Traditional Worship Service
Every Sunday Morning we gather together to worship God in our sanctuary at 9:15. We are led in singing by a choir and search the the Scripture for guidance for daily life. Some folks wear jeans and a t-shirt, Khakis and polos, or even the occasional coat and tie. Just get dressed and come join us Sunday Morning.
Nontraditional Worship Service
The Journey is a more contempary service that gathers at 10:45 every Sunday Morning to worship God. This service is held in the Fellowship Hall. We sing modern worship songs led by a small team of vocalists and search the Bible for guidance for daily life. Folks dress casually. Get dressed and join us for the Journey.
Sunday School for Children
Every Sunday Morning, small groups of children are led in Bible study at 9:15. Children's Sunday School is located on the first floor of the Youth Building. (Children's classes are taught by workers that have gone through a background screening and participated in a child protection training program.)
Children Rise Up and Serve HIm
CRUSH is a program for children ages 5K to Grade 5. During the summer, Children gather on the first Sunday of the month from 10:45 to 12:00 for exciting Bible Teaching in our children's area located on the first floor of the Youth Building.
CRUSH is based on one of three basic, but powerful, truths modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52.
From our opening worship to social time, story, and small groups, the hour or so that children are in CRUSH is designed to inspire discovery and invite children into a new understanding of how to grow in relationship with Jesus.
(Children's classes are taught by workers that have gone through a background screening and participated in a child protection training program.)
Sunday School for Adults
Adults gather together for small group Bible study at 9:15 and 10:45. Choose from a host a multigenerational classes that study the Word of God every week. Get to know our faith community as we learn more about God togther. Adult Sunday School is conducted in Blackmon Hall.