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Join us this Sunday for Bible Classes for all ages at 9:30am and stay for worship at 10:30am. We meet Sunday night at 5:30pm and Wednesdays at 6:30pm.

Location Details

10655 U.S. Highway 278 Hamilton, Alabama 35570

  • Sunday Bible Class @ 9:30am
    Sunday Worship @ 10:30am and 5:30pm
    Wednesday Bible Class @ 6:30 pm

  • (205) 412-6219

  • toddclippard​@gmail.com

Study With Us

Luke 21: The Widow’s Might, a.k.a., Who has despised the day of small things?

Haggai and Zechariah were contemporaries who were called into service after Israel’s return from captivity. The foundation of the temple had been laid, then the work was set aside as people pursued their own interests (Hag 1:4, 9). But as the people rebuilt the temple, those who had seen it in its former glory began to weep (Hag 2:3), as the new temple would never match the glory of the former. God told Haggai the glory of the new would…

Luke 20: The Wicked Vinedressers

Of all the parables of Jesus, this one is perhaps the most pointed. It doesn’t take a great deal of insight to identify the target, as the ones against whom Jesus spoke figured it out immediately (cf v 19)! The owner of the vineyard is the Lord, and the vineyard is the nation of Israel. His vineyard was planted when he chose Israel from among the nations to be His special people. As a vineyard must be planted and then…

Luke 19: Zacchaeus was a Giant

“Zacchaeus was a wee little man, and a wee little man was he.” So goes the children’s Bible class song. Though he may have been short in stature, he was a spiritual giant. How often have you heard it said, “It takes a big man to admit he’s wrong.”? Zacchaeus not only expressed his desire to follow Jesus, he was intent to go above and beyond any reasonable expectation to make amends for any past wrongdoing or transgressions. In Jewish…

Luke 18: Will He Find Faith on the Earth?

Luke 18 opens with the parable of the persistent widow. This is a beautiful and inspiring text for those who love and believe in God. One of the helpful things about the parable is that the purpose is given before the parable and an application at the conclusion. (Note that the parable of the Pharisee and publican in verses 9-14 does the same.) Jesus opens this parable with a character of utmost contempt—a man who had no fear of God…