We believe that being part of the church community is integral to your spiritual life and growth. There are many ways you can get involved here outside of our weekly worship together.
Check out our event calendar to stay up to date on what's happening!
Adult Sunday School //
Sundays from 9am to 10am
We offer new classes every season where you can learn and grow in your faith. Our current classes are:
Children's Sunday School //
Sundays from 9am to 10am
We offer several options for Sunday School for your children.
- Nursery – newborn to 18 months
- Toddlers – 18 – 36 months
- Pre-School (3 to 5 year olds)
- Elementary (grades K-5)
Pre-School through 5th grade classes participate in a 20 minute “Big Group” session with all the children doing music and drama relating to the lesson of the day. The last half is a “Small Group” study where students are divided by grade level for age-appropriate lessons and activities.
Children's worship //
during the second half of the Sunday Service
We have programming/ worship services available for children during the Sunday Services.
- Pre-school ages 3-5: "Little Lovers of God"
- Grades 1 through 5: "Timothy Kids" (1 Timothy 4:12)
Adult Bible Study and Prayer
We meet every Wednesday at the church at 7:00pm for Bible study and prayer time.
Kids Faith Builders //
Wednesdays from 6:45pm to 8:00 pm during the school year
Our Faith Builders program is for children ages 2 to 12 and is focused on teaching our children about God through creative lessons, hands-on activities, and community service. Some of the things we do each year:
- Christmas caroling and distributing cookies
- East Egg Hunt
- "Beach party" in the winter to break from the cold and winter
- End of year celebration where children share what they've learned during the year and display their badges they've earned
Get to know our church community by joining a small group!
We have two prayer small groups, but would love to add more specialized groups for a wide range of people and situations. If you would like to join us or form a small group, please let us know via the form below.
We also offer men's, women's, and an over-50 (Best Years) ministries throughout the year.
Adult Sunday School Options
Life Lessons From Desert Wandering
We all have our deserts through which we wander in life. These are times when God seems distant, resources seem scarce, and we begin to lose hope. It is during these times, however, that God is trying to draw us closer to Him. For the people of Israel, their desert was quite literal. They had just escaped the clutches of Pharaoh in Egypt and were in a time of wandering in the wilderness of the Sinai Peninsula. For them it was easy to forget that God had delivered them from their slavery and it was He who was guiding them through the wilderness. In all of their difficulty, He never ceased to provide, protect, and care for His people. This same God is present with His people today and is always caring for them. In this course, we will learn of this great and faithful God who is with us even in our times of wandering.
When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada and Steven Estes
It’s easy to trust God when things are going our way and the world makes sense. But when suffering strikes--especially seemingly senseless suffering--we are filled with doubt and stunned by events spiraling beyond our control. In the midst of suffering, we often question the very foundation of our faith--our belief in the God who says He loves us. Since our trust and obedience rest on God’s character, the questions that life’s tragedies force us to face are difficult, even frightening. Who is God? Can He really be trusted? What are His purposes in the face of suffering? If He can stop suffering, why doesn’t he? Joni Eareckson Tada, a woman who has lived in a wheelchair for more than thirty years, and Steve Estes, a pastor and one of Joni’s closest friends, explore the answers. “When God Weeps” is not so much a book about suffering as it is about God. It tackles tough questions about heaven and hell, horrors and hardships, and why God allows suffering in this life. Through a panoramic overview of what the Bible says about suffering, the authors make clear who God is, why He permits so much heartache and pain, and how it is we can trust Him. With both a practical edge and heartfelt warmth, “When God Weeps” offers dependence on His love and mercy in spite of our doubts, fears, longings, and questions. It’s a message much needed. Despair and discouragement are rampant. At the same time, fewer people are able to balance God’s purposes and His mercies. Instead, attempting to avoid tragedy and suffering, many Christians confuse simple formulas for faith. But where does that leave the family who loses a son on a military mission? Or the young mother who isn’t healed of cancer? “When God Weeps” is for people like these . . . and for thousands more who need more -- much more -- than answers.