Some of the first questions people ask when they come to the church is, “Where do I fit?” or “How do I get connected?”. Our answer… LIFE GROUPS! Life Groups are small groups of people who meet regularly to grow in relationship with Jesus and with each other. We don’t want people to feel lost … Continue reading Life Groups
At Plattsville Church, we believe prayer makes a difference. If you are in need of prayer, we would love to pray with and for you. Fill out this form or give the church office a call at 519-684-7416. Note: Any prayer request you share with Plattsville Church will remain confidential and will only be shared with … Continue reading Prayer Requests
Subscribe to our congregational email Some of the first questions people ask when they come to the church is, “Where do I fit?” or “How do I get connected?”. Our answer… LIFE GROUPS! Life Groups are small groups of people who meet regularly to grow in relationship with Jesus and with each other. We don’t … Continue reading Connect
AS A PARENT, YOU MATTER Did you know that you, as a parent, are the single greatest influence on a child’s life? That’s why we don’t just value kids, we value you. That’s also why we want to partner with you as a parent to help you have the best influence possible on your child. … Continue reading Family Ministries
Join us throughout 2019 as we press in for God’s breakthrough in our lives. While most of our sermon series happen on sequential Sundays, this sermon series is spread out through 2019 as a time set aside for communion, prayer, and seeking God for what he wants to do in our lives.
In a February 2000 Barna Research Group poll, 75% of Christians identified the phrase, “God helps those who help themselves” as coming from the Bible. Yet, this phrase is not found in the Bible and actually represents a very dangerous twist on the gospel message. Our temptation is to take our destiny into our own hands, to try and solve God’s problems for him. But in doing so, we are actually removing him as our Saviour. Join Pastor Tim as he looks at the story of Abraham and Sarai, as they took the promises of God into their own hands and tried to make it happen for themselves.
This past Sunday was the first Sunday of the Lent season, which is a time of confession and preparation for Easter. But because of our familiarity with our own legal system, I think many of us misunderstand to point and power of confession. So join me as we look at Psalm 51 and unpack what it means to truly confess and repent.
In John 6, Jesus feeds the crowd of 5000 with a little boys lunch of five loaves of bread and two fish. Though it seemed so insignificant and insufficient, God used it in a miraculous way to feed the people. God wants to use you too. Even if you don’t think you have anything to offer, God wants to work through you to accomplish miraculous things. Join Pastor Tim for this short reflection from our special family service this past weekend.