Father's Day 2022

Jun 22, 2022

Children enrich our worship experience. During our worship service, children are invited to join Reverend Byrd at the front of the church for a “children’s sermon” and prayer. Adult worshippers often join in the prayer response that ends the children’s sermon. After the prayer, the children leave with an adult volunteer who leads them in age appropriate activities that nurture their faith. The children return to the worship service in time to join the congregation in Communion, the Offering, and the Benediction. On Father’s Day Sunday, the children distributed “ties” they had made over the past few weeks as one of their age appropriate activities. Pictured here are Lauren Davis giving her father a tie and Levi Garett distributing ties to the Dads in the service. We are thankful for Dickie Knott, who is the Youth Chair, the volunteers who help her, and the children.

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First Christian Voices
Gary Williams

Gary Williams

Attending worship service on Sunday morning gets my week started out great and with a purpose. I take great joy in service to the members of my church being a deacon. It is an honor to partake of the Lord's Supper.The format of the worship service is similar to the way it was when I was a boy growing up in this church. My parents were faithful members here and I can touch their memories each Sunday. Sometime certain hymns bring back wonderful memories of my parents, Red & Jeane Williams. I also enjoy and take comfort from fellowship with my church family and friends. We are so fortunate to have Rev. Jordan Byrd. He brings insight and clarity to the scriptures in a unique way. I always gain knowledge from his messages and also practicable ways to apply God's Word into everyday life experiences.