You are invited to join us as we worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ, every Sunday beginning at 10:30 am. Our worship style varies throughout the month with most Sundays featuring a more traditional style of worship while on the second Sunday of each month our worship style is more Contemporary featuring Steadfast, a local praise team, which leads the congregation in singing praises to our Lord.

In addition to our regular Sunday Worship, we take time to Worship our Lord at 7:00 p.m. on the following days, in place of our mid-week Bible Study:
• Each Wednesday during Advent, the weeks prior to Christmas
• Christmas Eve
• Each Wednesday during Lent, beginning with Ash Wednesday
• Maundy Thursday, the Thursday prior to Easter
• Good Friday, the Friday prior to Easter
• Thanksgiving Eve, the evening prior to Thanksgiving Day

The additional services during Advent prepare our hearts to celebrate His birth in Bethlehem when He came to bear our sins as the perfect Son of God while also looking forward to His coming again in Glory to take all His children, who believe in Him as their Savior, to heaven where we will live with Him for all eternity.

During Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, we are reminded that it is our sin which prompted God, our of love for us, to become our substitute and bear the punishment and death we deserve to pay the price for our rebellion against God and His Commandments. Our service on Maundy Thursday commemorate Jesus institution of the Lord’s Supper while the service on Good Friday focuses our hearts and minds on the depth of love that caused Jesus to sacrifice Himself for us.

The highlight of our year occurs on Easter each year when we celebrate His Resurrection and victory over sin, death, and the power of the Devil with our SonRise Service at 8:00 a.m., in addition to our regular Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m. with an Easter Breakfast in between.

Won’t you please join us for Worship on Sunday and other times throughout the year as our Lord speaks to us when we gather together in His name.