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As a member of a church, we are called to practice our faith in three ways:  


         To worship God with our whole heart
         To be involved in making disciples for Jesus Christ
         To serve God by serving others


God gave His all for us.  He loves us so much, He sacrificed himself on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins.  Out of reverence and thanksgiving to God for His sacrifice, we worship.

Christians are called to worship . . .  

At Home:     Whenever we praise God, we are worshipping.  When we pray to God we are worshipping. When we read our bible or devotions, we are worshipping.  As Christians, we should be worshipping God at home daily with our families.

At Church:   In Hebrews 10:24-25 the writer tells us “And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another--and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

We are called to worship together to help each other; to lift up each other, to learn with each other.

As members, we are dedicated to worshiping together regularly for the purpose of:

Praising God
Meeting with our church family
Praying for one-another
Encouraging one-another

We also realize worship is not about me. 

It is solely to be in praise to God and for God alone.

Worship Services
Weekly Sunday Worship Service   10:30 A.M.


Christmas Service
Christmas Eve    6:00 P.M.

Lent/Easter Services


Ash Wednesday Service at 12:15 pm and 6:30 pm.

We also have services on the Thursday before Easter (Maundy Thursday) at 7 pm.

We also worship the Friday before Easter (Good Friday) at 7 pm.

Easter Sunday, we hold an 8:30 am service outside the church at the three wooden crosses on the church lawn followed by breakfast along with our normal Sunday 10:30 worship service.


When we join the church, we become part of the family.  We belong together and we help each other grow into the person God created us to be.  We also help each other through difficulties that life often produces.

As Christians, as members of this Body of Christ, we are committed to growing in our faith by participation in growth opportunities.  To help us through these trying times, we offer several opportunities to grow spiritually, physically and emotionally.

The list that follows is always changing so please check with the church office about new groups:

Growth Opportunities:
Bible Studies
Sunday School - preschool through 8th grade and adult classes


Life Groups


Sunday School Classes

Self Defense Classes  

Women in Faith

Mission & Discipleship
Congregational Care


We are always looking at new ways to grow and belong.  If you are passionate about financial management classes, single parent groups, step-parent groups, or any other groups that can help people through life, take the initiative to develop such a group.

God gives each of us differing gifts.  As members of the Body of Christ, we are to use the gifts we are given to serve God.  

Church Administrative Board
  Trustees (care of property)
  Staff Parish Relations
  Discipleship & Missions
  Leadership Development

Other Ways To Serve:

Congregational Care
Communion Stewards
Sunday School Teacher/Assistant
Vacation Bible School Assistant

Youth Leader
Music (Piano, Special Music and Choir)

Out of Darkness Suicide Prevention & Awareness Walk
Food Pantry

Angel Store
Fellowship Time
Facility Care
Care for church lawn in summer time and sidewalks in winter.

​The Board of Trustees Half-A-Work Days provide an opportunity to work side-by-side with other people from the church on various projects.
Prayer Chain



As members of this church we are expected to tithe.  We encourage members to work toward a tithe by increasing our percentage each year until we are at or above the tithe.  It is only through the giving of our members that this church can carry on in its mission. 

Even more ways to serve:
Find some service you are passionate about.  Enlist the help of others with the same passion and go and serve God. That is what the church does!

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