We view our Sunday worship service as the most important gathering of the church body. Although many other activities take place during the week, our service and educational hour are a “touch-point” of worship, fellowship and instruction for our body. Because of the unique demographics of the area, the church includes many who travel and thus we find that our Sunday gatherings take on a vital role in the life of the church. We seek to craft God-centered, Christ-exalting, Scripture-saturated worship experience so as to lead the body toward a passion for God and His glory. We usually follow a theme from start to finish, with each element chosen to complete a package that is theologically sound, inspirational and practical. As in many churches, tastes in music style vary widely. Thus, our singing is a combination of lyrically solid music from both the past and present, put into fresh arrangements that resonate to a multi-generational congregation.
Sunday Worship Service – 10:15 am
Fellowship Time – 11:30 am
Bible Education Hour/Equipping Classes – 9:00 - 10:00 am
Adult Equipping Class - 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall
Teacher: Mark Kanko. Worldviews: The Secret Battle of Ideas Against God - There is a hidden battle of ideas being waged in our society. Our churches, our families and our youth are under a constant assault of powerful ideas intended to influence our thinking and shape our values. According to a recent Barna study, less than one in five practicing Christians have a biblical worldview. This class will ask and answer these questions: What is worldview? How does a worldview help us answer the biggest questions of life? Why is a biblical worldview so necessary to standing firm in a world system opposed to Christianity? We will look at five predominant worldviews in society, comparing and contrasting them to a biblical worldview, and then discuss implications. All are welcome to attend!