First Simple Church is here to stop the insanity. Insanity is doing the same things the same way and expecting different results. I  see people go through life, expecting their situations or struggles to change, but doing nothing to change their approach to their circumstances.  Our ministry brings sanity to life’s challenges by showing how to use Christ to guide everyday decisions.  We make worship simple, the Gospel message clear, and place ministry in the hands of the people (Acts 2:42-47) in a very simple fashion:

  • Stir souls
  • Save the lost
  • Share in ministry
  • Serve in one accord
  • Worship and praise the Lord daily.

First Simple Church is not about gimmicks, the latest ministry craze, or diluted messages.  We provide exegetical messages and sound biblical teaching to reach our community while fulfilling the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20).

Simple Mission—deliver and teach a consistent Gospel message to a complex world.

Clear Vision—strengthen families and community with the love of Christ and accountability of the Word.

Christ-Centered Passion—reach the lost for Christ.  We focus on specific people groups and meet those groups in their setting.  We share the Gospel message with our community and seek those who need to know the Lord so we can change lives and further the Kingdom of God.  Example groups include military, motorcyclists, public service professionals, and families who may not find a traditional church setting comfortable.  Over the past few years, I have met the most amazing people trying to bring sanity to a complex and changing world.  The answer to insanity is simply Jesus Christ. My prayer is that everyone finds First Simple Church a place of comfort and answers, but more importantly, a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Why Simple? Simple exalts Christ, His Word, and His message. First Simple Church provides sound biblical messages and teaching. We are passionate about the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20).

 

 

 

Website visitors want to know about your church before they decide to step through your door. Here are some things to consider publishing on your About Us page.

  • Share basics like where you are (link to your Location page)
  • Tell who your Pastor is (link to his bio and your Staff page)
  • Explain your purpose (what’s important to your church) — mission, vision, values
  • Provide a brief history of your church
  • If you’re part of a denomination, say so here
  • Show a photo or two, inside or out
  • Link to related pages like Sunday ServicesWhat to Expect and What We Believe

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