Our primary ministry is public worship. It is the center of our life as a church and as individual followers of Christ. When we worship together we are serving the Lord, but we benefit too: He is powerfully present with us; our souls are strengthened by the means of grace, especially the preaching of Scripture; and we are encouraged by the fellowship of the saints.
In prayer we speak with God, cast our cares on him, ask for his mercies, and help to bear each other’s burdens.
Our prayer meetings are pretty informal. We read a little Scripture, explain our prayer requests to each other, then take turns praying aloud for our fellow believers, churches, missionaries, families, neighbors, nation, and more.
We usually have two midweek prayer meetings per month. Please check the calendar for details.
In-person ministry at our local county jail is currently suspended due to COVID-19. Yet we stay in touch with a few inmates and continue to pray for them.
Instead of regular meetings or programs, from time to time volunteers will schedule group outings for our school-age kids. In the past these have included camping trips, talent shows, Christmas caroling, and visits to nursing homes.
At 9:00 a.m. on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, Michael Morecraft leads a study on Romans at the church building.