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At People’s Fellowship, we love people – all people. Our goal is to be hope for the hopeless, healing for the hurting, and salvation through Jesus Christ to those who are lost. We offer a true blend of music, traditional and contemporary; solid Bible-based preaching, and a time of prayer over needs to all who desire it during each service. Although we are an Assemblies of God church, our church family has a variety of backgrounds. We offer a friendly, welcoming atmosphere when you first walk in, and continue until you leave.

Sunday School:  9:30-10:20am (classes for ALL ages) 
Sunday morning worship:  10:30 – 12:00. (also live streamed via Facebook Live). 
Nursery Provided
Children’s Ministry – Children’s Pastor, Kacia Harmon, leads the children 5 – 12 following the music each Sunday morning.
Thursday Prayer – 11:00 am: We meet at the church for a time of worship and prayer.  Anyone is welcome.  Prayer Pastor Janet Shearer is currently live streaming on Tuesday. Janet shares a short devotional and takes needs to prayer. You may send in prayer needs through the live stream. 
Wednesday Midweek (below)- 6:30 pm:
We start every Wednesday service with a time of praise and worship followed by a time of prayer before breaking off into our separate classes.
Bible StudySenior Pastor Rick Smith and Associate Pastor Chuck Kreutzer are currently sharing duties leading.
Youth Service -Chris and Kandice Seyffert are leading our 13-19 age group for a study in the word, as well as fun activities.
Children’s Ministry – Kacia Harmon along with other helpers, lead the children ages 4-12 have their own special class on Wednesday.  They have a lesson time with crafts and then enjoy playing games and a snack.  
Overcomers:  We offer a special class for individuals looking for some group counseling. Sis. Vickie Smith leads this class.  It is open for those needing help with addiction, marital problems, anger issues, and much more.  This is a great class for those seeking some help to Overcome some of Life’s problems. 

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