Living Truth Church (LTC) has been meeting in various schools around Santa Rosa County for 12 years and has just purchased the Chumuckla’s Farmer’s Opry & Campground.
Living Truth is excited to finally have their own “Ministry Outpost.” The 10 and one-half acres will give the congregation plenty of room to grow.
“We’re excited to see how God continues to use this ministry to love on this community,” says Pastor Norman Sullivan. “When the opportunity came to buy the Farmer’s Opry (located just five miles north of the Pace Soccer Fields) it was more of a God-thing than anything else. It was just the right time for both us and the Wyatt family. We were looking to build and, they were ready to slow down.”
Living Truth Church considers itself a very open and welcoming church.
“We will use the Opry location in keeping with the vision of a come as you are to hear God’s word-church. Our church family is truly a family,” Sullivan said. “This is just a building and campground and we want to use it for God’s glory. It’s going to be exciting to see what God has planned for us here at our new location.
"Our congregation is made up of folks from East Milton, Pensacola, Cantonment as well as Milton and Pace proper. We look forward to meeting new folks from the nearby Chumuckla community who would like to come check us out.”
The Church plans to still host concerts and other various events to stay in-touch with the community, so stay tuned for upcoming events of that nature. For more information about the church, go to www.livingtruthchurch.com.
“The main thrust of Living Truth is to follow Jesus’ mandate to be disciples-making disciples," Sullivan said. "We connect folks to Christ and His church, help them grow spiritually, get them to love on the community by serving, and then multiply who they are in Christ. And we do a lot of this through small groups that meet throughout the local area during the week.”
One of the plans of the church is to reach the next generation extra hard.
“Our modern worship style differs from other churches, but that’s just because we’re trying extra hard to reach the next generation," said Disciple Pastor Andy DeGuire. "The cool thing is that the older folks enjoy this worship style (or some of them put up with it because they know we’re trying to reach their kids and grandkids).”
Everyone is invited to come out to Living Truth and be a part of God’s plan for this church and this location.
Sunday Service is at 10:30 a.m.
8897 Byrom Campbell Rd., Pace, FL 32571