Welcome to our website
Our website is designed to give an introduction to our Church and to our many opportunities for Worship, Service, and Fellowship. We hope that you will visit us in person so that we might welcome you to our services of worship and introduce you to the many activities of our church.

Yours in Christ,
Rev. Jay T. Weigel
Bible Verse for:
Monthly Bible Reading

December: Nehemiah

Chrismon Tree
Join us for Worship!
Each Sunday Morning: 11:00 AM.
Sunday School: 10:00 AM.

December 16:
Sermon title:
"Jesus the Mighty God"
Isaiah 9:1-2;6-7

What is Advent?
Advent Wreath

It is waiting to celebrate the birth of Jesus. It is a time when we get our heart ready for the birth of the baby who grew into a man and died for us so that we might live. We use this as a time to be thankful.


Join us for Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Monday, December 24,
6:00 PM
with Holy Communion.

The Christmas Story

Happenings at THIRD


Each Wednesdays: Share Life Bible Study at 10:30 am.
  • Dec 1 9:30 AM Decorating the campus for the Advent Season
  • Dec 2 11:00 AM First Sunday of Advent
  • Dec 3 6:00 PM Circle 2 Margaret’s Home
  • Dec 4 10:00 AM Circle 1
  • Dec 5 6:00 PM Future of the Church Prayer Meeting
  • Dec 9 11:00 AM Second Sunday of Advent
  • Dec 16 11:00 AM Third Sunday of Advent: “4 for the Poor” offering and Singing Men of Third
  • Dec 16 12:10 PM Covered Dish Luncheon, Christmas Dessert Bake-Off, Angel Tree Celebration
  • Dec 19 11:30 AM Luncheon for the Share Life Bible Study
  • Dec 23 11:00 AM Fourth Sunday of Advent
  • Dec 24 6:00 PM Christmas Eve Service and Holy Communion
Memories of meaningful Christmases
As we approach the holiday season, we're reflecting on what Advent and Christmas mean today. Is it about frenzied buying and wrapping, parties and food, gifts and Santa Claus, or is it about something more meaningful? What are your memories of meaningful Christmases? Tell us your stories on our Facebook page.
Angel Tree
ANGEL TREE is a ministry of Prison Fellowship where churches are asked to provide Christmas gifts to the children of prisoners. We have been given the names of 10 children from 5 families. We need volunteers to purchase gifts for these children. Their names and ages will be given to you. Angel Tree asks that all children receive at least 1 gift valued at at least $20. We would suggest giving 2 gifts per child and spending no more than $30/child. The church will provide Candy Bags and a Gospel Book for each child. The best part is meeting these children and their families and sharing their joy.
Christmas Poinsettia

Mission Statement: 'In Christ, Always Praising, Serving, Growing'

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