Weekly Services

Sunday
SChool

9:00-10:00AM

Our Sunday School classes focus on biblical, theological, and practical instruction in a setting which allows for questions and discussion. Nursery is provided for ages 0-3. Click class titles for more details.

Class

Fall (Sep-Nov)

Winter (Dec-Feb)

GP: "In the Beginning"

Gospel Project Younger Kids Curriculum: Vol.1 "In the Beginning"
From God’s great work in creation to his growing of a nation that would proclaim his glory, “In the Beginning” walks our kids through the foundation of man’s rebellion and Christ’s wonderful offer of redemption.

Teachers: Diana Morris and Sarah Moxley

Location: Blue Room Downstairs

GP: "Out of Egypt"

Gospel Project Younger Kids Curriculum: Vol.2 "Out of Egypt"
As the message of God’s good purposes progresses from the story of Joseph to the exodus of his people from Egypt, our children will marvel at the holiness of God and their great need for a savior in the man Jesus Christ.

Teachers: still needed

Location: Blue Room Downstairs

GP: "In the Beginning"

Gospel Project Older Kid's Curriculum: Vol.1 "In the Beginning"
From God’s great work in creation to his growing of a nation that would proclaim his glory, “In the Beginning” walks our kids through the foundation of man’s rebellion and Christ’s wonderful offer of redemption.

Teachers: Alex and Bethany Labrinos

Location: Red Room Downstairs

GP: "Out of Egypt"

Gospel Project Older Kids Curriculum: Vol.2 "Out of Egypt"
As the message of God’s good purposes progresses from the story of Joseph to the exodus of his people from Egypt, our children will marvel at the holiness of God and their great need for a savior in the man Jesus Christ.

Teachers: Jennifer Scruggs and Andrew Hodge

Location: Red Room Downstairs

Creation/Worldview Part 1

The goals of this course (which begins this quarter and will then be picked up again in the Spring quarter ) are 1) to build a biblical worldview 2) to remove stumbling blocks to faith that have come along through secular teachings that contradict Scripture and 3) (most importantly) to know better the Creator through what He has made.

Teachers: Don and Sheila Richardson

Location: Downstairs Fellowship Hall

New City Catechism Part 1

Teachers: Pat and Patty Rannigan

Location: Yellow Room Downstairs

Inductive Study of Matthew

We'll be continuing our inductive study through the gospel of Matthew. Please join us for this discussion-oriented class as we work verse-by-verse through the life and teachings of Jesus and strive to faithfully interpret and apply God's word to our lives. Currently we're in chapter 13

Teacher: Ben Bullard

Location: Kitchen

Inductive Study of Matthew

We'll be continuing our inductive study through the gospel of Matthew. Please join us for this discussion-oriented class as we work verse-by-verse through the life and teachings of Jesus and strive to faithfully interpret and apply God's word to our lives.

Teacher: Ben Bullard

Location: Kitchen

Global Christian History

Global Christian History: American Christians too often think of the history of Christianity only in terms of Europe and the U.S. But Christ's church exists throughout the world. The church has been established, grown or shrunk, and moved towards or away from purity in different ways in different countries. In each region, the church faces its own particular challenges. What’s the state of Christianity around the world and how did it get that way? We’ll look at the church in China, sub-Saharan Africa, India, and Brazil — countries which represent more than half the world’s population — one area per week.

Teacher: Brian Davis

Location: Fellowship Hall Large Classroom

Unity in Diversity

Teacher: Brian Davis

Location: Fellowship Hall Large Classroom

Lifeway

Teacher: Anne Evick

Location: Fellowship Hall Small Classroom

Lifeway

Teacher: Anne Evick

Location: Fellowship Hall Small Classroom

Offered in Oct

Teachers: Andrew Garland and Keith Goad

Location: Classroom B along upstairs hallway

Offered in Jan

Teacher: Brian Davis

Location: Classroom B along upstairs hallway


Sunday
Service

10:30AM-12:00PM

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At this service we sing, pray, practice the ordinances, and hear God’s word read and preached. We strive to make this service evangelistic and welcoming to visitors, while simultaneously ensuring that the saints are built-up and well-fed. Above all, we want to offer worship that’s pleasing and acceptable to God, so we strive to do everything according to Scripture.

We usually preach series of expositional sermons through books of the Bible, and we sing a blend of theologically rich hymns and songs in which the voice of the congregation is the primary “instrument.” Our prayers are led from the front, and focus on praise, confession, and requests oriented to the glory of God. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every first Sunday of the month, and invite all to stay for a pot-luck lunch following those services.

Nursery is provided for ages 0-3 and (during the sermon) a program called Praise Factory for ages 4-7.

***ASL translation provided***

Bulletin | 1 Samuel 2:12-3:21

Preaching Schedule


Prayer
Service

Sun 5:00-6:00PM

At this service we have a prolonged time of corporate prayer in which members pray in turn from their seats. We provide a printed prayer list with requests for spiritual growth, evangelism, missions, and other needs. We also hear member testimonies, ministry updates, and a brief teaching—either a topical teaching by one of the elders or else a devotional preached by one of the men in the church. Among other things, these devotionals are one of the ways our church seeks to train aspiring leaders to grow as teachers of God’s word.

Nursery is provided for ages 0-3 and a program called Foundations for ages 4-12.

***ASL translation available upon request***

Prayer List (Members Only)


Other Services

Members
Meetings

3rd Sundays
6:00-7:00 PM

At members’ meetings we add and release members, elect officers, give updates, make decisions, and corporately discuss any other matters pertinent to the welfare and direction of the church. Members’ meetings are for members only, and we consider attendance at these meetings an extremely important part of membership.

Members Meeting Summaries (Members Only)


Special
Services

See Calendar

Holidays often provide a good opportunity to invite friends and family to church who wouldn’t otherwise attend, so we make our Easter Sunday and Christmas Eve services especially evangelistic, and we regularly host a Carols Service in December. We often host Good Friday, Christmas Day, and Reformation Day services as well, and occasionally plan extra services when hosting an outside speaker. Please see our calendar for information about any upcoming special services.

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