Samaritan's Purse 2022: Our boxes went to Madagascar. For 2020 and 2021: we know some boxes went to El Salvador. 

Four people were baptized in the waters of Oak Creek on Sunday Aug. 25, 2019. God is glorified! 
The Sunday-school kids packed 2 boxes for the Samaritan's Purse (2018). And just like last year, they went to the Philippines. 
Twelve people were baptized on  Sunday Sept. 10, 2018. God is so good! 
Sunday-school news: Students that are of the age to be in the Youth Group (age 11 and up) will no longer attend the kids' church class during the service. We want them in the sanctuary service to be involved in worship with us.
Youth group--Kaleo: Meets Sunday morning for breakfast in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 am. and Wednesday evenings, 6:30 pm at the church for food and fellowship. Bring a friend! Check the front page for last minute updates.
Brother David Cota is our minister to the American Indian reservations. If you have the calling to be a pastor, please contact him. He'll put you right to work! The need is great. Canyon Trails Cowboy Church is Bro. Cota's biggest sponsor. If you would like to support his ministry, fill out a giving card at the church. Brother Cota's contact info:
PO Box 12984, Prescott, AZ  86304
If you would like to be involved with the children's ministry, contact Juanita or Nanette. We need teaching assistants or fill-in while teachers are on vacation. Thank you.
If you have not turned in your pledge for Bro. Cota, our missionary to the Arizona Native American Tribes, please put your pledge card in the offering box on the table in the back of the sanctuary. Thank you for helping in God's service.
The Sunday-school sent out 3 boxes for the Samaritan's Purse Christmas Box ministry (2016). We heard back: Two boxes went to the Philippines and one went to Peru!
House of Ruth: the annual fundraiser for this pregnancy crisis center has ended. You may donate to this fine cause any time through CTCC. We raised over $1000.00! Thank you.
Thank you for collecting loose change for the BGMC missionaries. We collected over $700.00!  Thank you for supporting mission work worldwide.
Remember to pray for Brother David Cota, our missionary to the  Hopi and Navajo Tribes.
Brother Cota's contact info:
PO box 12984, Prescott, AZ  86304

Brother Cota says there is a great need for pastors of churches on the Indian Reservations. Volunteer workers are needed at times to help with repair and maintenance of churches and buildings. If you are able to help, connect with Mr. Cota. Thank you.

July 20, 2014 was a Celebration Sunday! We celebrated becoming a sovereign church under the General Council of the Assemblies of God. Pastor Russ Weaver, the president of the Cowboy Church Fellowship of the Assemblies of God visited us this Sunday along with his lovely wife Anna.  We were installed into the Cowboy Church Fellowship of the Assemblies of God! Praise God for his blessings.

Baptism Sunday

What a blessed time we had this past Baptism Sunday.  18 people were baptized, from the ages of 6 to 86!  Praise the Lord!  They have all publicly declared they will follow Jesus with their whole heart...and we know the Lord will bless their lives with peace, joy, and abundant life!


The Lord has been so good to us this past year!  We have seen changed lives, restorations, healings, and so many blessings!


Remember, the Lord has asked us to plant the seeds, to water the seeds, and then He will cause those seeds to grow.  It's wonderful to see the fruit that He brings!


We love you all, and appreciate you!

Pastor Wayne and Jeanie

A brand new start

Welcome to our new website! This is a first for us, writing a blog! Who would've ever thought? We thought we'd use this page to kinda let everyone know what we're about, let you know some of our thoughts, and relate some praises and answers to prayer.

The Lord has been so good to us!  With each day we see His hand working miracles on our behalf!  Things that might seem ordinary, when looked at in hindsight, have really been miracles forming,  God working things out on our behalf, for His glory.

May we always look at ordinary days as miracles waiting to happen!