10:15a Worship Service

In this service we worship God through our gathering, our singing, our praying, our giving and our listening. In each of these areas we focus — as a community — on God and his love and grace for all.

In our worship through song, we consciously draw on the musical history of the church. We sing the traditional hymns of the faith as well as the worship music of today. Our primary musical goal is to inspire and support heartfelt congregational singing for the glory of God and the encouragement of each other. We take great joy in singing together.

In our worship through listening, we usually study a passage of either the Old or New Testament in order to understand it in its linguistic, historical and cultural context. Each week we strive to understand what the text means and how it should impact the way we live.

This Sunday

This week we will be continuing our series on the book of 1 John.

What we will be singing this week:


We would be pleased to have you join to worship with us this Sunday.

Sunday Schools

Although we do many things in mixed-age groups, our Sunday morning classes are divided by age and interest.

9:15a Children’s & Youth Sunday Schools

Our children’s and youth classes meet from 9:15a to 10:00a and are currently divided up by pre-K through 1st grade, 2nd through 5th grade, and 6th through 12th grade.

In our pre-K through 1st grade class our children will be learning simple stories from the Bible to help them understand God and His love for them.

In our 2nd through 5th grade class we use the “What’s in the Bible?” curriculum, where the kids learn all about the books of the Bible and what they teach.

In our 6th through 12 grade class our students learn from the New City Catechism, where they have the opportunity to study and discuss their faith with one another.

9:15a Adult Bible Studies

We typically have two or more adult classes which meet from 9:15a to 10:00a. One class, held in the main room, usually focuses on a book of the Old or New Testament, and is structured to cover a manageable portion of scripture in an interactive lecture format. While the leader has responsibility for teaching the passage, there is plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions.

There is usually a concurrent women’s discussion class which centers on the study of a Christian book and serves as a place of fellowship and prayer.

We would be pleased to have you worship with us this Sunday.