What To Expect
Sunday School: 9:00am-10:00am
Sunday Worship 10:00am-11:00am
Sermons: We believe the proclamation of the Word of God is the greatest means of God’s transforming work in this world. Our sermons are focused on explaining the message of the Bible and we generally move through biblical books verse by verse. Sermons usually last around 45 minutes.
Prayer: Our services are saturated in prayer. Typically, there is a prayer of invocation to start the service, a prayer with God's word in the middle, and a prayer at the conclusion of the sermon.
Scripture Readings: We incorporate scripture readings throughout the worship gathering. The reading in the middle of the service is typically related in some way to the sermon for the day.
Music: We focus on a congregational style of hymn singing that includes great Christian songs both new and old. It is congregational in that we emphasize the whole congregation as the primary instrument of worship. God calls all of his people to sing his praises throughout scripture, especially in the Psalms, and we encourage every member to sing loudly to God and to sing to each other about God’s goodness.
Lord’s Supper and Baptism: We quaterly practice the Lord’s Supper and Baptism when needed. In the Lord’s Supper, we remember the sacrifice of his body and blood that Jesus our King made for our salvation. This symbolic meal is for believers who have been biblically baptized. All other attendees are asked to abstain, but are encouraged to trust Jesus as King and Savior so that they too might share in this celebration. We also find joy in frequently baptizing those who have decided to commit their lives to Jesus Christ.
Children: During Sunday School time (9:00-10:00am), we have age-specific classes for all children, led by members and designed to teach the stories of the Bible. During our worship gathering (10:00-11:00am), we have a nursery available for children from birth to 4 years. PreK-aged- 5th grade children can remain with their families in service or join our childrens church.