The 10:15 AM worship is in the sanctuary.
It is rooted in traditions of faith while being broadly inclusive.

Some things to know:

The sanctuary is located on the upper level of the church building.  (You will need to use the stairs or elevator if you park on the east or south side).

You can expect to see folks dressed in everything from casual wear and blue jeans to what a few call “proper church attire” at our service.

Our professionally staffed nursery is available for infants and toddlers downstairs. You can find out more by clicking here.

During service, your children between age Pre-K to 3rd grade are welcome to join us for Children’s worship. They will be invited during service to go towards the back to meet with the worship leader. They will return later in the service for communion.

We have audio assistance devices and large print hymnals for those who may need it.

If you are a visitor, you can get more information and receive a free gift by visiting our welcome desk. Click here for more information!

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It’s not just a new year, but an entirely new decade. Which means new opportunity and endless possibility for you, for the church and for the world. But, do you see it? What do you see these days? Dead ends or new opportunities? Scarcity or abundance? Hopelessness or hopefulness? According to ophthalmologists, 20/20 is perfect vision. According to scripture, perfect vision is seeing through the lens of faith. As we begin implementation of our visioning plan in this new year, what are we focusing on?
January 19, 2019
Wholesale or Retail
John 1:29-42
Rev. Nathan C. Brown
January 26, 2019
Obstacles or Opportunities
Matthew 4:12-23
Bryant Gibson
February 2, 2019
Curses or Blessings
Matthew 5:1-12
Rev. Nathan C. Brown
February 9, 2019
Command or Commissioning
Matthew 5:13-20
Rev. Nathan C. Brown
February 16, 2019
Enemies or Neighbors
Matthew 5:38-48
Rev. Nathan C. Brown