What to Expect When You Visit

We are a small multi-generational and multi-racial church who welcomes all people to participate together in a community of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. We are not perfect people. Together we pursue what it means to believe in Jesus Christ and how that translates into everyday life. Every Sunday, we want all who attend to feel at home among family.


When you arrive:

  1. Park in the Staff parking lot located on the south side of the High School (the far right parking lot as you look at the high school from the highway)
  2. Use either of two entrances identified with blue banners that read "Welcome"
  3. Once inside, you will see a "Welcome Center" table. Our volunteers will be there to greet you and assist you

Sunday morning activities and lengths of time:

  • Small Group Bible Study for all ages (9:00 am) lasts for one hour
  • Coffee, water, juice, milk and an assortment of snacks are available (10:00-10:30 am)
  • Worship (10:30 am) usually lasts for one hour

What to Wear:

Come as you are. We are a casual group with a variety of attire. From shorts and t-shirts to occasional suits and dresses. Our Pastor usually wears long pants and an open-collared shirt.

What the worship service is like:

Our music style is a blend of traditional with some contemporary. We have a worship team who lead us with live music (currently - keyboard, acoustic guitar, bass, flute and saxophone). We are always looking to add people to the team.

During the service, we collect an offering. You are not obligated or expected to give. This is completely up to you. The money collected is used to support missionaries, to help people in need, to help us share the good news of Jesus with our community, nation and world, to provide opportunities for spiritual growth, and to pay bills and staff. An offering plate is passed in the service, but there is no pressure for you to give.

On most Sundays, we have a children's time in the morning worship service when children 5th grade and younger are invited to come to the front for about 5 minutes. During that time, they will hear a story along with a message from one of our leaders that connects with the morning sermon. All children are invited, but if your child does not feel comfortable doing this, they can remain with you at your seat. No pressure.

The sermons are a study of the Bible and are usually in a series. These series address certain topics relevant to everyday life, to the teachings of God's word, to what it means to be a follower of Christ.