April 2021 – Noble Avenue Baptist Church

Tell us about your business.

For more than 90 years we have been impacting our community with the light of God’s Word and the power of his love.

What is one thing that makes your business great?

A friendly church of caring people.

Why is Guthrie a great community to be a part of?

Friendly people, with leaders who continue to preserve our past, while embracing the present, and planning for our future.

Why is your company a part of the Chamber?

Because we care about the people of Guthrie and our community.

What is the last thing that made you smile?

5 senior adults who were at home because of COVID-19 have come back to Noble Avenue Baptist Church to worship.

"I joined the Chamber to help bridge the gap between the business community, the City of Guthrie, organizations, our schools and neighbors because we are all invested. When we work together with the help of the Chamber, we thrive as a community. "

Menecca Gibbs, Owner of Cleveland & Co. Mercantile

"I love being an investor in the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce. It's great to be a part of the business community in Logan County. They provide us with a lot of marketing and sponsorship opportunities and our investment is well worth it every year!"

Blake Wimsey, Foundation Insurance & Risk Management

"The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce is a great partner in the community. As an active Church, it is important to us to be connected to businesses and other organizations that value relationship within the community. The Chamber goes above and beyond to make sure everyone stays connected with weekly events and fun activities. We love being a part of the Chamber!"

Ronnie Fields, First Christian Church

"The Guthrie News Leader regularly partners with the chamber as our goals are the same: connect businesses to the community. We not only enjoy attending the events the chamber presents, but also co-sponsoring events together. We’ve met new customers, contacts and lifelong friends through the chamber and we consider them part of our team."

Karan Ediger, Publisher for the Guthrie News Leader