The Joy of Honoring God in Worship

Sunday School

9:30am to 10:20am
Classes for everyone in the family on a range of topics. Contact us for what classes are being offered this quarter.

Sunday Morning Worship

10:45am to 12:15
This is our time to gather together as God’s family in worship, prayer and the ministry of God’s Word. The first Sunday of each month we celebrate the Lord’s Supper and after the service we have a “Fellowship Meal” and ask for people who want to stay after the service to eat, to bring a dish to share. We focus on honoring God and pleasing Him. After all, God is the audience of our worship. Jesus told us in part, that our worship is to be done in Spirit and in truth. Our heart must be involved with worship, it must be genuine, and it must be real. But, our worship must also be according to truth. We believe our worship promotes not only the experience of coming before God but also the true knowledge of Who we are coming before and what pleases Him.

Sunday Evening Service

6pm to 7pm
This is a more relaxed time of worship. Your whole family is still invited and depending on the evening we might spend the service talking about missionaries, hearing from a guest speaker or being encouraged by testimonies from a recent ministry event. Generally though, the service will involve a more detailed preaching or teaching of God’s Word, in a less formal setting.

Wednesday Night

7pm to 8:15pm
During the middle of the week sometimes it is helpful to know there is a place where you can go to enjoy Christian fellowship as well as good teaching. Wednesday nights serve that purpose for us and our children. During the Summer months the children’s program does not meet. Check the News Page for more information.

Infant through 2 year old nursery is available for Sunday School , Sunday Morning Worship and the Sunday Evening Service. While we know many families would like to stay together for worship, we do offer this for those that would like it.

Crying Room
There is a crying room adjacent to the sanctuary that may be used for feeding or calming the needs of your children during the service.