405 Ridge Ave. | Sundays @ 9:30am & 11:15am

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Services

Sunday

Traditional Liturgy @ 9:30 AM (in Sanctuary)
Revolution Service @11:15 AM (in Fellowship Hall)

Monday

Youth Group @ 7:30 PM (Please contact for location)

Tuesday

Children’s Church @ 6:30 PM (in Fellowship Hall)
Evening Prayer @ 7:00 PM (in Fellowship Hall)

About Us

Our purpose is to glorify and to enjoy God by serving our community and spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. Our primary outreach is to at-risk children and youth of our community. We also maintain the regularly updated Facebook group “The Revolution Church.”

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Our Purpose Statement

Our Purpose is to glorify and to enjoy God by serving our community and spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ.

We do this by:

  • Meeting regularly for worship and praise
  • Submitting to the will of God as understood through the Holy Scriptures and by the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
  • Meeting the needs of the entire body of Christ through fellowship, sharing and community
  • Helping believers and non-believers grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
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Our contemporary concerns about systemic injustice are not new. Not only is God concerned with transforming one's heart, but in transforming the structures that create oppression. Sometimes (all the time) the systems we create prevent even good people from doing what is right.

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It is likely that, for every broken relationship in your life, you blame the other person. It is also possible that you are waiting for that other person to apologize to you: after all, you have been wronged. You are likely wrong: the other person probably has as much reason to be upset with you; or, the other person may not even be aware that they have hurt you.

Nevertheless, in Jesus' teaching about restoring relationships, the one who has been wronged is the one who is given the responsibility to restore the relationship. Therefore, if you believe that you have been wronged by someone else, you have a job to do: restore that broken relationship.

Life is too short. Stop waiting for someone to come to you and apologize. After all, it is God who came to us, "while we were yet sinners."

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