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Music, Prayer, Learning, & Fellowship

Time for worship is a vital part of services at The Way Assembly of God. We love to sing music that is true to the Word of God and is full of life, music that lifts Jesus high in praise.

Time for prayer is also an integral part of services.  We believe that prayer changes us, and we believe that when we allow God to minister through us to others, He brings healing, comfort, hope, and strength.

Time to learn from the Word of God is central to each service.  Every message brought by Pastor Terry will be centered in the Word of God and will lift Jesus high.

Fellowship is encouraged and open. There is coffee and snacks before each service, and summer BBQ’s and times to get together and celebrate as God’s family. We welcome people just the way they are. There is no dress code. No assigned seating!

The Way’s mission is three fold:

“To prepare God’s people for works of ministry,” Ephesians 4:12. This is done through worship, teaching and prayer.

“To tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord,” Psalm 78:4. Children are a high priority and we are in the process of developing our children’s program.

“To go and make disciples of all people,” Matthew 28:19. This is accomplished through personal relationships and outreach to our community.

Our greatest desire is to be known as a church body that loves God and loves God’s people. If this is the kind of church you are looking for … please know you are welcome here.

Meet Pastor Terry Lema

Pastor Terry Lema is a licensed Assembly of God minister. She and her husband Bob have been married for 50 years, and have three children and three grandsons. Terry graduated from Trinity Life Bible College in Sacramento, California. In California, she served as Associate Pastor at the First Assembly of God Church in Loomis, and as Hospice Chaplain at the Roseville Home Health and Hospice. She has also been a speaker at numerous seminars and conferences throughout the west.

Pastor Terry also publishes a daily devotion —