Our church is active in the village of South Point and surrounding communities and we’d love to have you come and be a part of our annual activities, either as a participant or volunteer!





  • Super Football Sunday–an evening to watch the big game on the big screen in February, while enjoying munchies, games and fellowship.
  • Easter Egg Hunt–on Easter Sunday morning at 10:40 a.m., we invite the children of our community to join us to hunt Easter eggs.
  • Upward Soccer Season–begins in March.  More information in the “Children’s” section under our “Ministries” tab. We end the season with an Awards’ ceremony and picnic on the grounds, complete with inflatable bounce houses and special guests.IMG_1218
  • Vacation Bible School–this is a great way to minister to the children of our church and community for a designated week in the summer.
  • Annual Back-to-School Bash–every August, just before school starts, our church provides backpacks and school supplies for children in the community.
  • Sunday School Picnic–every Fall., we’ll be having a good time out on the grounds with a grill-out, cornhole tournament and inflatable bounce houses.  This event is also open to the community!
  • Football Feeding PicFeeding the South Point Athletes–every year, we set aside a day to feed our South Point guys and girls before their game! Contact the church office if you would like to be involved! 740-377-9843.
  • Trunk or Treat–on the county-designated trick or treat night, our church has a “Trunk or Treat” event that is open to South Point and surrounding communities!  We will have free food,_MG_3016  bonfire, Bible-themed trunks with plenty of candy and you will have the opportunity to get your picture taken in a fun photo booth!
  • Veterans’ Day Celebration–on the Sunday before Veterans’ Day, we honor those who are currently serving and have served in the Armed Forces with a special service.
  • Community Thanksgiving Service–every year on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving at 7 p.m., we join our community churches in a service focused on gratefulness. It is a time of worship and fellowship with other members of the Body of Christ. It always end with sharing a light meal together.
  • Christmas Eve Service–at 4 p.m. on December 24th.  We reflect on the birth of Jesus Christ in this 1 hour service, filled with music, Scripture and prayer.  This service ends with a special time of Communion.