Some  Useful Details: 

We are honored that you have considered visiting our community of believers. Here are some things that our guests and visitors may want to know.
We look forward to seeing you soon.



Our well-staffed nursery is available for infants to toddlers up through 3 yr. old during every service. The nursery is located to your left as you enter the lobby from the parking lot. Should you need to attend to your child, a ladies lounge and a family restroom are available for your use.

Sunday School

Sunday School classes are available for all age groups.  Infants – 3 yr. in the nursery and lobby classroom, classes for 4 yr. and up are upstairs along with college-age, teens and the general adults classes. Senior adults meet in the auditorium for Sunday School, while young couples meet in the classroom behind the baptistry. Guests may see an usher in the lobby or Welcome Center for assistance finding their class.

Children’s Church

After Sunday School, you may choose to gather your children from their classroom OR (for 4 yr. – 4th grade) their teacher will lead them to the appropriate Children’s Church classroom for their age group for the duration of the 11 am service.  Please pick up your children from their classroom after the 11 am Worship Service. 


The Children’s Church classroom for ages 3 – 5 yr. olds is located directly across the lobby from the nursery. Grades 1st – 4th are upstairs (stairs on either side of the lobby). 5th graders through adults are invited to the auditorium for the main service.

Youth Group

Our youth group actively meets for fun and for ministry in a variety of opportunities. During the morning service the youth will remain in the main service, but on Sunday nights they meet down at our old chapel so they can have service then play various games, or talk around a camp fire. 


Our church choir, special music and congregational singing are traditional hymns along with gospel songs including both traditional and newer compositions, though not generally of the style commonly referred to as  ‘contemporary’.