Weekly Services and Ministries

Sunday Worship Services 10:00 am- 11:15 am

Our Sunday morning worship service includes a blended selection of worship choruses, hymns, and some contemporary songs. There is a time for testimonies and prayer, along with the opportunity to give to the Lord through tithes and offerings and a special moment that the Pastor likes to spend with the children and young people before dismissing for Children’s Church. We hold in high esteem the preaching of the Word and our pastor would describe his sermon style as exegetical and energetic. On the first Sunday of every month we celebrate the Lord’s Supper (Communion) after the sermon.


A nursery is provided for children from infants to 4 years old. The room is always staffed with at least 2 competent and trained church members who serve in this role as a ministry of love. Background checks are conducted for all volunteers on a bi-yearly basis.

Children’s Church

Children’s Church dismisses after the Pastor’s Children’s Moment in the service just before the message. This allows our children to worship with the community and then receive Bible teaching on their own level separately. Any parent who feels their child would be positively served by Children’s Church may send them; our suggested age range is 5-2nd grade.

Awana, Sunday 5-6:30 pm

AWANA is a youth and children’s ministry committed to reaching boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and training them to serve Him. Each week children across the globe attend AWANA clubs where they play games, memorize bible verses, and listen to bible stories. AWANA is an excellent ministry both for introducing children to the gospel and a challenging program for committed Christian children to grow deeper in their faith through the study and memorization of the Bible. AWANA stands for Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed.

Youth Group, Sunday 5-6:30 pm

Our youth group seeks to glorify God by raising up and preparing the next generation of worshippers and servants. Each youth meeting has a mix of fellowship, discipleship, teaching, and worshipping times. The youth frequently meet in homes off campus and take many field trips. Check with the church office for more details.

ABS Groups, Various Times

ABS stands for Area Bible Study Groups. A various times throughout the year small groups are formed to study specific topics and areas of spiritual interest. Each group contains 6-10 people and often meets in someone’s home for 6- 8 weeks depending upon the length of the particular study. ABS groups are a great way to meet new friends and cultivate relationships.

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