welcome

Christian & Missionary Alliance

Groton, South Dakota

Sunday Mornings Sunday School (all ages) 9:15am Worship Service:            10:45am Tuesdays @ 10:00am Ladies Bible Study         Wednesdays @ 7:00pm Children’s Program (0-6th Grade), Youth Group (7th-12th Grade), & Adult Bible Study Friday Mornings @ 6:30am Men’s Bible Study @ Dairy Queen
© 2016 Groton C&MA Church

Who We Are as a Church:

We are a people, not a building, (though we have a building that we regularly meet in). We are a group of people who love God and who love people. We read, study, and teach the word of God, because God speaks through it to lead people to put their hope in Jesus and to live for God now as the new people He has made them from the inside out. We don’t live for God solo. When a person trusts in Christ, God makes them a part of His family. As a church, we seek to know and to care for one another as family. As believers in Jesus, He has made us to live in community with each other, and Jesus commands us as believers “to love one another” just like He loves us (John 13:34-35; John 15:12). We can’t do this, except for the fact that “God has poured out His love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit whom He has given us” (Romans 5:5). This central, relational command is the key to our experiencing who God is and what He is like (1 John 4:12), to making disciples of Jesus among all nations and to helping those who don’t yet know and love Jesus to put their trust in Him, so they can be forgiven and walk with God now and forever (Matthew 28:18-20; John 17:20-23). This is who we are and what we aim to be about.

welcome

Christian & Missionary

Alliance

Groton, South Dakota

Sunday Mornings Sunday School (all ages) 9:15am Worship Service:            10:45am Tuesdays @ 10:00am Ladies Bible Study         Wednesdays @ 7:00pm Children’s Program (0-6th Grade), Youth Group (7th-12th Grade), & Adult Bible Study Friday Mornings @ 6:30am Men’s Bible Study @ Dairy Queen
© 2016 Groton C&MA Church

Who We Are as a Church:

We are a people, not a building, (though we have a building that we regularly meet in). We are a group of people who love God and who love people. We read, study, and teach the word of God, because God speaks through it to lead people to put their hope in Jesus and to live for God now as the new people He has made them from the inside out. We don’t live for God solo. When a person trusts in Christ, God makes them a part of His family. As a church, we seek to know and to care for one another as family. As believers in Jesus, He has made us to live in community with each other, and Jesus commands us as believers “to love one another” just like He loves us (John 13:34- 35; John 15:12). We can’t do this, except for the fact that “God has poured out His love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit whom He has given us” (Romans 5:5). This central, relational command is the key to our experiencing who God is and what He is like (1 John 4:12), to making disciples of Jesus among all nations and to helping those who don’t yet know and love Jesus to put their trust in Him, so they can be forgiven and walk with God now and forever (Matthew 28:18-20; John 17:20-23). This is who we are and what we aim to be about.