What To Expect
If you're new to church, it can seem like we're speaking another language when we start using church lingo. We don't expect you to know what everything means, or how it all works. We've all been there and remember what it's like. Take the time to ask us any questions you have, we'd be happy to help.
Whether you want to have your child baptized or you are an adult who discovered the teachings of Jesus during a difficult time in your life, we baptize anyone who recognizes Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
The Lord's Supper is celebrated at least once a month as a symbol of our cleansing of sin, renewing our commitments to Him and connecting with each other.
Communion is served on the Lord's table, not a Presbyterian table, so you do not need to be a Presbyterian to partake in the communion elements.
Worship services are interpreted in American Sign Language by Frances Beaurivage, a professional interpreter for more than 20 years as part of our deaf ministry.
A staffed nursery is available to infants/pre-school through kindergarten during Sunday school (9:15 - 10:15 am) and worship services (10:30 am - 11:30 am).
The Perks coffee corner is the hub for just about everyone young and old(er). We offer fair trade coffee, tea and hot chocolate beginning at 9:30 Sunday mornings. Stop by and start your day with a relaxing cup of coffee and some friendly conversation or grab a cup before you head to your Sunday School class.
Environmentally Friendly & Fair Trade
Our mission of having an impact on the world goes beyond the ministry of the church and includes treating the environment and people with respect.
New Member Class
Member classes are held as needed for those considering joining the church or wanting to know more about what it means to know Jesus Christ and be a member of the church.