Tannersville Church of Christ

1480 Freestone Valley Rd

Tannersville, Va. 24377

Minister: Brian Taylor (276)496-0102
Elder: Joe Holmes (276)496-5469

Sunday School 10 A.M.  Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Eve 6 P.M. Wed Eve 7 P.M

The Bible is our only guide. We accept the Bible as the full and final revelation of the will of God to man.

We follow the New Testament pattern and example to conduct ourselves that all might be led to a closer relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Minister Brian Taylor and wife Rebecca 

Elder Joe Holmes and wife Wanda

It's a brand new day! Lets receive a fresh fill up from His presence today and bless Him and others all day long. We were created to be blessed and to be a blessing. Much love!

Matthew 28:19-20  

Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.


Message from the Minister

Hello from Tannersville church of Christ and God bless each and everyone. Sin is a problem isn't it? Paul wrote to the Romans in Romans 6:21 and said... What fruit had ye then in those things whereof ye are now ashamed? for the end of those things is death.
Paul talks about "Those Things" those sins of our past, Paul says they were fruitless, shameful, and they end in death; Eternal death! It seems our country, our world, the Lord's Church are becoming less ashamed of sin, less fruitful for the Lord, and are dying a little more everyday. Mary, Lazarus' sister, came to Jesus in the book of Luke 7:36-48 and commenced to weep and washed His feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair. Mary was ashamed of her sinfulness and she mourned that she had lived a sinful life. She wanted to be rid of her sin so she came to the One, the only One who could forgive sin. Jesus said to her in Luke 7:48 "Thy sins are forgiven." Hallelujah! Let's endeavor not to turn a "blind eye" to our sin, meet it head on! Let us be sorry for "Those Things", Be ashamed of "Those Things" Turn from "Those Things," Let Christ forgive "Those Things."
Have a blessed week in the Lord!
Brian Taylor

Up and coming area 
   CoC  Revivals

Aug 22-24 

Tannersville CoC

Rick Mathena

 Immediate Prayer               Requests

Jean Beavers

Louis Hall, 

Cordia Lamie, ZaneAshley, 

Rita Hale,

 Kevin Wayne Martin, 

 Joyce Mitchell,  

Judy Bostic,

Bro Ron Musick,

 Rusty & Beverly Owens, and Johnathon.

and the lost

Weekly Bible Verse        

Hebrews 12:14 

Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord:.

                                     Communion Meditation


“Take, eat, this is my body, which is given for you.” We’ve heard these words many times. But did you know those words were commonly used in Jesus’ day as part of a wedding ceremony? Say what?

-The man in this ceremony was saying to the woman, “Eat this bread. It represents how I pledge my body and my life to you. My solemn promise to you is that I will protect you, defend you, and provide for you. I give my body to you.”

-The disciples, having heard these words at weddings many times, were no doubt puzzled when the Master used them with no bride or groom or wedding party in sight.

-They were not puzzled after Jesus left them, though. Just before He ascended in a cloud to heaven, He promised something else, with the words, “I am with you always. Even to the end of the world.”

-Jesus Christ is our “husband”, He’s our provider, our protector, our shield, our shelter. This bread we eat is His promise to us, His covenant guarantee. By this bread, He says, “I do.”

-As we take the bread today, I’d like for each person to say these words… “I do.”

                                                                                                            One Lord, One faith, One baptism. There aren't many ways to heaven. Just ONE!!!


How can we expect our leaders to lead us righteously when we elect the unrighteous......God tells us to pray for our leaders in 1 Timothy 2:1-2 First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity....

We should pray for our leaders to pursue truth and godliness, Even when we have ungodly leaders, we should still pray and even more so. And for believers there is a great peace knowing that God is ultimately in control and that no king or earthly leader can stop His ultimate purposes.
As a people, we need to love righteousness, or else why should we expect a righteous person to rise up a leader from a group of unrighteous people? This is why how we live as believers impacts our government, whether we realize it or not. As we live for Christ and as we stand for truth, we make a difference spiritually and therefore also politically whether we realize it or not.
Let us always pray for righteousness to prevail and for God to raise up people after His own heart to lead us. People who love God and believe His Word are the only hope freedom has.

Keep a smile on your face, a prayer in your heart, and your eyes on God!