Reaching the Lost
As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. And he said to them, âFollow me, and I will make you fishers of men.â Immediately they left their nets and followed him.
We exist to connect people to Jesus and to each other.
At Argyle Bible Church,
we strive to reach the lost.â
Our mission is to help people find and grow in a relationship with Christ. We support each other in our struggles and our victories. We are here to seek God, worship wholeheartedly, and experience life together.
Equipping the Saints | Reaching the Lost
building up of the body of Christ.”
As we strive to fulfill God’s mission for the church, we are committed to biblical obedience through the following:
with a passionate desire to know God intimately.
to the hearts and lives of fellow Christians to encourage & empower them toward biblical obedience.
to ourcommunity and our world with the good news of Jesus Christ.
To come together as a congregation and worship the Lord as a community of believers. To worship Him in spirit and in truth, no matter what form that takes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Weâre a church in the Macomb area with the goal of reaching out to our fellow neighbors and communities with the love and truth of God presented in a contemporary, relevant, and compassionate way. Weâre trying to do church in a way that will make the message of Christianity accessible to as many people as possible, but especially to those who are lacking a meaningful church connection in their lives right now.
In the mid-1830s, a small group of community members metÂ for a service that took place at the home of John McCord in the southwestern part of Emmet Township, just East of Argyle State Park. Â The members of that little church sacrificed much to continue to grow together, and their dream was to establish a stationary church. As we talked to others, we began to feel that the idea might really have some merit. Over the next several years God brought together a group of about 60 people or so to make it happen. He also provided the leadership and funding that we needed to put it together. And here we are ...
Nope. We are a non-denominational church (or inter-denominational, as some people call it). We were started by several organizations that provided invaluable financial, spiritual and practical support âorganizations that included the Midwest Baptist Conference and the Emerging Leadership Initiative. Since then, God has led us into a non-denominational existence while maintaining valuable relationships to these organizations.Â
Our theology can be best described as Bible-based. In other words, we believe that God has given us his Word in the Bible. What we do and who we are flows out of what we discover therein.
Of course you can. Argyle provides programs for infants through fifth-grade called the Children's Ministry as well as Student Ministries for middle-school and high-school aged kids. We take seriously our responsibility of lovingly sharing Godâs truth with your children, just as we take seriously lovingly sharing Godâs truth with anyone.
5135 N 1250th Rd
Colchester, IL 62326