New Sermon Series Begins Sunday!

Sunday, January 29th • 10:00 a.m.

Join us for worship at 10:00 am, either in-person or streaming live on Facebook, as we begin our sermon series, What’s Broken Can Be Mended. On Sunday, we will examine What’s Broken Can Be Mended: Wouldn’t You Rather Hear….

The Beatitudes are a series of promises, or blessings, from God to people who are struggling with life, grief, poverty, injustice, hopelessness. But let’s be honest…not one of us desires to go through any of these things. Wouldn’t we rather hear that we don’t have to, ever? Wouldn’t that be a better promise?

But none of us are promised a life free of struggle. So what is God’s promise, and how can we trust that it’s there when we need it the most?

Baptism Class Begins Sunday, February 19th

Baptism class begins February 19th for those 5th grade and up who are interested in learning more about baptism. Tabatha will lead the class on Sunday evenings from 5-6:30 pm.

On April 16th, class members will have the option to be baptized or confirm their infant baptism if they desire to do so. Those who have been through baptism class in the past but did not get baptized are also welcome to join us either for the full class or on April 16th for baptism and confirmations.

Join Us for Worship on Sunday

Join us for worship at 10:00 am, either in-person or streaming live on Facebook, as we continue our sermon series, Say Yes to Rest. On Sunday, we will examine Say Yes to Rest: Sabbath as Escape.

Sabbath interrupts our routines and helps us reset our bodies, minds, and spirits into a healthier space. Whether our lives are comfortable or difficult there are always things we need to escape from, even just temporarily. We already know we could all use a break, but what we struggle with is how to take that break. We think we can’t take a break until all our tasks are finished, but that’s impossible. There’s a never-ending list of things we need to finish. Perhaps instead we could think of Sabbath as a resting place along our journey of life—and that’s where we find what we need to be able to continue on that journey.

Baptism Class Begins Sunday, February 19th

Baptism class begins February 19th for those 5th grade and up who are interested in learning more about baptism. Tabatha will lead the class on Sunday evenings from 5-6:30 pm.

On April 16th, class members will have the option to be baptized or confirm their infant baptism if they desire to do so. Those who have been through baptism class in the past but did not get baptized are also welcome to join us either for the full class or on April 16th for baptism and confirmations.

Say Yes to Rest Sermon Series Continues Sunday

Sunday, January 15th • 10:00 am

Join us for worship at 10:00 am, either in-person or streaming live on Facebook, as we continue our sermon series, Say Yes to Rest. On Sunday, we will examine Say Yes to Rest: Sabbath as Resistance.

We live in a culture where more is often never enough and we fill our days with the anxious and restless pursuit of more…more stuff, more activities, more accolades, more work. How do we understand that production is not our life’s work? How do we stop consuming our lives and live in a way that recognizes the value of our relationships with one another?

God created a day of rest and asks us to honor it…can we do that in today’s culture and how would it change our lives for the better?

Thank You Morgan!


We are so appreciative of the gifts Morgan has shared with all of us as our Youth Director, she has done a wonderful job! Recently she accepted a full-time internship and will no longer be able to serve as our Youth Director. We will still see her around the church and volunteering with the church band as she is able. So, it’s not goodbye really, but certainly a celebration of her gifts, abilities, and her future
possibilities.

Morgan, even though we’ll miss your work with the youth, we celebrate your exciting news and all the possibilities of your bright future!!

Baptism Class Begins February 12th

Baptism class will begin February 12th for those 5th grade and up who are interested in learning more about baptism. Tabatha will lead the class on Sunday evenings from 5-6:30 pm.

On April 16th, class members will have the option to be baptized or confirm their infant baptism if they desire to do so. Those who have been through baptism class in the past but did not get baptized are also welcome to join us either for the full class or on April 16th for baptism and confirmations.

New Sermon Series Begins Sunday

Sunday, January 8th • 10:00 am

Join us for worship at 10:00 am, either in-person or streaming live on Facebook, as we begin our sermon series, Say Yes to Rest.

Do you ever feel as if you’re schedule is too full, too busy? That you’re anxiously and hurriedly running through life, never able to quite catch up on all you need to do? How do you get it all done? Do you know anyone, yourself included, who is not tired?

We’re not meant to be constantly busy. While we’re meant to live our lives as fully as possible that also means regular and intentional rest for our bodies, minds, and souls. It’s not easy to let go of all the internal and external demands on our time. But what if there’s a better way? A way that God’s built into our lives that can help us do what needs to be done and also protects our mental health?

Join Us for Christmas Eve Service

Saturday, December 24th • 5:30 p.m.

Start your family holiday celebration by remembering the reason for the season! Join us for a casual, family friendly, Christmas Eve worship service with Christmas music, candle lighting, and communion for all people who desire to receive it without any exceptions. No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

Christmas Morning Worship

Sunday, December 25th • 10:00 a.m.

Join us Sunday, December 25th at 10:00 a.m., in person or streaming live on Facebook, for a casual, family friendly, Christmas Day worship service with Christmas music and communion for all people.