Our church is currently in transition as we work to finish transforming our
sanctuary to one that can be used for both contemporary and traditional church services. We are beginning the process of finding a minister to grace our church with both a Contemporary and a Traditional service. In the meantime, a former minister, Bill Getman, along with others will be leading services in our Fellowship Hall.
Our worship services are a reflection of our beliefs as we approach God with both reverence and praise.
Our mission is a simple one:
To follow Christ's great commission, and not only be disciples, but to share the love of Jesus Christ with others as they also become disciples of our risen lord.
We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be, by the Holy Spirit, the unique and authoritative witness to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior in the Church universal and God’s Word to us. The Scriptures reveal God’s grace and call the church to be reformed and always reforming according to the Word of God in the power of the Spirit.
We believe in the holy Trinity. God has revealed Himself to be three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in the one Godhead. We believe God is able to do all things which are consistent with His holy nature and will. He has unlimited power over nature, human life, and the course of history. His will cannot be ultimately frustrated. Consequently, we believe there is no area of human relationship, endeavor, or culture that is outside God’s domain.
We believe Jesus Christ came to deliver us from our bondage to sin and its condemnation by fulfilling the requirements of God’s law on our behalf. During His earthly ministry He proclaimed the arrival of God’s kingdom on earth and performed miracles that attested to His deity and power. He presented Himself as the final, complete sacrifice for our sin by His death on a Roman cross. There He died for each of his people in their place. By His bodily resurrection from the grave, He not only conquered sin and death for us, but has also given us the promise, that all who believe and trust on Him, shall experience the same redemption of their bodies on the Last Day.