Sunday School

Sundays at 9AM. Our Sunday School classes are focused on discipleship in the truth of God’s word. We are equipped to offer classes to all ages, but currently we have three classes: an adult class, a class for children ages 7-9, and a toddler class. Our children’s classes aim to teach the “pure milk of the word” (1 Peter 2:2) by teaching basic biblical doctrines and stories.

The children’s classes use Sunday School curriculums from Great Commission Publications. The right now they are using Show Me Jesus curriculums. The younger class is learning about God’s promise to Adam and Eve to send a Savior into the world. The ages 7-9 class is learning about Christ as our Prophet and Teacher (You can learn more about the Show Me Jesus curriculum here).

The adult class has tackled a wide range of topics. It has looked at worldviews and apologetics, doctrines and the catechism, lay ministry and counseling, and church history.

Currently, they are doing a series on “The Means of Grace: Word, Sacraments, and Prayer,” using the teaching from the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Our Services

Sundays at 10AM – Worship Service. Our worship services are focused on giving glory to God through the mediator Jesus Christ in the strength of the Holy Spirit. We believe that worship is a covenantal meeting between God and his people. God speaks to us through his Word and sacrament, and we respond with prayer and praise. We believe in a Gospel-centered ministry. This does not mean that the Gospel is the only thing that we talk about in worship, but it does mean that we relate all things back to the gracious, redeeming work of Christ. 

NOTE: We do have a nursery for small children during the worship service. We also have  a children’s bulletin that follows the morning service in order to help children follow along in the worship of God.

Second Service

We gather a second time each Sunday for more discipleship and praise. On 1st ,2nd , 4th (and 5th) Sundays we meet at 6pm for Bible Study. On 3rd Sundays, after the fellowship meal we gather for an informal hymn sing time.

Fellowship Meals/Hymn Sings

On the third Sunday of every month, after the morning service we enjoy a fellowship meal together, and some of us stay a little longer after that for an informal hymn sing time.