Since the resurrection of Christ, the church has met together on Sundays to worship God together. In the book of Acts we read that the early church “continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” (Acts 2:42) At our Sunday services, we seek to follow the example of the first church.

We worship the Lord together in song and prayer. The style of our worship is fairly modern, though we play both newer songs and old hymns. We study God’s Word together verse by verse, believing that the whole Bible is given to us by God to reveal Jesus to us more. We also partake of communion together every Sunday, remembering our Savior’s sacrifice for us and experiencing His love anew through this act. We also encourage everyone at our services to remember that we are all ministers to one another and called to fellowship and pray for one another.

During our Sunday services, we also have children’s ministry available. To learn more about our children’s ministry, click here.