“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


  • Personal Finance for the Clueless and Curious
    1. Teacher: Jake George
    2. Location: B4
    3. Description: This class will give us the chance to address the often taboo subject of personal finances. The goal is to create a safe space to ask questions, learn together, and have group conversations about personal finance!
    4. When: AM
  • Teach Us to Pray: Desiring and Practicing Prayer
    1. Teacher: Greg Burdette & Andy Moore
    2. Location: Fellowship Hall
    3. Description: One of the great barometers of spiritual life and health in a believer is their prayer life. This is because prayer is pure theology; we are no longer speaking to friends or neighbors about God; instead, we are talking directly to him. What do we really believe about him? What do we think he is like? How do we relate to him? Answers to all of these questions are reflected in how and why we pray.
       This class will focus on the “how” (the practice of prayer) and the “why” (the desire to pray). Using Scripture, outside resources, and those who are mature in prayer in our own community, this class will have participants engage in prayer and confront the barriers that we have to pray. By the end, our hope is that we will be on a path toward a deep and rich prayer life.

      When: AM

  • Redefining Success: A Study of the Life and Work of Jeremiah
    1. Teacher: Rev. Dr. Rodger Woodworth
    2. Location: Conference Room
    3. Description: Cornelius Plantigna Jr. wrote, “We do not want suffering; we want success… We don’t like leper’s or losers very well; we prefer climbers and comers… the temptation to be conformed to this world is desperately sweet and strong.” (Not the Way it’s Suppose to Be: A Breviary of Sin)
      Success is most often defined by achievements, acquisitions and acclamations.  Success is the good life; it’s coveted, copied and chased after.  Yet by these measurements Jeremiah was not successful.  Where do we find the courage to be successful in God’s eyes and not succumb to our culture’s successism?  Maybe we can find the answer as we learn from and discuss the life and ministry of God’s servant Jeremiah.
    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