The Sunday message will offer relevant help and encouragement about the difference Jesus makes and what it means to follow Him in 2024.
"How should I dress?" Feel free to "come as you are." Some people dress up, some dress very casually, and others land somewhere in between. Our parking lot is at the back of the property. You may enter through either the back door or front door of the building.
"What about children?" Every Sunday we offer two versions of children's worship sheets to help children stay engaged. We offer a lesson and activity for children during a portion of worship on the first and third Sunday of the month. On the other Sundays, worship includes a children's message. For families who desire it, childcare for infants through age three is available throughout our worship time. Parents may also bring children age 4 through third grade to the children’s ministry area after the second song.
"What should I expect?" Our worship style leans traditional but includes some contemporary aspects as well. Most Sundays during the schoolip includes music provided by our choir.
"What options are there for Bible study and discussion?" We offer an adult discussion group Sundays at 8:45 a.m. during the school year. All adults and teens 16 and older are welcome! Starting Sunday February 25, the group will be discussing the book Six Hours One Friday by Max Lucado.
We're also offer a Bible study on Thursdays. People may choose to be a part at either 10:00 a.m. or 6:30 p.m., whichever better fits their schedule. We are currently using the book Disappointment with God by Phillip Yancey as a tool to look at what Scripture has to say about the tough times in life when it's hard to understand what's happening and we may feel as if God has let us down.