Update (January 5): Please click here to learn more about our updated meeting guidelines.  We welcome you to join us for morning and evening worship and we have added overflow seating in the fellowship hall. 


 

 

Livestreaming Worship this Sunday at 10:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

 

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Sunday School

Sunday morning at 8:45 am we have Sunday school in-person and through Zoom. Children's Sunday School classes are also now provided in-person again! If you are interested in one of our classes you can contact the church office and our office manager will get you the information needed.  

This time of Bible study and fellowship forms an integral part of our church life together.  Our aim is to provide biblically faithful, theologically robust, and practical teaching that encourages you to delight yourself in the Lord and live faithfully to His Word.  

If you're a visitor, Sunday School provides an excellent opportunity to get connected to a smaller community within our church.

We will have two Adult classes to choose from this Spring:

  1. EXEGETICAL CLASS.  We will be studying the beatitudes and Jesus’s sermon on the mount as found in Matthew chapters 5, 6 and 7.   The Sermon on the Mount will be our baseline text but we will also refer to other supplementing Scripture.  The emphasis will be on understanding life in the kingdom through studying scripture while seeking applications which are relevant to modern day cultural issues.   As we study what it means to live as faithful disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ in a fallen world, we will apply the word of God as we consider real-life encounters with modern-day cultural movements and ideologies.  Gordon Eldridge and Jason Belcher will be leading this class. 

  2. TOPICAL CLASS.  We will be studying from two sources; a teaching series by Stephen Nichols entitled “A Time for Confidence; Trusting God in a Post-Christian Society, and a book by Stephen McAlpine entitled “Being the Bad Guys; How to Live for Jesus in a World that Says You Shouldn’t”.  Mark Koch and others will be leading this class.