Due to the amount of snowfall last night I believe it will be best to cancel our Wednesday evening service this week. Please continue to pray for our upcoming Sunday services with Bro. Dewayne Lawson and come expecting to receive something from the Lord. I look forward to seeing you then, if the Lord is willing.
May God richly bless you,
~ Bro. Nathan Bryant
Brother Dewayne Lawson will be preaching our Sunday morning and Sunday evening services March 25th, 2018.
Sunday morning – 11AM
Sunday evening – 6:30PM
Wednesday, February 21st will be a ‘Humble Night‘ at Church Of The Open Door.
Brothers are invited to wear their outdoor work clothes and sisters are invited to wear something modest that they would wear to work in the garden, etc.
“And I said, ‘Now, Wednesday night is–is humble night here at the Tabernacle’. I said, ‘Now, all you brothers, wear your work clothes, your overalls. I’m going to preach in my overalls‘”. ~ Rev. William Marrion Branham (50-0200)
The parking lot and sidewalks have been cleared and we will be having our regularly scheduled service this evening.
Please use wisdom according to your specific situation and road conditions, but we look forward to seeing you at church, Lord willing.
“I was glad when they said unto me,
Let us go into the house of the Lord.” ~ Psalm 122:1
Sunday, December 24th
Sunday AM – 11AM
Sunday PM – NO SERVICE
Wednesday, December 27th – 7:30PM
* Youth Bible Study canceled for the month of December *
Sunday, December 31st
Sunday AM – 11AM
Sunday PM – 9PM-midnight (watch-night service)
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” ~ Isaiah 9:6
“…the world tries to make it an Xmas, you know, and… But God still’s got a Christmas in it somewhere, hasn’t He? He sure has. He’s got something about it, just the very names, and the thoughts of the birth of the Lord Jesus. Oh, the world’s put Santa Claus in His place, sure, but not to the Christian. It’s still a Christmas.” ~ Rev. William Marrion Branham (54-1219M)