It was a weekend of celebration as Southview Christian Church turned 100 and it's the congregation that keeps it alive.
"I think a lot of that has to do with the people who are at the core of the church. The people that carry that mission forward. If they stay true to their values and if they keep moving forward with the good news message, I think that's what keeps a church moving," said Kerrey O'Bryant, Senior Pastor.
"This church has a lot of dedication, a lot of pride, they have just worked together as a team, as a family. Even though we have new people come in they are just embraced and they become part of this family and they are just embraced," said Julie Munford, Board Chair.
Throw in some tradition and you've got the perfect recipe for another 100 years.
"So many of our members that are here today, that their kids are still members of the church and now we the kids are carrying on that tradition," said Jim Hendrick, Centennial Chair.
After 100 years, Southview doesn't plan to stop there. They're heading into the future with technology on their side.
"We're just working on a new Web site that could be interesting for younger members and just some new ways of communicating," Munford said.