The top 10 questions that are asked about our church:

  1. How long is the service? Our Sunday service begins at 11:00 AM and ends around 12:30 PM. Our
  2. What about children? We have an elementary class for children who can read, through sixth grade.
  3. What’s the service like? Our service consists of some singing, yet we are not driven by music, but by the teaching of the Word. We have a time of announcements and prayer requests. The pastor will open the Bible and teach.
  4. How large is the church? We are not enamored with size, but want to minister to anyone who comes in the doors. If we are small (which we are), we are as content as if we are large.
  5. Will I be welcome? We try not to complicate church so you will feel welcome. We are not impressed with “excellence” but we do things decently and in order. We think that much of the talk about excellence has just resulted in churches putting on a well-crafted show. We just want to be family–loving each other, growing in the Lord, and serving in our community.
  6. Does the church promote a social gospel? We don’t think we can “advance the Kingdom.” We believe the Kingdom of God will come when the King comes. In the meantime, our job is to be faithful to the message of grace.
  7. Is the church controlling? We don’t have a long list of “dont's,” because a grocery list of “thou shalt not’s” doesn’t lead one to spiritual growth. We just teach the Bible, as written, and let it be our only guide for living. We are not legalistic.
  8. Will I be asked to give money? We don’t talk about money unless the verses we are teaching are about money. We have a small basket in the front of the church, and you can put in it whatever you desire, whenever you desire.
  9. How do people normally dress? Come as you are.
  10. Do I need to bring a Bible? If you have a Bible, bring one. It's always good to have a Bible of your own you can highlight and mark with notes. We have a stack of Bibles for use during the service. We also have Bibles for sale if you would like one of your own. Our pastor teaches from the King James Version because of its preciseness and accuracy, but we are not KJV only. Many use the New King James Version of the Bible, some use other English translations.