When it comes to God’s commitment to humankind and to the church, God is all in. But what about God’s people? Do our lives demonstrate the same level of commitment?

Join us for a special worship series that will celebrate one of the most incredible promises God made and kept and how we can respond in ways worthy of God’s commitment to us and our church.

We’ve created a discussion guide for group or individual use that you can download here: All In Discussion Guide

This worship and small group series begins Sunday, November 7th.

Worship Online or In-Person Here


Make an online 2022 Estimate of Giving and be a part of what God is doing through Middletown.

Series Outline

Key Scripture: Malachi 3:8-12

Throughout scripture, the people of God are warned that they should never test God. Jesus repeated that commandment when he was being tempted in the desert. But there is one passage in the Bible where God makes it clear that we should test God – at least when it comes to one thing. If we do so, God promises that in return, we will receive an overflowing blessing.

Key Scriptures: Genesis 12:1-3; Deuteronomy 8:1-20

When God called Abraham, God said that the people of faith would be blessed so that they could become a blessing to the world. Many generations later, as the people of Israel were about to enter the Promised Land, God reminded them of that promise and told them they could either be a blessing or a curse. The choice was theirs to make then, and it’s ours to make now. Which path will we choose?

Key Scriptures: Malachi 3:8-12; Psalm 100

On this Sunday before Thanksgiving, we are going to follow God’s command to enter God’s courts with thanksgiving and praise by celebrating some of the many ways God has worked through the ministries of Middletown Christian Church. The list of things
to celebrate is long and has been made possible by the grace of God as well as your generosity.