church1 We are pleased to have you "visit" our church.  We would love to have you follow up by visiting us in person.  Our mission is to "introduce people to Jesus Christ, to help them become faithful followers of Him, and to equip them to share His love with others," and we'd be glad to help you in any part of that journey into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.  Feel free to browse around, contact us through the contact page, or call the church office for more information.  And, of course, you would be most welcome to join us on Sunday mornings in worship.  We have three services: traditional services are at 8:15 & 11 am, and there is a contemporary service in between at 9:30 am. Sunday School for all ages also occurs at 9:30 am.  For the most up to date information about events and activities, use the Facebook link at the bottom of the page.  You can also find a link to our Twitter page below as well.

Recent Sermons

January 15: Baptism of the Lord Sunday

Six year old Jake spent the week with his grandmother. On Sunday, she took him to church. During the service, he saw a baby baptized. Afterward, he turned to his grandmother and said “My baptism was different.” She replied “Different churches have different ways of baptizing.” When Jake’s mother picked him up, his grandmother said…

December 25, 2016: Christmas

We Americans love convenience. Over the years, this love has resulted in things like fast food restaurants. When they weren’t convenient enough, drive through lanes were added so we didn’t even have to get out of the car. We created instant coffee, microwave dinners, and prepackaged snacks, and when that wasn’t convenient enough someone came…

Blue-Christmas

December 18. 2016: Blue Christmas

Years ago, Sandy and I went with a church group to Ellis Island. When we arrived, the person organizing the trip told everyone what time to be back at the dock so we could return to our bus before its scheduled departure time. But the time we were told was wrong; the time that had…

Wonder of Christmas

December 18, 2016: The Wonder of a Promise

After the Fall of the Iron Curtain, a man named Will Fish went to Moscow to work with orphans. In an article about his experience doing that work, Will described sharing the Christmas story with the children in one particular orphanage, many of them hearing it for the first time. When they were done, they…

Wonder of Christmas

December 11, 2016: The Wonder of a Manger

I’m sure he must have been surprised at where this road had taken him Cause never in a million lives would he have dreamed of Bethlehem And standing at the manger, he saw with his own eyes the message from the angel come to life And Joseph said: Why me? I’m just a simple man…

Wonder of Christmas

December 4, 2016: The Wonder of a Name

Each year, kindergarten teachers meet a crop of new children with names that were popular five years earlier. So far this year, the 3 most popular baby names for girls are Sophia, Emma, and Olivia. The three most popular names for boys are Jackson, Aiden, and Lucas. Each year kindergarten teachers also have children enter…