rec・la・ma・tion [rekləˈmāSH(ə)n] noun (1) The act or process of reclaiming something or someone. (2) To find the value in something that others overlook. (3) The act of returning something or someone to a former and better state.

The old truck right outside our doors is a symbol of reclamation. Beat up, no engine, no transmission, no seats — not even a steering wheel. Once proud and useful; but 69 years later, just a heap of rusting metal.


Now it's useful again. Still no engine, transmission, seats or steering wheel. Still covered in dings and dents. Not restored for its original purpose, but reclaimed for a better purpose. Once again loved and valued, but not for its strength or beauty. Now loved for its message, and for the One whose name is written upon it.

Just like us.

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“Let’s get real.”

Most people just don’t like church… and who can blame them? You must act a certain way, dress a certain way, and you typically leave feeling guilty.

At Reclamation Church we are striving to embrace EVERYONE right where they are at, (regardless of their life situation) so that they can discover the goodness of Jesus Christ. We do this by following his example and Loving Like Jesus.

We are saving a seat for you. You may just be surprised that church can be enjoyable.

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Sermon Series

1 Timothy Title Slide

1 Timothy is not only a book of the Bible, but it’s a very powerful personal letter that the Apostle Paul wrote to his “true son in the faith,” a man named Timothy. Timothy was younger than Paul and he had assisted his mentor on a number of different ministry adventures before Paul stationed Timothy in Ephesus to lead the church in a number of different areas, including how to live a godly life and how to battle and resist false teachers. Paul’s letter to his disciple is a letter that is very much still relevant to today’s church. Join us as we study God’s word verse by verse leading us all the way up to Easter.


Worship starts at 10:00 AM on Sundays at Reclamation Church for in-person worship.

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