Welcome! We're Glad You're Here.

Here's some information to help you know what you can expect if you visit with us, and what else we offer. 

A Typical Visit With Us On Sunday

"Where do I go?"

When you walk in the main door through the foyer, you'll be greated by people who are genuinely happy that you are there. Sit anywhere you like! 

"What about my kids?"

We offer classes for kids during our "Sunday School" time before the worship service (930 AM), but we feel strongly about children being present and part of the worship service with us (Mark 10:13-16). What if they make some noise? No problem at all. Really. We have a bunch of current and former parents and grandparents. Everyone is used to the sound of babies and kids and love to see them there. However, we do have a nursery room and in the back if you need one. 

"What goes on during the service?"

When it's time for the worship service to start, the worship leader might ask for announcments, or begin with a song or prayer. Typically they will let us know what order things will be done in that day. Then, we usually sing a few songs together (some old, some new). Everyone sings together (Colossians 3:16-17). Don't worry about if you can't carry a tune, some of us can't either! No one will make you sing. We're all just happy to praise God and thank him for what he's done. 

Every Sunday, usually in the middle of the service, we share in the Lord's Supper together. This is a time to remember Jesus and his sacrifice for us. It involves eating a small piece of bread and drinking some grape juice. We do this because Jesus told us to, and because we want to (Luke 22:17-20). Someone will say a few words to guide our thoughts, and we'll pray. You can join in if you want, but you don't have to.

Typically, after the Lord's Supper is the sermon. This is a time when usually our evangelist or one of our elders gives a presentation helping us to better understand the Bible and apply it to our lives (2 Timothy 3:14-17). After the sermon is over, the worship leader may lead another song or close by asking for announcements and prayer requests. 

After worship is over, stick around! We'd love to get to know you.  

"Are you going to ask me for money?"

Sadly, this is a real concern for people because of some church cultures. No, we won't ask you to donate or anything like that. After the service you will see some of the members putting checks and cash in a basket up front. This is how we keep things running and continue the mission of the church. 

"What other times do you meet?"

If you're interested, on Sunday mornings before worship (930 AM) and Wednesday nights (7PM) we meet for Bible study. This is a time when one of our class teachers leads us through either a book of the Bible or some topic related to the Bible. 

Interested in Learning About Jesus?

If you'd like to learn about Jesus and the Bible, we'd love to meet you. It's part of our mission. We provide private and group Bible studies, conversations - whatever you need. We've met with people in coffee shops, at their homes, even at the church building. You'll most likely meet with Ethan.

Just Want to Talk to Someone?

Sometimes, you just want to talk with someone. Questions and concerns about life and faith can be messy. We'd like to show you how Jesus and his message can help of make sense of this world and give us peace and hope.

If you'd like to get in touch with someone, feel free to message us on social media, or go to the "Connect" tab in the wesbite menu, share your information, and we'll get back to you.