Services

Sunday Morning worship 9:30-11:00
Sunday School 11:00-12:00 — See below for our current adult classes
(Please note there is no Sunday School during the summer months.)

Christmas Eve Service, December 24th, 7:00 p.m.

 

Weekly Events

Sunday Evening

Youth Group, 6:00 p.m. at the Church — See youth page for current information.
Small Care Groups, various times in various homes

Tuesday

Family Night — 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the church
Every week on Tuesday, 6:30-8:00pm, parents and grandparents are encouraged to bring their children and grandchildren for an evening of worship and Bible study. We will meet together to worship and then split up for lessons with adults and children. Come and be encouraged to live out Deuteronomy 6:7, diligently teaching the commands of God to to our children “when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.”

Wednesday

Men’s Meeting — 7:00 p.m. in the Church Office


Current Adult Sunday School Classes

We have classes for everyone as well as nursery and toddler workers.

Covenant Theology
Coordinator: Pastor Don; Sanctuary.

Pastor Don will be teaching about this “Missing Jewel” in our understanding of God’s redeeming work throughout history. He will go through each of the covenants throughout the Bible and show how they expand and round out our understanding of salvation and Christ’s work for our redemption.

The Psalms and Worship
Coordinator: Ron & Glenda Davis; Lower Level classroom.

A Sunday school class based on the Blue Psalter will be taught by Ron and Glenda Davis. The content of the class will feature the Book of Psalms and how it affects both the personal and corporate devotional life of the church. Additional content will focus on hymns and spiritual songs of the church. The class will be in the format of a workshop with much participation in the “song of the Lord” through singing, reflecting, and praying the Psalms. Elements which give a framework for the Church’s worship, such as worship practices in the Jewish synagogue and temple, worship practices in the early church, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and to our present time, will be woven into the singing and discussion of the class. This class is open to all. A special invitation is given to those who don’t think they can sing well or feel like they are on the fringes of our Sunday worship experience. This could be the time that you find your singing voice. Remember that, “All God’s chillun got a place in da choir.” If you have any questions or need more information, please see the Davises.