We extend a cordial welcome to all who come here to worship our wonderful covenant God. Our services are in the morning at 10 AM and in the evening at 6 PM. Please fellowship with us also following the service in the Fellowship Hall.
Coffee Break Bible Study is a community Bible study for women of all ages. It is open to all women from any church or those who do not have a church. No previous Bible knowledge is necessary.
Coffee Break meets during the school year, September through May. Come and enjoy the fellowship, and grow in the knowledge and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Please join the group as they meet every Tuesday 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM.
If you desire to partake of the Lord's Supper, we ask that you honor our practice for visitor participation. If you are able to affirm the following three statements and have requested permission from an elder, you are welcome to join us at the table of the Lord.
1. I have been baptized into the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (as an infant or as an adult).
2. I have publically professed my faith in Christ alone for salvation in agreement with the articles of the Christian faith as outlined in the Apostles’ Creed.
3. I am presently a member in good standing of a protestant congregation that bears the marks of a true church; that is, a congregation wherein the governing elders assure that the pure doctrine of the gospel is preached, the pure administration of the sacraments as instituted by Christ are maintained, and church discipline is exercised.
If you believe in Jesus, but are not connected to His church in the above ways; or if you are not sure whether you have been saved by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone; then please let the elements pass by. If you have questions about our communion practice or about your relationship to Christ’s church, please speak with an elder.
Please note that the serving tray includes wine and juice. Grape juice is in the inner ring. Red wine is in the outer rings.
Please wait to partake of the elements until the entire congregation has been served and the minister calls us to partake together.