And let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near. (Hebrews 10:23-24 NASB)


We have people from all stages of life, background and culture. We find our unity among this diversity in our shared trust in and love for Jesus Christ. Given our wide diversity in age, on any given Sunday you’ll find anything from jeans and sweatshirts to suits and ties. Please feel free to wear whatever you’re comfortable in. 


As those who have experienced God’s forgiveness, we love to sing His praises. Our music is a blend of the contemporary and the classic, all with the aim to express our love, gratitude, adoration and devotion to God for who He is and what He’s done. And though we typically have several musicians and vocalists leading us up front, our main “instrument” is the united singing of the saints. 


We believe God speaks to us through His word, and so we anticipate hearing from Him through the preached word. Our preaching is expositional, meaning the message of the text is the message of the sermon. Therefore, rather than hearing the preacher’s idea on a particular topic, his intent will be to simply teach and apply the bible to us. We hope and pray that upon hearing God’s word, you’ll encounter God Himself. 


We are dedicated to assisting families in training their children to love God, love people and make Him known. Our nursery is staffed by screened volunteers who provide care for newborns and toddlers (through 26 months) during our worship service at 10:30 am. Children are welcome to worship alongside their parents in church and are dismissed after several songs to go to their specific class. Using the Gospel Project, children have a fun and exciting time learning how Jesus Christ is seen throughout all of the Bible. Please feel free to ask one of the door greeters for direction on your first visit. 


Join us Sunday mornings at 10-10:30 for our fellowship time. Here you’ll find delicious pastries, hot coffee, tea and some great conversation. If it’s fall or winter, you’ll even find a crackling fire in our fire place! We would love to meet you there. 


On the first Sunday of each month, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, or Communion, together. In partaking of the cup and the bread, we remind each other of the given body and blood of Jesus which made possible our salvation, as well as our shared unity as a body. When the opportunity arises, we celebrate Baptism, which is the public depiction of a person’s unity with Christ, as we are buried with Him in death but raised to newness of life in His resurrection.