If you choose to join us any Sunday for one of our worship services, you can expect to be welcomed warmly and accepted freely to worship God with us. We take great joy in being together and in celebrating our faith, and all that God has done and is doing in our lives. Our services are fairly simple, so you can sit where you like, relax, and the rest will come pretty easily. Just so you know, we do not take up a weekly offering during the service, but have offering boxes available so attendees can give their offerings which are used to meet our financial needs.
We enjoy singing as part of our worship service experience, so in our 11:00 service our praise band and singers will lead the way for us. We usually sing a couple of songs before the sermon to get our hearts prepared for God's Word. We also sing a song after the sermon in response to God's Word. We typically stand to sing, but that is not a requirement, so you are free to stand, sit, sing, or not sing, as you please. Most of our music is pretty easy to sing, and easily recognized by those with any experience in the church. The last Sunday of each month, we sing hymns. We have some hymnals available and the words to the music are projected on a large screen for you to see and sing along with.
We believe that the Bible is God’s Word which has answers to every question and challenge in life. Each Sunday, we look to the Bible to discover what God says about this life and the life to come. Every message is an exposition of the absolute truth of God’s word which is relevant and practical for our lives.
We have a nursery available during the 11:00 a.m. worship service for infants up to 5 years old.
We strive to help families with children having special needs have a good church experience. We welcome these families in our Worship Service and also provide trained volunteers to help with supervision if desired.
Our church observes Communion on the last Sunday of every month. This is often referred to as the Lord's Supper. It is a remembrance of the sacrifice Christ made for our salvation, which Scripture instructs us to observe. It involves small crackers and cups of juice, which we make available for our congregation. This experience is only for those who profess faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord. If that doesn't describe you, then please feel free to not participate.