Worship is the primary way in which we gather to grow, heal, ask God's forgiveness (and sometimes our own), serve, and seek God's guidance in how to strengthen our belief. We can be people of faith on our own, but worshipping together assures us that we're stronger for praying and supporting each other. As a former pastor put it one Sunday, "We have each others' backs." We care for one another, and we know people pray for us, by name, every day.
Sunday Worship: 11:00a - Church Sanctuary Everyone is welcome, whether you already believe, want to learn how, or fall somewhere between. We learn together.
Small-group study is a great way to learn with your peers, no matter how old you are! We learn together in (inter-)active, non-threatening settings.
Monday Bible Study
GET MORE FROM YOUR MONDAYS! Monday Morning Bible Study gathers in the Cox Library each Monday at 11:00 AM for study and fellowship with God and each other. The setting is relaxed and conversational, with talk centering largely on selected Bible passages, their historical context, and how these passages--God's word--apply to everyday life in our time. We share, we laugh, we learn ...
Children and Youth
We joyously provide nursery care for children up to and including preschool-aged children. The Nursery is equipped with love; age appropriate toys; playpen; changing table; comfy glider-rocker; short faith-based stories and movies; and more.
Children’s Church is provided during the regular worship service. A qualified educator provides a program of prayer, singing, Bible verses, a lesson and related crafts.
For children old enough to sit through the worship service, we have activity bags and bulletins to occupy them during the service. Ask an usher to see what's available.
Sometimes referred to as the "Men of the Breakfast," this big-hearted group of guys welcomes all males to a completely healthy breakfast (!) on the Saturday before the 2nd Sunday of each month. They gather at 9:00 AM, eat a hearty breakfast cooked by volunteers, and close with a short devotional.
After setting the Church Fellowship Hall up for the church luncheon on Sunday, many of the men do a service project at or on behalf of the church. To learn more about Men's Ministry, click on the button above.To see the schedule of Men's Breakfasts, please go to the News/Events page.
There are currently four Women’s Bible study groups that are called “Circles”. These groups are open to any woman. Attendees are of various ages and life experiences. Some of the circles use the Presbyterian study guide, Horizons. Other circles choose other study guides. Click the button above for more details.
Personal Time with God
In this world's tremendous busy-ness, it's important to make time for you ... to center yourself and connect with God and the teachings of Christ as a way of approaching your family, work, school, and/or social life in faith and loving-kindness.
God and faith aren't just "a Sunday thing!" Set yourself up to succeed each day... take a midday break to reconnect with God ... bring your day to a peaceful close. God is there whenever you're ready.