We are located directly across from the
Watertown International Airport.

Our Sunday service starts at 10 am and we would extend an invitation for you to come and worship with us. We are a bible believing local church with uplifting Christ centered worship and bible based preaching.
If you are visiting the North Country, stationed at Ft. Drum, or just looking for answers in a world full of questions we will make room for you.


17315 NYS Route 12F
PO Box 557
Dexter NY 13634
(315) 639-6760


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Eph. 2:4 "But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, 5 even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved),"

Nothing is more relevant to someone facing death, than the great love of God in Jesus! Seeing Jesus, God’s love expressed in human flesh, puts the rest of life in focus.

I’d much rather have peace within, and a hope that is larger than this life, much more than having the bump’s removed from my life path.
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Eph. 2:1 "And you He made alive, who were dead in trespasses and sins,"

The pic is of a common Judaean burial site in the first century, possibly like the one Jesus was buried in. Christianity is different from all other religions for a variety of reasons. One of the big ones is the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. The same Holy Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead brings God’s life inside of each person that comes to Him by faith. Paul’s words "you He made alive…" remind us that every person of New Testament Biblical faith has been made alive on the inside. Each person like a used tomb has had a dead person inside. Each born again believer, just like Jesus tomb, has had that dead person raised up to life, never to die again. Glory to God!
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Hey Everyone: We just got a date for John & Andrew Eastmond! They will be here on Friday, August 29th, at 7PM. Please add this to your calendar! See MoreSee Less

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The Apostle Paul expressing the radical transformation in his life through Jesus, the Messiah. The following is quoted from the NLT (2nd ed.)

Phil. 3:8 "Yes, everything else is worthless when compared with the infinite value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake I have discarded everything else, counting it all as garbage, so that I could gain Christ 9 and become one with him. I no longer count on my own righteousness through obeying the law; rather, I become righteous through faith in Christ. For God’s way of making us right with himself depends on faith."

The Jesus that he has met, and yielded himself to is worthy of absolute devotion. Paul is saying nothing else in life compares to Him, and that he’d give everything else up for Him. Paul has met the Light of the world, Who lights up his world. All his life accomplishments pale in comparison to Jesus. This is far more than a brilliant philosophy. In Jesus, Paul has received something so substantial that he’d gladly trade all of his accomplishments and worldly treasures to keep it.

Jesus Christ has become the focal point of his life, and now he is in wholehearted pursuit of God’s plan and purpose for the rest of his life. Jesus is worth the effort!
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What is Jesus worth to you? No one can answer that question for you. Who is He? Who is He to you? Our responses in life to Him indicate a great deal regarding who we really believe Jesus is.

In Philipp Lahmians 3:7 "But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ." This powerful statement is unfolded in the next few verses, and in them we find what motivates Paul’s view of the world, and his responses to it. His transition from Pharisee to Christian, is profound, and in these verses he summarizes his life transformation and the compelling life-focus Jesus Christ has become for him.

Paul is suggesting that a variety of things that had been important to him, are now no more than rubbish. A transformational encounter with Jesus ought to effect our values and our valuables. It is more than an adjustment of life philosophy, and goes to our hearts where our real treasures are identified. Paul’s statement lets the readers know that Jesus Christ has become the treasure of his heart.

Is Jesus the treasure of your heart today? How do you express that to Him? In this next week lets consider Phil 3:7-14, Paul’s expression of a Christ-centered life.
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