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Welcome

 

Welcome to the Berea church of Christ. We hope you will be blessed by your visit with us. We believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God and that it is our sure guide in all aspects of life. It is our goal to worship as directed by God’s Word and to teach and obey the will of God as revealed in the Bible.

Our Plea

 

Let us speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the Bible is silent. Let us call Bible things by Bible names and do Bible things in Bible ways. Let’s live the ancient faith.

Bible Study

 

We have classes available for all ages, from cradle roll through adults. Read more for more information on classes currently available.

Services

 

Services are held at:


Sunday School: 10:00am

Sunday AM Worship: 11:00am

Sunday PM Worship: 6:00pm


Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 PM

Any additional services or events will be announced on our bulletin board and on our website.

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Daily Devotional
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DAILY DEVOTIONAL ✝️

Good Deeds -

Spikenard is a plant native to Asia and from which the ancients manufactured a rather aromatic ointment. Regarded as somewhat expensive by the standards of the day, it was with an alabaster box of this that a woman anointed the head of Jesus at the Fourteenth of Mark’s Gospel. Some considered such a use of costly ointment to have been a waste, claiming that the sale of it could have facilitated the care of the poor. The Savior, however, defended the woman with the reminder that her critics had every opportunity to care for the poor, adding that she had wrought a good work. Because she had done what she could do, her deed would be memorialized in the Gospel message. It is those that do what they can of good deeds, not those that criticize the doing of them, who receive the Lord’s favor.   ~Our Daily Bread

 

THOUGHT OF THE DAY:🤔 Those who fear the future are likely to fumble the present