Worship Service Schedule

Please come and join us! All are welcome to worship and fellowship with us as we give praise to God!

Hymn Sing
Worship Service

9:15 am
9:30 am - 10:30 am

Coffee Fellowship Time following the worship service in Fellowship Hall
Sunday School for all ages 10:45 am - 11:45 am

Acolyte and Powerpoint Schedule November - December 2017

Acolyte and Powerpoint Schedule September - October 2017

Liturgist Schedule October - December 2017


Sunday School

Classes are available for all ages from 10:45am - 11:45am on Sundays. New members and visitors are always welcome!
A Fellowship Time is also held in the Fellowship Hall between worship and Sunday School. Click here to see a building map.

Class Name Location Details
Children's Classes

Cressey Room
(Upstairs Fellowship Hall)

We have classes for children of all ages that provide a fun, hands-on, bible-based foundation for children learning about Christianity and how it applies to their daily life.

Youth and Young Adults

Cremer Lounge
(Downstairs Fellowship Hall)

6th grade through College age
Explore what the Bible has to offer on various topics and pressures facing youth today. Open discussion and sharing can help youth make sense of a complex world and arm them to make good choices.
Koinonia Matthews Room
(Upstairs Fellowship Hall)
Koinonia uses a round-table discussion style and teacher-led discussions to explore the Bible and other faith-based books. They discover how to better live out their faith by applying scripture to the world today.
Jolly Mixers

Camellia Room
in Fellowship Hall)

The Jolly Mixers was organized to encourage senior adults to participate in Bible study, fellowship and to serve Christ and the community. This class is made up of people 55 and older, all ages are welcome. They have several ongoing projects and keep in touch with the needs of their fellow class members and church members.

Nursery Care

Nursery care is provided all morning in the Education Building. Our nursery attendants provide loving care for your infants and small children. They have been background checked, and have CPR training. Your children will enjoy their time in the nursery!

Junior Church

After the Children's Moment (about halfway through the worship service) the children are invited to go out for Children's Church. This includes a Bible lesson and is usually accompanied by a craft project. Junior Church is followed by Sunday School classes.

Other Opportunities for Children and Youth

Each year, the children present an Annual Christmas Play that tells the message of Christ's birth and God's love for us. There are parts for all who wish to participate: speaking parts, supporting parts, singing parts, and backstage roles.

Vacation Bible School is an annual adventure that helps kids explore Bible truths in a fun and exciting way. VBS is usually held in early summer, Monday through Thursday in the early evening (it is cooler, and working adults can also participate). Children 4 years old through 5th grade are invited to participate, and children in 6th - 8th grades can be reporters that help publish a daily VBS newsletter.

Our district has many outstanding Summer Camps. There are choices for all age levels starting with third grade. Each camp provides a chance to fellowship and learn about God in a beautiful outdoor setting.

Youth going into 7th grade through finishing 12th grade should consider Sierra Service Project. The Sierra Service Project organizes construction and repair projects on Native American homes, and now has urban sites as well. Sierra Service Project (SSP) has been providing spiritually enriching youth service experiences for teenagers since 1975. In the process, they have improved the housing conditions and affected the lives of hundreds of families living in marginalized urban communities, and on Native American reservations and rancherias in the Western United States. Throughout the years, countless bonds of friendship and love have been created. This is a richly rewarding combination of camp and selfless service.

College age youth and young adults should consider the Central America Mission Trip with Sierra Service Project. Individuals can also register for this powerful two week session. College credit may be available.

For more information about any of these programs, please contact the office or Deborah Davidson .


Click here to see a building map