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Our Church Needs You Now More Than Ever!

Our Church Needs You Now More Than Ever!

Our church stands at a pivotal moment. The needs of our community and world are greater than ever, and we have the opportunity to make a real difference. For generations, Homeland Park Baptist Church has weathered change and persevered, guided by God's hand. This legacy is precious, but today demands action. We can't simply wait for someone else to step up. The time is now for each of us to answer the call. Our leadership team is charting an exciting course for the future, ensuring our mission continues for generations to come. But we need you!

No matter your skills or experience, your contribution matters. We have diverse opportunities, big and small, where you can use your unique talents to serve God and make a tangible impact. Whether it's helping families in need, supporting outreach programs, or simply welcoming newcomers, your involvement matters. Together, let's step into this new chapter with faith and dedication. Let's pray, asking God, "How can you use me in your church?" Remember, following Jesus demands action, not just attendance. This is our moment to take up our crosses and follow Him, united in purpose.

Join us! Answer the call and be a part of something bigger than yourself. Together, we can build a vibrant future for Homeland Park Baptist Church, guided by God's grace and love.  (Matthew 16:24) “Then Jesus said to his disciples, “If any of you wants to be my follower, you must give up your own way, take up your cross, and follow me.”

Looking Forward,

Pastor James

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