“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” –Acts 2:42

Our vision is to present the life changing love of Jesus Christ, in order that people may come to know Christ as their Lord and Savior, grow as Christ’s disciples, and serve Christ in the church and in the world.

Each Sunday at 9:45am and 6:15pm we meet to equip you to worship God more deeply through prayer and scripture

 

  • You Can Read the Bible: Beauty and Worship
    1. Teacher: Matt Carter
    2. Location: Fellowship Hall
    3. Description: This is the course that follows our popular Bible reading program You Can Read the Bible, and this fall we cover the New Testament. Our focus is on growing as disciples of Christ. We discuss the Bible in ways that are personally meaningful and honestly relate the Bible to our own lives. We’ll use the short book Beauty and Worship in This World as a conversation starter. Absolutely everyone is welcome at any time!
    4. When: AM
  • How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
    1. Teacher: Dave Moore
    2. Location: Conference Room
    3. Description: This course concludes our study of the book How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth. You’ll learn the basic timeline and geography of the Bible, study the unique aspects of each Biblical genre, and explore the amazing storylines that are packed in this amazing book. My hope is that you’ll grow in both desire for, and understanding of, God’s Word.
    4. When: AM
  • Comfortable Christians in a Challenging Culture
    1. Teacher: Rev. Dr. Rodger Woodworth
    2. Location: Basement Classroom
    3. Description: This course is an in-depth study of 2 Peter. Has Christianity settled into a comfortable syncretism of theological and ideological views that have left us with a diminished and powerless gospel? The Apostle Peter wrote his second letter to address such questions, addressing a complacency and false teaching that had infiltrated the church. His answer was to embrace the nonnegotiable truth of the Christian faith, while warning the church and offering hope for the future. Upholding the truth of the gospel and living out the character of Christ in the public realm is rarely comfortable yet it is the way God most often transforms us and makes His Kingdom visible.
    4. When: AM
  • Evening Spiritual Growth Class
    1. Teacher: Jeff Nine
    2. Location: Fellowship Hall
    3. Description: During this brief (15-20 minutes) class, we will discuss the passages and points of today’s sermon. We will meet directly after the service. Everyone attending the 5pm service is warmly invited and encouraged to attend.
    4. When: PM