Close the Lord's Day with us in Worship
We believe that the Lord's Day is a time to be completely refreshed in the things of Christ. To that goal, we begin and end the day in a time of public worship.
Sunday Evening Worship is at 6:00 p.m.
We invite you to join us as we worship God through Jesus Christ on Sunday evening. It used to be common for believers to meet together later in the day on Sunday. We find evidence of this in the New Testament (Acts. 20:7).
Some think of Sunday as "family day" or a personal day. While we do believe that it is appropriate to find physical rest and enjoy family time, it is primarily the Lord's Day, and has been blessed and set apart by Him in a special way.
It is our conviction to continue this profitable Christian practice. We look forward to meeting you Sunday night as we search the scriptures and learn how to serve Christ together in His kingdom. Please join us for a great time of encouragement, prayer, Bible Study, and fellowship before you begin your week.
Heidelberg Catechism Question 103. What does God require in the fourth commandment? “In the first place, that the ministry of the Gospel and schools be maintained; and that I, especially on the day of rest, diligently attend church to learn the Word of God, to use the Holy Sacraments, to call publicly upon the Lord, and to give Christian alms. In the second place, that all the days of my life I rest from my evil works, allow the Lord to work in me by His Spirit, and thus begin in this life the everlasting Sabbath.”