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It’s OK Not To Be OK

That’s what we believe at People’s Church. Life may be going great for you, or you may have hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Either way, you can come just like you are. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey you are welcome!

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Dealing with Depression

You don’t have to pretend everything’s fine. In this new sermon series, we’ll be dealing with depression and how you can win from the inside out. Don’t miss a single week. Series begins Sunday, September 12.

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Baptism Sunday, September 19

If you have decided to follow Christ, the next step is to show the world and go public with your faith by being baptized in water. Fill out the short form at the link below to sign up for Baptism. We will see you September 19!

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Find the right group for you

We all need the right relationships to grow. Click below to learn more about leading or joining a small group or to find the right group for you!

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REAL ISSUES. TRUE HEALING.

Join Pastor Herbert Cooper for a 6 week small group series as he invites your group on a journey towards healing. You’ll also learn some powerful and practical biblical truths to deal with church hurt and how you can find freedom and true healing with a group of believers as you grow in relationship and do life together.

Church Hurt Small Group Series

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Vision 2020/2021 Commitment

People’s Church is all about seeing lives changed. Your giving helps support numerous ministries and outreaches including local, national, and international missions.

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How Did I Become Depressed? | Herbert Cooper

How Did I Become Depressed? | Herbert Cooper