Our church has ample free parking available on the property.
Plan Your Visit
Many members choose to dress neatly (ranging from business casual to formal suits) to distinguish the Sabbath worship from the rest of the week, but we believe coming to God with a willing mind and a sincere heart is most important. Come just as you are. We look forward to seeing you, not what you’re wearing.
|Prayer Meeting||9:00 AM|
|Sabbath School||9:45 AM - 10:45 AM|
|Worship Service||10:50 AM - 12:00 PM|
The main focus of our worship is to glorify God. Our congregation spans a diverse range of ages and backgrounds. Our service includes a combination of singing, studying the Bible and prayer, enabling you to connect with God in different ways. Our Greeter team will welcome you and give you a weekly worship bulletin outlining the service. Our Deacons are there to help you find a seat if you need it. Near the beginning, you will be encouraged to greet the people sitting around you, but no one will single you out as a visitor. Also, we don’t expect our visitors to give. So, feel free to let the offering plate pass by when it comes down your row. The lyrics of the songs we sing throughout the service are from the Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal.
To get a taste of a Sabbath morning worship service, visit the Sermons library to download, listen or watch a sermon.
Worship includes children, youth and young adults. The Worship service has a children’s story and each child is welcome. We have a children’s, teens’ and young adult’s Sabbath School. We also have a Kindergarten class and Cradle Roll class for newborns up to age 4. Parents are encouraged to join in and help their little ones to participate. If you have a little one who you would like to encourage to learn more about Jesus and his love for us, our Children’s Ministry and Youth Ministry programs are just the thing for you!
Every Saturday, we provide lunch and we encourage guests to stay. This is a great way to quickly get familiar with our church family and get answers to any questions you may have in a less formal setting.
1. We would love to see you again so please do come back again. You can find out about upcoming events and activities, or join us for our regular Sabbath program.
2. Talk to God whenever you can. He loves you and wants to have a relationship with you, so invite Him into your life.