Come join us in worshiping God! We are a close knit family of Bible-believing Christians who trust in our promise keeping Lord who reveals Himself to us in His Word.
As Christians we believe that in this life we are all struggling sojourners, saved by faith in Christ alone, yet we are truly works in process. We do not claim to be a people who are “put together.” So, we draw near with the church throughout the ages (Heb. 12) as a New Israel (Eph. 3:4-6) to worship a gracious and great King who has redeemed and cares for His people. We worship our Lord in reverence desiring to walk in light of the second commandment, having in His worship those things which we see as explicitly commanded.
As part of the United Reformed Church we find our roots in the Reformation. This simply means that we trace our history back a little over 500 years to when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the church doors in Wittenberg to “reform” the church to be more consistent with God’s Word. '
We understand that meeting a group of people for the first time can be intimidating and so what can you expect?
First, you will notice that we have a rather ordered and God-honoring worship service. We come to church on the Lord’s day to worship God, and we believe he is a God of order. If you have questions about why we worship the way we do, please feel free to ask.
Second, we believe that children are a part of God’s covenant family. This is not to say that they are “born again” or “regenerate,” but are members of God’s covenant (Acts. 2:39; 1 Cor. 7:14; Eph. 6:1-4), and we welcome them to worship with us. We have rooms where both nursing mothers and parents with young children can see and/or hear the worship service without feeling uncomfortable or without having concerns about being a distraction.
Third, we have refreshments and a time of fellowship after our morning service. This is a great opportunity to get to know our congregation, ask questions, and give us the privilege to welcome you. Please join us every Sunday at 10 am and 6 pm to worship the King and enjoy fellowship with other Christians!