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: Reformed theology
This Sunday, our adult Bible study will gather, and we want to ask an important question: can we get along with Lutherans?! With tongue firmly in cheek, many of us work, live, and labor alongside Lutheran relatives, neighbors, and co-workers. … Continue reading
Yesterday in our adult Sunday school class, we continued studying the Scriptures for our doctrine of salvation (soteriology), especially how redemption is applied to us by the Holy Spirit under what the Bible calls sanctification. Do you know how understanding … Continue reading
This autumn, we are praying that the Lord God Almighty would do a powerful thing in the hearts of our ladies who gather to study His Word together! Starting on Thursday, September 20th, ladies will gather at 7pm to study … Continue reading
One of our adult Sunday school classes has been working through the biblical book of Revelation, learning about eschatology (“end times”), and what Christians ought to believe and practice to be faithful to the Lord Almighty in those challenging times. … Continue reading
Two organizations that Christians ought to be thankful for are Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research. We have long heralded Ligonier’s devotion to Reformed resources and growing healthy Christians through the teaching ministry of R.C. Sproul. Now these two ministries have … 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
What does the New York Times know about our faith out in the Midwest?! Surely, we don’t want to listen to them, right?!! Amazingly, even the NYT is following just how many Christians are finding out about the importance of … Continue reading
Not too long ago we ran resources on songs and hymns. A commenter pointed out that one of the links is not working, so here is the article republished for you! Enjoy! Why Young People Are Returning To Old Hymn … 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
1. Call youth to a commitment to God. Our primary responsibility is to teach our youth the promises, privileges, and responsibilities of the Covenant of Grace. This includes the understanding that faith must be their own. A confirmation of their faith is … Continue reading