We gather for worship each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Whether you’re looking for a church home or interested in learning more about the Christian faith, we warmly invite you to join us on Sunday.
Here is some information to help you plan your visit:
What is a worship service like?
We aim to glorify God with worship that is joyful and reverent. We follow a simple pattern that includes praying, singing hymns and psalms, confessing our sins, and hearing God’s Word preached. Our pastors usually preach through books of the Bible, explaining God’s Word and helping us apply it to our lives. A typical serve lasts around an hour and 15 minutes.
Every Sunday evening, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper together as a culmination of our worship.
Do you have a nursery?
Yes! Approved church members work in our nursery, and provide a clean and safe space for your little ones during the service. They’ll be sure to give you a pager in case they need to reach you during the service.
We also welcome your children to join us in our worship, along with many other families with children.
Do you have Sunday School?
After morning worship, we have a time of fellowship over coffee before Sunday School begins for our children and teenagers at 11:15 a.m. A list of age groups and teachers is printed in the bulletin, and we can help you find the right class for your children.
Adults meet in the sanctuary for a time of prayer. This is an opportunity to pray in response to the sermon we’ve just heard, and to share our own burdens and needs with each other. We also pray for God’s kingdom in other parts of the world.
Every third Sunday, we have a Sunday School class for adults on key doctrines of the Christian faith.
How can I learn more?
One of our pastors or elders would love to speak with you and answer any questions you might have about our church or about Christianity. During the spring and fall, we also offer a 12-week course during Sunday School for those interested in learning more about the Christian faith or the life of our church.