From the Pastor's Desk:

Doctors tell us that the human body cannot sustain itself without water. In fact, a person can go about 7-10 days without water before vital organs like the kidneys and the brain begin to "shut down" and begin to die. Without water, eventually our physical body dies.
In Scripture, Jesus often referred to Himself as "The Living Water." He said, "Whosoever shall drink of the living water He provides shall never thirst again." Jesus then offered these words, "If any man thirst let him come unto Me and drink. He that believeth on Me, as the Scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water."
I believe we are living in a time when people ... even God's people ... are experiencing a "famine" of God's Word. Preachers and churches are not preaching The Word. Christians are not wanting to be preached to, nor are they wanting to hear the preaching of the Word. This has created a "famine" and a  "thirst" among Christians. And just like our physical bodies are in need of water ... our spiritual bodies are in need of the "living water," Jesus. Without a daily drink of Jesus we being to die spiritually. Going too long without a "drink of Jesus" will actually cause our relationship with God to shut down.
Now more than ever, we need to curb the "famine" of the Word of God, by "drinking in Jesus" ... several times a day. To do otherwise will lead to our spiritual death.

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