Sunday Worship @ 9:30am & 6:00pm

Adult Choir

High School age and above

Sunday mornings at 8:30am in the sanctuary (September through April)
Those who love to sing, gather on Sunday mornings before the service to learn songs that will be sung as a contribution to an upcoming worship service. With songs of worship, praise and dedication, we sing on behalf of the congregation and seek to impress God's Words of truth in our hearts and minds.

Adult Education

After morning worship in the Sanctuary (September through April)
Adult education classes periodically take place Sunday morning after the service. These education classes are usually two to four week mini-series that investigating a variety of topics including what we believe and the history of our church. Topics are announced in the bulletin a few weeks before the start of a class and everyone is welcome to come.

Gleaner's Forum

Adult Bible Study

Meets every other Wednesday at 7:00pm in the Fireside Room (September through April)
A Bible study with the focus on searching through the Bible for spiritual wisdom.  We open our time of study with singing and discussions take place in a combination of both small and large groups.  Open to couples and single adults. Visitors are always welcome and you are welcome to join any time during our season.

Friends in Faith

Singles and Couples in their 20's, 30's, 40's and 50's

One Friday per month (September - April)
Friends in Faith is a monthly gathering of adults that encourages fellowship and fun.  We have different activities, such as a Chili Cook-off, a Bunco tournament and Game Night.  A few times a year, kids are welcome to join our activity, such as when we go to the Pumpkinland Corn Maze or Christmas caroling. Friends in Faith is a great way to meet people and we welcome anyone to join our events throughout the year!

If you have questions about any of the above church ministries...

please call or email our church office (links below) for information and the contact information of the ministry's current leader.