Whether you're a new Christian or just new to the church, we welcome you into our family. Please feel free to ask any questions to any one of the pastors or deacons in the church. If you just joined the church you will soon receive a welcome packet. Browse through the packet and find the list of available ministries you can get involved with. You will soon be contacted by mail for a meeting to help determine where your spiritual gifts can best be applied in God's body. If you're not a member but want to know more about the church, we'll be happy to meet with you to talk about our beliefs, our mission, and our core values. We are also interested in listening to what you would like to see in a church. So let's talk. Contact Us
"To exist to know Christ more fully each day and to make him known to others."
We do this leading people to Jesus, developing them to maturity, equipping them for ministry, releasing them to make disciples of others."People can recognize the way Christians love others. It's different than what is experienced in the world. As a church, we are continuously striving for relationships that build a strong community and help us grow in our love for Jesus. Click on the links to discover our vision, what we believe, and who we are. We invite you to join us as we grow in Christ.
Who is God? Now that you have established that God exists, it's important to discover who that God is. There are many "versions" of God throughout our various cultures and philosophies of living. Also, if the biblical texts contain truth, what do they say about God. Check it out!
When we are not feeling well, or have lost our job, or when some calamity sticks us, we tend to forget to thank God. The truth of the matter is that we have a tendency to only thank God when things are going well or we have received something from God. But being thankful is not a result of some event in our lives. Thankfulness is an attitude that is within us. If we are thankful, then we will thank God when things are bad as well as when things are going well. The story of the 10 lepers teaches us that if are not thankful to God before good things happen to us, then we won’t be thankful to him after good things happen.