Sunday is the highlight of our week, the Lord's Day. It is the chief end of humanity to worship God and enjoy him forever. It is our joy and the source of our strength. We are Trinitarian, worshipping the One God who eternally exists in Three Persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We strive to love God in all we do on Sunday, to grow in the knowledge of him, to respond to our Creator in joyful thanksgiving, to celebrate the reign of Jesus Christ over us, and to grow in love for each other in the unity of the Holy Spirit.
Worship - 10:00 AM
Our worship blends tradition with living faith. Echoing the words of Thomas Cranmer, the English Reformer, we gather to give thanks for the great benefits we have received from God, to offer up his most worthy praise, to hear his most holy Word, and to ask those things of him that are necessary both for the body and the soul. Various members will lead in worship, songs will be sung that are both old and new, prayer requests will be shared, and the Word of God will be preached. As a small congregation, we enjoy the sense of family we share and the opportunity for each member to use their gifts in worship.
Baptism is administered as needed. The Lord's Supper is celebrated once a month and is open to all believers. Our council of elders and deacons is prayerfully considering more frequent celebration, in keeping with the ancient practice of the church.
We love making new friends so feel free to visit, whether you are a fellow Christian, or whether you are interested in seeing our worship and inquiring about our faith. It is our deepest desire to be a "house of prayer for all nations," as Jesus himself commanded.
Evening Bible Study 5-6:30 PM
We recently studied the Law of God and presently are looking at the work of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life.