God Connects Your story to His

God invites you to participate in His story of all things. We take each worship service as an opportunity to center our hearts and lives on Him. Connecting with Him is at the heart of everything we do.
Traditional Worship

Saturdays @ 5:00pm and Sundays @ 10:45am

You can expect a worship experience featuring a structured traditional liturgy, congregational singing of traditional hymns accompanied by a pipe organ, and communion at most services.
Contemporary Worship

Sundays @ 8:30am

You can expect a relaxed worship experience which blends modern and traditional worship styles. We will sing contemporary praise songs led by our full band and we will celebrate communion at most services.
Children's Church

Sundays @ 8:30 and 10:45am

 Both Sunday services feature a special message made for kids (3 years old - 5th grade) before they are dismissed for their own worship activity during the sermon. Kids will rejoin their families in the Sanctuary before communion.
Prayer Service

Tuesday Evenings @ 5:30pm

Tuesday prayer services offer an intimate worship opportunity  for hope, healing, and comfort. We gather around God's Word with a short devotion, pray for the needs of our community, and celebrate communion.

God's Gifts

During worship, God strengthens us for a life of following Jesus. He gives us His living Word, and it's read and explained at each service. He graciously forgives all of our sins- this is proclaimed every week. God's promises are for you and they're delivered in our worship together. 

Responding to God

We respond to God's gifts together in worship. We confess confess our sins together before receiving forgiveness. We sing His praises together with one voice. And we call out to Him with our requests and thanks in prayer.

The Table

God invites us to gather together at His table. Jesus is present in His body and blood, under simple bread and wine, to forgive our sins and strengthen our faith in Him. This sacred meal connects us to Jesus, and to all believers, in a preview of eternal feast to come.