Worship & Service Times
9:15 | Sunday School
10:30 | Worship
Evening Fellowship: See calendar for each Sunday
Tuesdays @ 9a.m.
5:30 | Fellowship Meal
6:00 | New Life
6:30 | Classroom Work
6:30 | Adult Bible Study
6:50 | Games
7:15 | Choir Practice
7th & 8th Grade - 2:30 p.m.
9th Grade - 7:00 p.m.
10:00 | Sew & Sews
Sr. High Youth Group
Wednesdays at 8pm
Sundays at 7pm
Come and Worship!
Category Archives: article
The third Sunday of January is recognized by churches across the nation as “Sanctity of Life Sunday,” and it is a great opportunity for us to recognize that God is the Author of life, and that we want to serve … Continue reading
Many Christians are raised to know the answers of their catechism questions. But the following reminder from Rev. Brian Cochran – minister of Redeemer Reformed Church in Canada – points out that our catechism questions are not merely for head … Continue reading
We are thankful for an amazing Lord’s Day yesterday! And with these blessings, we want to reflect Christ’s truth in our lives for the week ahead. Did you catch these articles for sanctifying your Sunday? If not, save these to … Continue reading
Sometimes, Christians are flooded with doubts about what we do and how they connect to what we experience. Do you ever feel this? Do you wonder if your sin and your sufferings are connected? Read the following insights and meditate … Continue reading
We had a wonderful Lord’s Day! Check out some of the pictures, as well as some resources below. Don’t forget, Sunday school is this Sunday at 9:15! The King Who Turned His CheekWhen we remember that Jesus is Lord of … Continue reading
In our most recent sermon, we considered the danger of comparison. As our nation – and especially churches – begin the slow process of recovery, we will be tempted to compare. Some churches will add more options more quickly; some … Continue reading
Many of us realize that playing the comparison game leads to disaster. When we try to measure ourselves, our families or spouses, or anything against what others have, this is often a surefire way to end up discouraged and disappointed. … Continue reading
I grew up in a Christian world where salvation was only found through one door: praying the sinner’s prayer. At church, Bible camp, VBS, Sunday school, and in my own home, it seemed that there was one unifying message: the … Continue reading
Many of you have asked about our congregation’s financial situation during the COVID-19 pandemic. First of all – thank you! What a joy for your Consistory and pastor to have a congregation that cares about stewarding God’s good gifts! This … Continue reading