Our building is now open for in person worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.

For worshiping in our sanctuary you will be required to wear a face mask, maintain physical distancing and sit with your household in accordance with public health guidelines. Our Sunday worship services will continue to be simultaneously livestreamed on Zoom and Facebook Live each week as well. To worship with us online, please go to our Facebook page or contact us to receive a weekly email with the Zoom link.   

Our Wednesday Bible study and Thursday prayer meeting will continue to be hosted on Zoom. See our Events page for details. 

Other than the Sunday worship services, we will not have in person programming for adults or children until further notice. 

What happens on Sundays?

Our worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary with instrumental music followed by a call to worship.

The flow of our worship services incorporate Scripture readings, prayer, preaching and a blend of traditional and contemporary worship songs. Immediately following the worship service, there is a short time of fellowship with a cup of juice and a tasty pastry.

School age children are invited to worship with their families until the offering is received. Then they are invited to attend Children’s Church with a member of the ministry team.

Childcare is provided for infants and young children to enable their parents to fully participate in the worship service.

Also, every month we celebrate The Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday and gather for extended prayer after the worship service on the second Sunday.

What are worship services like?

Each worship service includes uplifting and biblically grounded worship songs. These may be a combination of contemporary praise and worship songs along with traditional hymns. Music is a significant part of our worship services because it helps everyone in the worship service respond to God both collectively and individually.

Our worship services also incorporate Scripture readings and prayer to draw our minds to the Word of God and our hearts to the presence of God. In addition, there are opportunities for people to respond to God through acts of giving. These include the giving of tithes and offerings as well as serving others and extending hospitality to our visitors and guests.

After the worship service ends, everyone is invited to an informal fellowship time to enjoy a light refreshment and to reconnect with one another. People may also share a concern with a pastor or plan a time to meet someone during the week.

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Our service starts at 10:30am

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