Welcome to Intermountain Evangelical Free Church
Seeking Jesus’ Redemption, Grace, Love and Truth...
Seeking the Holy Spirit’s help with redeemed, unashamed, unafraid, biblical lifestyles...
Creating a place of safety, honesty, and excellence before God Almighty...
"They committed themselves to the teaching of the apostles and the fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and prayer." Acts 2:42
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Every Sunday at 10:00 AM
Kids going into 1st through 6th grade are welcome to join us for two days of fun, water slides, food and learning about the bible. This year our theme is "Splashdown Oasis”. This event is always free!
Things you need to know:
1. Drop off your kids in the main church building at 10:00 am.
2. Pick up your kids in the main church building at 2:00 pm.
3. Shoes are not allowed on the slides, but kids can wear socks or soft water shoes.
4. Don’t forget a towel and sunscreen.
5. Please leave your water toys at home.
6. Please don’t bring anything valuable.
7. Lunch is provided.
8. Parents or guardians will have to fill out a permission slip and waiver of liability during check-in in order for kids to attend.
Today I had the honor of speaking at the Burney Food Co-op. For those who might not know, the Co-op is an awesome ministry sponsored by all of the churches in the intermountain area. They meet a few times a month and at each meeting different pastors in the area take turns leading the Bible study time. This week, I spoke from Luke 9: 23-35, the Transfiguration on top of the mountain...
By Pastor Thom McKee
Last Sunday we looked at a personal letter written by Paul to his protégé Timothy. Many scholars believe that these may have been Paul's last words to Timothy and that he may have died shortly thereafter. The book is called 2 Timothy, and it is part of what we call the pastoral epistles in the Bible...
We had a bit of a different Christmas program this year. This year we had several children read from the Christmas story from Luke and Matthew, and we had a Children's sermon from Pastor Thom. And of course we had the children singing Christmas carol's for the congregation. It's always a great time watching the children perform and to see the hard work pay off for those who read in front of the church. It is also a great time hearing them sing the classic Christmas songs for the church's enjoyment.
This past weekend was the Third Annual Christmas Cantata held at our church. The Cantata is put on every year by the Community Choir made up of members of multiple churches and other people in the community. Accompanying the adult choir this year was a children's choir and bell performance. It is always a pleasure to have the Cantata at our church and it's a joy to fill up our sanctuary with people from throughout the community.