Sunday Morning is when we gather weekly to worship God through: song, prayer, fellowship, and teaching! We encourage everyone who is visiting to attend both our Equipping Hour and Worship Service, this is a regular patter for our members and will be the best way to understand who we are.
9:30 AM - Equipping Hour
Equipping Hour is what we call our Sunday School hour. We believe this more clearly communicates the purpose of this hour. Equipping Hour exists to equip followers of Christ with knowledge, understanding, and techniques. These classes align with the ministry season we are in and focus on a particular aspect to be developed.
10:30 AM - Worship Service
You will find that every aspect of our worship service is focused on God and His Word. From expositional preaching through books of the Bible to hymns and songs directing our worship towards Him, to focused cooperate prayers and weekly communion.
Where Should We Park?
There are no special parking instructions, simply find a spot and come on in.
Where Do We Enter?
We have two main front entrances. Both doors will have a friendly smile to greet you and answer any questions you may have!
What Should We Wear?
You will see anything from Ties to T-shirts. So, wear whatever is comfortable for you!
What About Our Children?
Nursery (3 and under): The Nursery is available throughout both the equipping hour and the worship service. We also have a nap and nursing room for those who need it!
Children (3 and up): We have equipping hour classes for them which are seperated by reading ability (pre-reader through advanced readers). Children 3 and up are encouraged in the sanctuary during the worship service. We promise, we don’t mind the noise and restlessness of children.
Safety: Each children’s room from nursery to advanced readers will have three adults who have been properly screened.
Most Recent Sermons
As we are thankful for all of our benefits in Christ (Col 1:12-23), we are protected from compromising our status in Him (2:6-10)—so be thankful
God’s mercy should prompt us to adore Him (Dan 9:1-4), confess our sin to Him (Dan 9:5-15), and plead for His mercy in our prayers
Recorded visions of our glorified Lord should be cause for reverent pause, for humility in the face of breathless majesty (Rev. 1:17-18), and for confidence
God reveals Himself to us through His word (Rev 1:9-11) so that we can know and testify of Jesus’ glory (Rev 1:12-16).
The basis for divisions in the church (1 Cor 1:10-29) is subverted by God’s generous revelation of Himself (1 Cor 2:1-16)-which we know of in