Spiritual Growth

Our congregation is focusing on Spiritual Growth in 2023. Visit our Spiritual Growth page to learn more about this initiative, and for resources to help you get started!

Sunday Live Stream

We stream our 10:30 service on Facebook Live and YouTube.

How to get involved


Sunday Service: 8am and 10:30am
Sunday Bible Study: 9:15am
Wednesday Service: 7pm


You are welcome here: just as you are. We invite you to join us for a service, ask questions, and explore your faith.


We have ministry opportunities for children, teens, young adults, families, and seniors to develop their faith and community.

Listen to a Sermon

Perfect Love Drives Out Fear (1 John 4:13-21)

What are you afraid of? What drives you? Fear often motivates us and motivates us by punishment. God’s perfect love drives out fear so you can live and love in confidence of forgiveness. Listen to this sermon based on 1 John 4:13-21.
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Connected to the True Vine (John 15:1-8)

How do we bear fruit for God? Where do we find power and meaning for life? Jesus teaches us its all about being connected to him, the True Vine that gives life! Listen to this sermon based on John 15.
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The LORD is my Shepherd (Psalm 23)

What do you lack in life? Maybe the better question to ask is, “What don’t I lack?” There are so many things we want and need to make life better. Jesus, our Shepherd, comes to us and shows us that we lack nothing because we have Him! Listen to this sermon based on Psalm 23.
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God Has Spoken His Truth About Living in the Light (1 John 1:5-2:2)

A sermon based on 1 John 1:5-2:2 to encourage us to walk in the light of the Word
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Everything is Going to Be OK (John 20:19-31)

Is everything really going to be ok? Because Jesus rose from the dead, the answer is definitively yes. Whether life is good or bad, whether peace or suffering, whether worry or fear, Jesus lives and brings you peace and eternal life. Everything is going to be ok. Listen to this sermon based on John 20.
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On Easter, We Look Ahead (Isaiah 25:6-9)

On Easter, we look ahead to our eternal life. We do so because God has destroyed death and has promised us life in Christ Jesus. Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 25
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