Looking for a place to worship?
We'd love to have you here at First Assembly of God
1890 Franklin Street Carlyle, IL 62231
Our Phone number is 618-594-4079
Welcome to First Assembly On-line. We are so glad that you have chosen to visit us here. Our site is under construction, to make it a helpful place for you to visit.
First of all, here at First Assembly of God we believe that a relationship with Jesus Christ is the most important thing a person can have in life. If you don't know Christ personally, I invite you to visit the "How Can I Know Christ?" page to discover how simple it can be.
We also believe that building meaningful relationships with other Christians is vital to the spiritual growth and maturity of both individuals and the church.
The First Assembly family would like to invite you to join us for a service this week. Each service features a mixture of traditional hymns along with contemporary worship music. Each Sunday message from Pastor Roger presents a timeless truth from God's Word, the Bible.
First Assembly is located just minutes away from Carlyle Lake, Illinois largest man-made lake. Carlyle Lake has more than 26,000 acres of water and 11.000 acres of land. We are located just 50 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri. Carlyle Lake is known for its fishing, waterfowl hunting and sailing. It is known as one of the best and most challenging lakes for sailboats.
Sunday School 9:30am
Morning Worship 10:30am
Wednesday Evening 7pm
Thank you for visiting us here at First Assembly On-line. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please check back often as we complete the construction of our site.
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