Spiritual Growth

Our congregation is focusing on Spiritual Growth in 2021. 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

The LORD Plants His Church (Acts 13:46-49)

The Lord plants his church through his Word. He does this both at home among his people and out among the world. Listen to this sermon based on Acts 13.
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It is Time for More of the Same From Our God (Galatians 4:4-7)

The new year brings time to reflect and see what needs to change. But what doesn’t change is our God, his promises, or his grace. As we enter the new year, we look for the wonderful same good news from our God. Listen to this sermon based on Galatians 4.
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Enjoy Your Family Christmas (Hebrews 2:10-18)

The holidays are a time to gather around family. Family can bring joy but family also can bring hardship, pain and shame. God has made us his family and is not ashamed to call us that. Listen to this sermon about your Christian family based on Hebrews 2.
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The Best Christmas Song of All Time (Luke 2:13-14)

What’s the best Christmas song? Many people have different opinions. But God shares with us the best song, the one the angels sang on the night Christ was born. Listen to why this is in this sermon based on Luke 2.
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Peace from an Unlikely Place (Micah 5:2-5a)

What did small town Bethlehem mean for the Israelites under attack? God pointed them ahead to the peace they would have in the promised Messiah. God points us back to Bethlehem this Christmas season to comfort us with the peace of Jesus, our Immanuel.
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God Calls His People To Rejoice (Zephaniah 3:14-17)

Life is hard. It can be tough to rejoice from tragedies to sorrows. Yet that is exactly what God calls you to do: Rejoice! For he has cleared aside your enemies and has removed your judgments.
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