A loving and caring church family, serving our Lord and our community.
— Wayne Miller (Minister)

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Worship

Our worship takes place in the main auditorium. Please, sit anywhere you would like as there are no assigned seats. Our services last roughly one hour. There are five major portions in our time of worship.

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Prayer

There will be multiple prayers during our worship. We just want to thank God and petition Him on behalf of our members, our family members, our country, and others. If we can pray for you, please let us know.   

(1 Timothy 2:1-8; Acts 2:42; 1 Thessalonians 5:17)

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Singing

An important part of our worship is congregational, a capella singing. We sing and offer our praises to God with out instruments, because that’s the example that was set for us in the New Testament. Please feel free to join in and sing with us! God doesn’t care if you have any singing ability - it’s the heart that matters. 

(Ephesians 5:18-20; Colossians 3:16)

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Lesson

A scripturally-based lesson is given so that we may learn and apply the Scriptures to our lives today.  At the end the lesson, there is a time for those who wish, to come forward for prayers, to respond for baptism, or any other need they may have. Please, don’t feel uncomfortable during this time, no one will be singled out. 

 (2 Timothy 4)

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Communion

Another important part of our worship is the Lord’s Supper, or communion. We do this every first day of the week. It was commanded by Jesus, so that we might remember His sacrifice on the cross for the remission of our sins. 

(Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 11:23-26)

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Giving

Immediately following communion, our members give in order to support the congregation and it’s ministries. As a guest, you are not expected to give.

 (I Corinthians 16:1-2; II Corinthians 9:7)


There are just a few more things we want to make sure you know about us.

- We are imperfect people.

- We believe that the Holy Bible, the Word of God is perfect and sufficient. It’s this belief that guides how we worship and live our daily lives.

- We love God, we love each other, and we love you.

(Romans 3:23; Matthew 22:36-40; 2 Timothy 3:16-17; James 1:22; John 14:15)