Summer Worship Schedule
Sundays: June 2 through September 1

Summer Sundays are intentionally different than the rest of the year. We study one book of the Bible all summer long (this year: Hebrews). We merge our two services to develop community amongst members, which allows us to offer Bible Study on Sunday mornings. We also share a meal together.  Here's how it plays out: 

  • 9:30am - Bible Study

  • 10:30am - "Fusion" Worship Service
    Part Traditional + Part Contemporary = The Best of Both

  • Noon -  Potluck Lunch.
    On the last Sunday of each month (June 30, July 28, and August 25), the church will provide lunch for everyone.
VBS 2024
July 23 -24, 4:45pm - 7pm

Registration is open.  Click below to learn more or register your child.

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Sundays 8:30am - Liturgical Service

A classic service with full liturgy and hymns accompanied by organ and piano.

Sundays 10:30am - Contemporary Service

A contemporary service with music from the Praise Band and piano.


Children are welcome at all services! Nursery care is available for children 6 months to 4 years old at both services. Children can be checked into the nursery before services begin. We also offer classes for elementary aged children during our 10:30am service. Kids should join parents in the sanctuary and will be dismissed from the service to go to class with one of our teachers.

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“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
to the house of the God of Jacob;
that he may teach us his ways
and that we may walk in his paths.”

Micah 4:2