Sunday Morning Services
Our 9:00 a.m. service is a more casual service with contemporary Christian songs led by a praise band. It is held in the chapel/parlor. Children are welcome to remain in worship with their families. There is an activity area available with books, art supplies, and toys which allows you and your children to still be a part of worship.
Our 10:30 a.m. service is a traditional service held in the sanctuary. There is always excellent music offered by our organist/pianist, adult choir, handbell choir, or guest musicians. Children are invited to join their families in praise and worship or staffed childcare is available for infants through 3 years old downstairs in Rooms 107 and 109. There is a room located at the back of the sanctuary for parents with babies or small children to stay together and still see and hear the service. There is a special time of the service for the pastor to share a story or teach a concept specifically for children. Following this time children age 4 through 5th grade may attend Godly Play, remain with their parents, or make use of an activity table with books, art supplies, and crafts. Older kids also have the option to attend a class at this time.
Communion is served the first Sunday of every month and at other special services throughout the year. Holy Communion is open to everyone including children. You do not need to be a member of our church, or any church, to come to the table. Gluten-free bread is available at both services. If you choose not to receive Communion, simply remain seated when others go forward.
Have questions about our worship services? Read our FAQ.
Got Kids or Youth?
We are proud of our Godly Play and youth classes, and our growing middle school to senior high youth group. Our youth participate in annual family camps, summer camps, and a mission trip. We host Tot Spot, Tuesday and Thursday mornings, a program for parents and toddlers sponsored by the local community college.
Godly Play (Pre-K – 4th Grade)
Godly Play is a Montessori-style learning setting where children explore Bible stories with artifacts and hands-on engagement with a sense of wonder and creativity. Led by nationally-certified teachers with a passion for helping children use their imaginations.
Hey, Mid-Highs and High Schoolers!
T.B.D. focuses on the ongoing process of faith formation – especially in the lives of teenagers. So much curriculum centers around the idea that a high school student will magically come out on the other side with a complete picture of how they think theologically and practically for the rest of their lives
Topics include Prayer, Sin, Mission, and Salvation and last about four weeks each. These topics offer theological and practical applications in the lives of students. They likely have some opinions, some experiences, with these topics as well. All of that leads to a small group experience that fosters and encourages both conversation and growth.