How Do I Meet People?

Our church is not a place for spectators. It is a place for “belonging”  to a “team.” Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant and growing church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow with this church.
Small Groups and Adult activities
An Advent Study for all The Redemption of Scrooge.

In The Redemption of Scrooge, we will examine Dickens’s classic novel, making connections between the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and the story that Christians tell during Advent and Christmas. In four sessions, the study looks at the story and themes of A Christmas Carol: 

  1. Bah! Humbug! 
  2. The Remembrance of Christmas Past
  3. The Life of Christmas Present
  4. The Hope of Christmas Future 


In these four sessions, we will look at how we can draw important truths from the past, present, and future about brokenness and redemption and the Advent themes of hope, peace, love, and joy.
The youth will do the same study but separate. Great talk time on the drive home.  After the last session, please stay and watch A Christmas Carol with us. See you then.

Youth Ministry

Each Sunday morning, children and youth get to participate in their own class or group. Any teenager may choose between youth and the sermon.  Bible lessons related to the sermon are taught by Amy in such a way that every child of every age gets to participate and learn. Each of the youth assistants is carefully screened and thoroughly trained in children’s instruction as is the leader. The youth ministry of our church is recognized for their meaningful interaction with kids. Amy, our youth leader, will be seeking ordination to become the youth pastor or associate pastor and has been called and trained for this role.
Summertime will be outdoor games and play most Sundays

Young Adults

Life can get complicated once you cross that nebulous threshold into adulthood. There are complicated decisions. Bigger stakes. Serious relationships. And a whole lot more decisions. The young adults join an inter-generational group in order to experience wisdom of love from others and become knowledgable about worship and the world.