Welcome friend. We are glad you are here to learn more about us. Whether you are looking for a place to belong, worship, grow, learn, or explore....we are pleased to have you. Here are a few of the most common questions we receive. It's a great place to start.
We believe that we were created by God to "Live and Love Like Jesus." As a United Methodist congregation, we have an obligation to bear a faithful Christian witness to Jesus Christ, the living reality at the center of the Church’s life and witness. To fulfill this obligation, we reflect critically on our biblical and theological inheritance, striving to express faithfully the witness we make in our own time.
Our Sunday Schedule
10:00 am Discipleship hour for both Sunday school classes and small groups
10:10 am (1st Sundays only) Alive, a ministry production for the whole family, meets in the Fellowship Hall
11:00 am Worship service in the Sanctuary
Our Style Of Worship
Our style of worship can best be described as a blended format of contemporary and traditional elements. We celebrate together by singing contemporary praise songs and from the UM Hymnal. We seek to offer a variety of worship elements that reflect the diversity of our congregation. This means on a typical Sunday we may sing a favorite song from a hymnal or learn a new song on the projection screen. We ask people to simply "expect anything" since we are blessed to have a variety of musical/worship preferences in our congregation.
What Should I Wear?
Whatever makes you comfortable! For some that may be everyday casual. For others that may mean wearing your "Sunday Best." Just being here is what is important to us.
What About My Children?
We offer a variety of environments for the whole family. During our worship services we offer several environments for children. During the 10:00 hour we offer a variety of learning environments. Click here to learn more about "The Garden" our ministry for children.
Who Is Your Lead Minister?
Our lead minister is the Rev. James Grubb. You can learn more about Pastor Grubb by clicking here.