Jesus told us, his disciples, to make disciples of all nations. One of the most important values of this church is our mission to the world. It begins in our own community, and spreads overseas to every nation. Church members are involved in a variety of ministries, some of which include:
Sunday School Classes
With over 20 classes for all ages and stages of life we have somewhere that you will fit right in. Classes need teachers and participants, so there is plenty of room to serve!
Love babies and serving others? Then add your name to the nursery workers list and help out with the little ones!
Adult Choir / Golden Chords
Have some musical talent, or just like making a joyful noise, we have lots of options.
Children’s Choir / Joyful Noises
These little ones certainly put a smile on God’s face. These groups meet for a season during the year to prepare for a program that can really bless your heart.
These teens are the future of our church. Our middle and high school students meet to strengthen their relationships with each other and God.
The ladies involved in the Woman’s Missionary Union meet monthly to do projects that help spread the love of Jesus. Their impact is amazing!
Kids matter to God. So we have a kids program for ages nursery-12th grade on Wednesday evenings during the school year. It consists of a meal, music, lesson, games and verse memorization.
This group meets for several weeks throughout the year to help those going through, or that have been through, the pains of divorce.
Affectionately known as the Sisters of the Skillet, these ladies plan meals for families after the loss of a loved one. They work to comfort them and provide extra support during these hard times.
Ushers / Watchmen
These folks help with greeting worshipers as they arrive, passing out bulletins, help with the offering, and ensure the security of the church during services.
Like working with technology? Then we have just the place for you to serve. Each service is broadcast and needs technicians to help with audio, cameras, and the presentation slides.
Prayer cannot be overestimated. Prayer moves the hand of God. Our Church is a body of believers dependent upon prayer, and committed to God’s sovereignty.