We're a thriving community of believers, old and young, who come together for the sole purpose of intentionally pursuing people who are far from God. While our approach may not be radical; our goal is for everyone to find a focused and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ our Lord.
The Bible is the Word of God, inspired and inherent
There is only one living and true God, revealing Himself to us as Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Man was created by God.
Saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.
Dennis practiced law for six years before being called to Cedar Pointe in 1996. As Pastor his desire is to develop members into missionaries. He teaches math and is head coach for Derby High School Tennis.
Life verse – Proverbs 3:5-6
We are searching for a Worship Leader or Minister of Music.
Are you being called to this, or do you know of someone?
Keil has served Cedar Pointe as youth minister for over ten years. He seeks to lead youth to develop authentic faith through Bible study, fellowship, and personal relationships. He also works with teens as a teacher and coach.
The best way to describe how our church works is the phrase "pastor led and congregationally affirmed." It is clear from the Bible that there is no external authority over the church except for the Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that churches have the responsibility to govern themselves. One of the ways a church governs itself is in the calling of its pastors. The Bible acknowledges that leaders are a gift to the church when they function as they ought. That means that they have responsibility to lead the church. This makes good sense in our day-to-day operations - we don't have time to vote congregationally on everything. The big decisions - calling of staff, purchasing or selling land, or other major initiatives - will typically involve a significant time of discussion in one of our congregational business meetings
"Worship is a lifestyle. Not driven by preference, but the presence of God." -Charles Billingsly
9221 E 31st St S
Wichita, KS 67210
Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship 10:45 am
A. Admit you have sinned and need forgiveness and cannot obtain forgiveness through your own merit. (Romans 3:23)
B. Believe Jesus can and will forgive your sin. He alone is the way to salvation. (Acts 4:12)
C. Commit your life to the lordship of Jesus Christ. Trust Him and Him alone for salvation. (Romans 10:9-10)
Dear Heavenly Father, I know I have sinned and need your forgiveness. I am sorry for my sin. I repent and turn to Jesus, acknowledging Him as Lord of my life. I confess I cannot save myself, and right now, I invite Jesus to take control of my life. Thank you for your grace and salvation. I pray in Jesus' name, Amen.