“Let us not give up meeting together, as so many are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
– Hebrews 10:25
Our regular worship service starts at 10:00 am each Sunday in the sanctuary. Our service blends traditional and contemporary worship styles with emphasis on teaching Biblical truth.
We love meeting new people and having visitors drop in. We encourage guests, as well as regular attendees, to fill out our “connect” cards so that we can better know how to serve you!
The church takes an offering each week. While you are welcome to participate, we don’t want you to feel any sense of obligation to do so. In regard to dress, don’t worry about what to wear. Whatever is comfortable for you is fine.
After the service ends, everyone is invited next door for coffee hour, a time to fellowship, enjoy food, and get to know one another better.
Sunday school for children, youth, and adults takes place before our Sunday morning service from 9:00 to 9:45. The children’s Sunday school meets in various locations throughout the church depending on age. Adult Sunday school is held in the Pillar Room, found in the downstairs of the Sanctuary building. All classes exist to encourage individuals to delve deeper into Biblical truth and to strengthen their faith. If you are interested in joining us or knowing more about Sunday School, please feel free to contact us or just drop in!
Childcare is provided during our Sunday morning service for children up through age 3. The nursery is downstairs, directly below the Sanctuary. In addition, the balcony of the Sanctuary is reserved for nursing mothers, so that they may still participate in the service.
During the sermon on Sunday mornings, we offer Children’s Church for children ages 4 to 9 (Pre-K through 5th grade) next door in the Parish Hall. This is a time of biblically based teachings, activities, songs, and games, just for them. Children are not required to leave the service to attend Children’s Church if they would prefer to stay, but are welcome to do so if they would like.
We have limited parking in our lot, but are able to park on the church side of Washington Street where available.