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May 24, 2022

Reach up, reach out, reach in

Ferris Hill Baptist Church got it’s start as a church plant, and decades later they are making their name as a leader in the community.

Pastor Zach Johnson leads the church and the multitude of ministries that aim to reach out to the local area.

May 17, 2022

Support local and distant missions at The Shoppe

A store in Milton’s historical district funds charities here in Santa Rosa County and abroad. The Shoppe, a ministry from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, has served the area for almost 10 years.

The Shoppe is completely volunteer-run. Ann Odom heads up the project, but other volunteers, such as Jim Johnson and Dee Bryan, help her run the day-to-day operations.

May 10, 2022

Exalt the Lord on the National Day of Prayer

The theme for this year’s National Day of Prayer was “Exalt the Lord who has established us.” National organizers took the theme from Colossians 2:6-7 and used it for the event on May 5.

According to the National Day of Prayer website, the first Thursday in May has been set aside for communities to come together and pray for the nation.

May 3, 2022

Two churches merging together

Two Pace churches are becoming one.

In fact, New Harvest Fellowship Church and Riverwalk Church began holding services together in February, though they will officially merge on June 26, becoming Together Church.

Apr 27, 2022

Mental health hope in Chumuckla

A mental health program reaches out to those in the Chumuckla community.

Fresh Hope, a nationwide program, has a chapter at Living Truth Church, and the facilitators’ goal is to help people and reduce the stigma around mental health.

Apr 18, 2022

Milton church pours back into the community

Refuge Church is focused on God and reaching back out to the community.

The pastors of Refuge, Matt and Stephanie Gaines first felt the call to start the church several years ago. In August of 2020, they opened.

Apr 12, 2022

How Easter killed my faith in atheism

By Lee Strobel

It was the worst news I could get as an atheist: my agnostic wife had decided to become a Christian. Two words shot through my mind. The first was an expletive; the second was “divorce.”

Apr 6, 2022

Churches unite to help others this Easter season

Easter week in Milton will be full of community outreach from One Love. One Love is a program that has been doing outreach for about 10 years. This year, 16 churches are partnering together to offer hope to Santa Rosa County.

Mar 30, 2022

Local churches work together to help families

Santa Rosa and Escambia County churches are partnering together to help families in need. Care Portal is a nationwide program that seeks to help children and families through meeting their needs.

Feb 25, 2022

My Father’s Arrows seeks funds for land purchase

About 20 miles north of town there is an idyllic home where race, age, gender, and ability know no boundaries. My Father’s Arrows is a distinctly Christian children’s home for hurting children who have been abandoned by everyone else. It takes only 30 seconds on the inside to feel the love, warmth, and acceptance that the children there radiate.

  • Physical Address: 5842 Commerce Road, Milton, FL 32583

    Mailing Address: 6223 Hwy. 90, #122 Milton, FL 32570

  • Monday - Friday
    8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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