Originally started under the Pastorate of Rev. Curtis Tillman (1959-1963), “Lord’s Acre Day”, or “Harvest Day” is always celebrated on the second Sunday of November each year. Members would pledge proceeds from one acre of their crop or one week’s pay above their regular tithes and offerings as a way to thank God for the
Every year on Palm Sunday, our children participate in the morning worship service with the waving of palm branches & shouts of “Hosanna” as they march in a procession around the sanctuary. Dressed in Biblical attire & sometimes even accompanied by a real donkey, the children bring to life the excitement & joy of that
Another way we include the children in our morning worship service is by offering Children’s Church to all kids ages 4 years old through 3rd grade. This ministry allows the kids to come worship and learn about God in a separate room during the time of our regular church sermon, and to do so on
In order to enhance our worship experience, Antioch offers state-of-art technology and sound for everyone to enjoy, whether it’s at our morning worship service, Vacation Binle School, Graduate Sunday, or other special events. At the heart of it all are our dedicated volunteers, who faithfully serve & give of their time each week to ensure
As a way of remembering and honoring Christ’s sacrifice for us, we celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month during our morning Worship Service. In the United Methodist Church, we welcome all believers to Christ’s table and therefore, you do not have to be a member of Antioch to participate in communion.
Children’s Sermon Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me…” Matthew 19:14, and nothing’s more precious than the sight of children gathered at His feet. Every Sunday, during our morning service, we invite the kids to come gather down front for a mini-sermon that helps them learn and understand about God. It’s always fun
“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness; come before His presence with singing.” Psalm 100:1-2 What better way to worship God and bless others than through songs and praise? Antioch’s choir provides a unique opportunity to do just that and is open to anyone, young or old,