Welcome to our community!

Sunday Worship Update

We have resumed in-person services in our church. Our services are Wednesdays at 7 PM and Sunday mornings at 8 & 10:30 AM.

We will continue to heed to the government's guidelines when it comes to cleanliness, distancing, and prevention. With that, please consider the following:

  • We will be spread out in the sanctuary
  • Hand sanitizer is available.
  • While face masks are not mandatory, they are welcome.

If you are feeling unwell, we encourage you to stay home and join us online for the 10:30 AM service on Facebook or YouTube.

Sunday Live Stream

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

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!

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 Himself Will Provide (Genesis 22:1-18)

Abraham faced a big test, where did he look to help him through the impossible? He looked to the LORD who would provide. Where do you look? The answer is the same: The LORD who will provide. Listen to this sermon based on Genesis 22.
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It’s Glorious to See Jesus and His Work (Mark 9:2-10)

Jesus showed his glory to three of his disciples on the mountain. He shows his glory to us in his work. Listen to this sermon based on Mark 9.
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Look for Jesus in His Mission (Mark 1:29-39)

Where do you look to find Jesus? Is it the fixing of your problems? Look for Jesus in his mission to save you and see what he has done for you.
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See Amazing Grace in the Ministry of Jesus, in His Teaching, and in His Power (Mark 1:21-28)

Jesus demonstrates his amazing grace as he teaches and shows his power over the devil. He continues to give you this same amazing grace through his Word and Sacraments.
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The Call of Christ (Mark 1:14-20)

Jesus calls us to be disciples. His Word and his call drive away fear and give us a holy purpose for our lives. Listen to this sermon based on Mark 1.
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Jesus Calls Us To Come, To Share, and To See (John 1:43-51)

When Jesus called his first disciples, he already gave them a purpose: to tell others about him. When Jesus calls us to be his disciples, he gives us that same purpose to share and to see.
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