Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our amazing moms who volunteer or attend our church. We are so thankful for you and for the lives you pour into each and every day. We… Continue reading

Hospice Blessing Bags – Making a Big Impact

As a result of beginning this new opportunity to partner with Hospice and create Blessing Bags to give to hospice patients, the results and interest have been growing! Each blessing bag is provided… Continue reading

Pancake breakfast on Easter morning

Members of Messiah celebrated Easter with two services, a pancake breakfast and an Easter Egg hunt.  

Flood Bucket Relief

Back on October 23, we began our Be Rich campaign for 2016. Just a couple days prior, we received an unscheduled request…a BIG one – to store over 700, 20 pound, flood buckets… Continue reading

Cookies for First Responders

On Sunday, 9/11, we were proud to deliver homemade cookies, and flowers from our sanctuary, donated by Bruce and Cecilia in thanksgiving for first responders, to our local fire station across the street after… Continue reading

Making THE Difference

Reading the book of Proverbs in our 31-day challenge, I am reminded of the various, crucial principles we are called to live out as Christians and called to BE as a church. One… Continue reading

Congratulations Class of 2016

Congratulations to Owen Shields (son of Suzanne Sykes) who recently graduated from J.T. Hoggard High School. He graduated with Career Readiness in NHC Film and Naval Science IV. Owen intends on remaining in… Continue reading

New Leadership Team

On July 1, we transition our leadership team to our newly elected officers as voted in from the May congregational voter’s meeting. Here is the breakdown of our team for 2016-2017: President: Bruce… Continue reading

Patriotic Potluck

On May 21, in the Fellowship Hall, members of Messiah met to celebrate Armed Forced Day with a potluck and sing-along. Everyone enjoyed the varied dishes and singing patriotic songs. Thanks to all… Continue reading

Thank You from Pat Vukelich

Pat would like to let everyone who called her or sent a card while she was recovering from her surgery to know how much she appreciated their thoughtfulness.