From the Pastor's Desk:

Twenty years ago on September 11, 2001, our country suffered its worst attack by cowardly terrorists. Nearly 3000 people were instantly murdered, and another 6000 were wounded. Since then, hundreds have died from illnesses related to breathing in soot, ash, and harmful vapors related to the destruction. "9/11" will forever be remembered.
When disaster strikes, what is one to do? After "9/11" people flocked to churches, filling them to full capacity. Others joined in small groups. Communities came together. All of this was done for one purpose ... prayer. People all over this country united together in prayer. Logically speaking, what else could we do? Not everyone is trained to fight. Not everyone can fight. But everyone can pray. When disaster strikes we need to be people of prayer. And when we pray, we need to be sure to focus on God. That focus should be on God's availability ... He is always there. We need to focus on God's consistency ... He always takes care of His children. We need to focus on God's glory ... He and His glory are all around us. When we pray we need to also focus on God's eternity ... the only things that matter are eternal things. We need to focus on God's authority ... no matter what disasters may come, God's sovereignty is in control. And lastly, when we pray, we need to focus on God's sufficiency ... His grace is sufficient for anything we may have to endure.
May we truly be a people focused on prayer when the next disaster comes ... when in our life or in the life of our country.
May God continue to bless the United States of America.

Pastor Randy




Thank you for visiting our website. We are a Southern Baptist Church that has been in our community for over 60 years. A lot has changed in our society during that time, but one thing that has not changed at Grace is the consistent, vibrant, down-to-earth preaching and teaching of the Bible, God's holy, infallible Word. Thank you again for visiting us. May God bless and keep you in His care as you live your life for Him. 

 Randall Forsythe,  Pastor


Service Times

Sunday School       9:30 am

Sunday Morning   10:30 am 

Wednesday Eve      6:00 pm