Welcome

If you do not have a church home we hope that you will consider becoming a part of our church family. One of the best ways to get to know this community is by sharing in the variety of opportunities for learning and fellowship. We have provided this website to allow those unfamiliar with our family to learn more. Further, this website is intended to create better communication with our family. Faith is a warm and friendly place to see God at work and experience the message of Jesus Christ. We are a church dedicated to building a faith community. If there is anyway in which we can make you feel at home here, please do not hesitate to call or contact us via e-mail.

Holy Week Services:

Palm Sunday 10AM, Maundy Thursday 7PM, Good Friday open church (see below) 7AM-7PM.  Easter Sunday 10AM

Walk with Jesus,  A Good Friday Meditation

good_friday.jpgThe events of Holy week are one of the most dramatic and important Bible stories. Beginning with the triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday where cries of Hosanna greet Jesus, and the powerful are already plotting his end. It’s the week of the Last Supper and the first Communion. Of betrayal and loneliness, but also commitment and promise. Jesus alone praying to his father, but not alone, facing what he must do. Humanity doing its worst, while God does his best. Only by walking with Jesus through Holy Week and into Good Friday, can we truly be ready for Easter and what it can mean in our lives. This year we have a wonderful opportunity to do this as our church presents meditation with interactive stations that tell of the important events through Good Friday we can touch, pray over, and bring back with us things to help us focus on this special story. It is also a great opportunity to share with our children. The church will be open Good Friday from 7AM to 7PM. Come when you can, go at your own pace.

In the New Year.. Come and See!

But what is that we bring to the New Year? The same hopes and dreams accompanied by fears and regrets? Resolutions with reservations… Can we expect more this year? Can it really be different? We believe the answer is absolutely yes! Not because of our power, but the power of God and his work through us. When Jesus was gathering his disciples, Philip who had joined went to get his friend Nathanael who openly scoffed that Philip’s Jesus was that special. Philip said come and see. Nathanael did, and became one of the twelve disciples. Come and see. It’s that simple and that complex. We need to come and see what God can offer and what we can offer God in the New Year. We don’t need to understand, or even be full of faith, but we need to come and see! And to ask others to come and see. So this year, we invite you to come and see .