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worship service

Join us for this brief four-week study as we examine the question, "Why do we Worship?" The goal is not to look at the means but rather the meaning of our worshiping our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Worship Services Classes for Children



Nicole Erwin

The Gospel Project take kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Kids will discover how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. When kids truly experience the gospel, their hearts are transformed. It is the gospel, not good behavior, that changes everything. We have classes for 1st-3rd grade and 4th-6th grade children, these children begin in the sanctuary and then are dismissed to class after worship before the sermon.



Lawanda Barnett

The children do a variety of things from play, to praying, to snack, and Bible time. This is for children 3 years old to 5 years old. Parents should plan to drop off their children to this room before church begins.



Patty Endres

Our Nursery is available during our Sunday morning service for children birth to age 35 months,  parents sign their child in at the beginning of the service. The nursery is a fun place for baby’s and toddlers to play during the service!


Sunday School Classes



Kirk Thomas

Adult Class

Sunday school hour is a great hour filled with a lot of interaction as we study the Word of God together.

Every generation approaches the world a bit differently, impacting their view of God, self, and neighbor. For young adults, major advances in technology and rapidly changing social and political landscapes have left us scrambling to find—or even define—truth. How do we adapt to cultural revolutions while remaining anchored to God’s unchanging word?


In this six-session series, author and pastor Ben Stuart will discuss the major areas in our lives that are directly impacted by modern culture. Discover God’s timeless wisdom for this generation and truths that will anchor us in Christ. 



Matt Barnett

Adult Class

Matt Barnett facilitates the downstairs Sunday School dealing with life and relationships. The Engagement Project's ten tours will again take us on a marvelous quest of seeking the face of God and, as best as He will allow, to gaze upon the Crown Jewel in His nature—a quest we hope and pray will deeply transform the Body of Christ.

 This will lead us to understand where we are in God’s Meta-Narrative and the incredible vision that He has entrusted the primary work of the Kingdom to the common, everyday Christian.


1st & 2nd KINGS

Pastor Matt Winters

7th-12th Grade

God made a covenant with Israel. God promised to always protect and provide for His people, provided that they would follow and obey him. To help them, God gave Israel political leaders (like David), institutions (like the temple), laws (the Torah), and prophets (like Elisha and Elijah) so that they could better and more faithfully obey God. However, Israel abandoned all of these things in favor of trusting political alliances with and the gods of other nations. As a result, God, removed His protection and provision, and Israel died in exile. God was no longer bound to the covenant He made. But the book of Kings was written to convince Israel that God would bring them back to life, even after their nation, kings, prophets, and temple had all died or been destroyed. God would be still be faithful despite their broken covenant. We will see a lot of different kings throughout the book and none of them will be the kind of King that Israel ultimately needs. Each time we see another flawed leader, we are aware that we need God to provide a different kind of king - we need King Jesus.



Wanda Group

1st-6th grade

Our dedicated set of volunteers want to help your kids dig deep into God's Word! Using a book-by-book format, every session brings the Bible to life through rich study and engaging Bible objects, equips kids with foundational Bible knowledge and skills, and encourages them to live what they learn everywhere they go. There are 2 separate classes going through this study that take place, one is for 1st-3rd grade and the other is 4th-6th grade children.





This for students 7th-12th grade, we meet in the room above the gymnasium. A  typical Wednesday night consist of games, food, teaching and small groups!



This for children 3 years old to 6th grade for more information click the link below.

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