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About Castle Christian Church

We are an independent non-denominational Christian Church.

We believe that in Jesus, God became human, lived among people, taught his Kingdom, died and rose from the dead in order to reveal God to us and institute the Kingdom of God as a radical alternative to the kingdom of the world.

Our goal is to be a community of people who tell the story of Jesus Christ in our worship and our daily lives as a witness to and in anticipation of the final manifestation of the Kingdom after our resurrection! We also believe that knowing God through Jesus fulfills the need in our lives for authentic community in the church.

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Recent Sermons

"What is Jesus up to?" - Tom Salzer
Sunday, November 10 2019

"Faith" - Randy Smith
Scripture(s): Selected Verses
Sunday, November 3 2019

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Events and Announcements

Feed the Hungry!

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We've partnered with 'the Place' to provide a meal for in-need county residents.
Next Meal: February 5, 2020
Volunteers Needed. Sign Up this Sunday!

Music Requests

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If you have a special hymn/song you'd like for us to include in our worship service, please contact Michael Foster, Lorie Morris, or Jan Abernathy!


What's New

DON'T FORGET

November 02, 2019

Change your clocks BACK tonight before you go to bed. BACK......an extra hour of sleep....YAY!

Update on Alan Whigham

October 07, 2019

The heart cath. went well, but showed a 100% blockage in one small artery, a 60% blockage in another and 40% blockage in still others. The key word here is, "SMALL". The doctor explained that they are not going to stent or place a balloon in the 100% blocked artery as it is too "SMALL" for stents or balloons to be used. Concerning the remaining arteries, they won't stent or place balloons in those until they reach a 70% blockage.

We're guessing they are just going to watch him carefully. He may be able to come home tomorrow. The fur babies are missing them, but being well cared for. LOL

Debbie and Alan want to thank everyone for the prayers and ask that you not stop now.

From Debbie and Alan Whigham

October 06, 2019

Alan's heart cath is scheduled for 9 am tomorrow morning. If you can, take a minute at 9am and say a prayer for Alan, the doctors and staff and the test results.

Farewell Lunch

October 05, 2019


Our church will gather together following services on Sunday, October 13, 2019 to wish Bill and
Marcie well wishes as they start this new part of their journey together. Everyone is asked to bring your favorite dishes for one last meal together.
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