Thank you for visiting our website! It is our prayer that you will be encouraged in faith, love and good works in our Savior Jesus Christ, by the ministry of SWPCA. We desire that Jesus Christ be exalted and proclaimed in every aspect of our church family.
Our desire is to equip one another as disciples of the Living Christ. Therefore, our worship services are led with an emphasis on the Word of God - read, preached, heard and studied. The youth and adult Sunday school programs aim to reinforce and deepen Biblical knowledge and sound doctrinal maturity, while fostering personal relationships and growth.
We hope to serve you and to be served by the gifts of grace that Christ gives to every member of His glorious body, the church. Blessings, in the Name of Christ.
Rev. David Wakeland, Pastor
Rev. Ken Thurman, Associate Pastor
Now available! Click here to listen to a live stream of the Sunday morning worship service, beginning at 11:00 AM CST.
HELP WITH OUR 100 BOX CHALLENGE!
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD page. Learn more, watch a video testimonial and donate through PayPal.
“One thing in the box I won’t forget was a picture of a girl and her letter: Heather Roberts from Enon, Ohio. We started writing letters and to this day, nearly 20 years later, we’re friends.”
–Nanor, Middle East
There is a donation drop box located under the table in the sanctuary entryway.
There are other ways you can help. If you enjoy crafting, handmade items are a great addition to a child's shoebox gift.
If you like to sew, knit, crochet or do other creative projects, please see Jessica Corley for more details about easy, inexpensive projects that will delight a child with fun and function!
You can also Donate to Southwest's Operation Christmas Child 100 Box Challenge using Paypal. In the Notes section mention Operation Christmas Child.
Photos courtesy of samaritanspurse.org
Now you can access the Clay Nichols Library catalogue online! Browse thousands of titles in paperback, ebook or audio format. Last updated: 7-2-2016.
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