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Sunday morning attendance is between 100 and 250 adults. Dress trends are generally fairly casual to business-casual, though you can find anything from jeans and shorts to suits. People are friendly, so don't be afraid to introduce yourself, and remember to stop by our Newcomers table in the foyer.
We meet in several buildings and rooms on Sunday morning. Below are our service times and where each service is located.
|Service||Start Time||Location & Entrance|
|Sunday School for children from nursery to grade 6||
9:30am to 10:15 am
Children's check-in opens at 9am in the west wing of the church beside Luther Hall. Enter from the church courtyard's west doors, from there directions to each classroom will be provided or ask our volunteer at the desk!
|Children's Music Ministry||10:15am to 10:30am||
This is part of the children's ministry where they will be brought to the fellowship hall to sing songs and pray. This will conclude at 10:30am and parents will pick up all their children from the fellowship hall prior to the main service starting at 10:45am.
|Adult Elective Classes||9:30am to 10:15am||
Three classes will be offered, you are able to pick which class you would like to be a part of.
Evangelism to equip you, encourage you and exhort you to be disciple-makers. God can and will give us abundant grace to be faithful in telling others about His Son.
New Testament Overview is a Bible Overview class that shows Promises Kept in the New Testament. Books like Hebrews, Acts, Matthew, Mark, John, Luke, Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians and Philippians will be explored. This class will be held in the church Fellowship Hall downstairs.
Jump Start is a class which is designed to help ground us in the foundational disciplines of the Christian life. This class meets through the west doors from the courtyard in the church office.
Good Friday Service
10:45 a.m. service starts
Our service formally begins at 10:45am, led most often by a pastor. During this time, we sing several songs, offer prayers of praise and confession to God, then hear God's Word preached.
Join us March 30th for our Good Friday Service. All are welcome to come and rejoice with us in our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Join us April 1st for our Easter Service. He Is Risen.
Sunday School takes place for both children (from nursery aged children to children in grade 6) and adults. During this time, we host an option of Adult Elective Classes that you can attend, most junior high students attend one of these options as well. These classes will run from September to June and all are welcome to join in this education hour, help us to comprehend the subtle intricacies and overarching truths of our God and the theology, ministry, and history He has authored.
We utilize a check-in system for children's classes, so if you have children, you may want to arrive a few minutes earlier to get them checked-in (9:00am is when this opens) and settled in their respective classes with their teachers from there. At 10:15 the children are lead down to the Fellowship Hall to sing songs and pray. At this same time the parents elective classes end and they can go listen to them sing and pray if they like in the fellowship hall. At 10:30am parents will pick-up and check-out their children from the children's ministry prior to making their way to the Sanctuary for our main worship service.
We begin our main worship service at 10:45am with all of our deliberate attention focused upon the living God!
After an opening greeting and a few announcements, one of our elders will begin the worship service by reading from a Scripture text as a summons for us to turn our hearts Godward.
This opening meditation is followed by songs and hymns of praise sung to guitar and/or piano or flute accompaniment. Many of the hymn lyrics are from earlier centuries set to new arrangements. The lyrics are projected on the screen at the front since we do not have printed hymnals available.
Parents with small children can check in their children at the check in desk through the west entrance doors beside Luther Hall. There is a volunteer there to help answer any questions you may have. Nursery and Children's Catechism Classes are offered during the main service at the point of the 4th worship song. Parents can bring their chidlren to the nursery on the second floor or to the catechism class downstairs in next to the fellowship hall. Nursery is made available for babies and toddlers up to age 3 and catechism class is geared for chidlren 3-5 years. In this class the children are taught one question each week from the New City Catechism. This question is in the bulletin each week. Children over the age of 5 are encouraged to join the adults during the main service.
A message from the Scriptures is given that aims to exposit (i.e. expose, or unpack) what the passage is saying.
We conclude the service with another hymn and a parting benediction.
An easy transition toward informal conversation rounds out our time together.
For anyone not able to attend in person, our main service is streamed live for remote viewing.
Our tradition is to "proclaim the Lord's death until he comes" (1 Cor 11:23-26) by partaking in the Lord's Supper, remembering the Lord together on the first Sunday of every month at the beginning of the main service preceding the preaching of the Word. All believers who do believe and trust in Jesus Christ, partake in the Lord's Supper.
It always a joy to observe those who proclaim their union with Christ in his death and resurrection by being baptized (Romans 6:3-5). Our practice is to periodically have a "Baptism Sunday" throughout the year, where we will hear the testimonies from those being baptized during the main service and then will move outside to the church courtyard after the main service is over to observe the public profession of faith.
Daily Walk and Community Groups
Throughout the week we seek Christ and live obediently to him in our various callings and settings. In so doing we aim to testify concerning the rule and reign of God in this world by the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Smaller groups by region, called "Community Groups", typically meet bi-weekly as a time of informal prayer, study, fellowship and a family potluck meal together.
To get connected to a community group or to learn more, visit our Community Groups page.