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!
Tag Archives: Reformation
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
On this day we celebrate Martin Luther nailing the 95 Theses to a church door in Wittenburg, and the start of the Protestant Reformation. The benefits we enjoy from the Reformation are almost too many to count. Reading and hearing … Continue reading
History recounts that on October 31st, 1517, an Augustinian monk came to the castle door of Wittenberg, Germany. There, he nailed notes for disputation to the door to debate issues rising up within the Holy Catholic Church. The monk was … Continue reading
As many Protestant churches gather to give thanks for the past five hundred years of God’s grace, we too celebrated the recovery of Biblical truth in the Reformation. We were blessed with two presentations: Rev. Samuel Belz, of Bethany Evangelical … Continue reading
Yesterday we celebrated the triumph of biblical truth in God’s grace from the time of the Reformation. One of the key truths recovered in that time – referred to as the formal cause of the Reformation – was what has … Continue reading
Every October 31, Protestant churches celebrate God’s gracious work in the Reformation through men and women to call His people back to the truth. To help equip us in these important truths, Ligonier Ministries is offering a special Free Friday … Continue reading
Join us on Reformation Sunday this year to see how we are always reforming our worship to be in line with the Word of God. Our morning worship service will reflect the Genevan liturgy as we look at the Reformation … Continue reading
As a congregation that stands proudly in the tradition of the Protestant Reformation, we are grateful for an opportunity to remember God’s gracious kindness to His Church around the anniversary of the Reformation. On the Sunday closest to October 31, … Continue reading