Kick the Tires!

Growing up with uncles in the automobile business I learned the many ways people referred to when looking for a new car. Not too many people literally kicked the tires. I would watch curious faces from the Showroom floor windows. What does the car look like on the inside? What kind of upholstery covered the seats? Power windows and door locks? Even if someone did not know much about engines it seemed everyone wanted to look under the hood.

Welcome to the New Snow Hill website.

Rather than put together another Shadetree version, we enlisted the┬áservices of Todd Hiestand and 343consulting. Todd has been developing church websites for almost twenty years. He has been a pastor. Todd worked in the non-profit world helping fundraise for mission efforts around the world. Todd is also Pastor Todd’s friend.

Would you kick the tires? Take a look around. Our new model attempts to be our online Front Door to those who would prefer to know something about Snow Hill before attending in person. We hope the information helps answer initial, simple questions. We also want this to be space where we could offer ways to interact and inquire about opportunities to serve our neighbors in the Tri-City area.

Online relationships have proven valuable to many. Some have met their wives or husbands online. Lifelong friendships have been initiated through an online medium. Those relationships proved instrumental in building real-time, in-person relationships. We hope you will consider taking our friendship offline – in person.

Should there be a question you do not find the answer to, fill out our Contact Form and we will be in touch as soon as we are able.

Again, thanks for stopping by. Kick the tires and tell us what you think!

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Sermons Snowhill

Jesus invites people into his life and his way. He takes what is and points to the new way of the Kingdom of God. Come see what this journey is all about!

One way to think about the mission of Jesus - He calls into question the way things are and points to the way things may be in the Kingdom of God.