ve been there ourselves, and that’s why we want to help! 

If you are going through a time of need, we invite you to come and let us help you. Our food pantry has a few simple guidelines in place in order to limit the abuse of some so that we can help those who truly need it:

1. We ask to photocopy your drivers license or a state I.D.

2. Families are given 2 bags of groceries (as long as food is available).

3. Before receiving additional grocery help individuals are asked to attend our services because we want to meet more than just your physical needs!

Jesus said that there is so much more to life than just what we put into and onto our bodies. We want to help you with both your material and spiritual needs at the same time!

After all, Jesus also said that it is tragic if you acquire everything you ever wanted and yet never have your soul reconciled to Him and your sins forgiven. 

Biblical Counseling

We are here to help you navigate life successfully so that you can glorify God and develop a deeper relationship with Him. The principles in the Bible are timeless and are therefore able to address the current needs in every culture and every generation.

Our Pastor endeavors to provide regular counsel through systematic preaching. This why it is essential for Christians to faithfully place themselves under the balanced preaching. However, we recognize that as sinful beings we can become blinded to problems in our own lives and from time to time need help in a particular area of our lives. This is where periods of counseling can be helpful.

We are happy to provide counseling for those who demonstrate their desire for change by:

1. Completing assigned homework after each session

2. Attending services regularly.