Worship and Bible Study

9:30 am, Sunday School
10:45 am, Worship

6:00 pm, Bible Study (all ages)

11:30 am, Bible Study and 
Brown Bag Lunch

Holy Week 2017:

6:15 pm, Ash Wednesday
March 1
10:45 am, Palm Sunday
April 9
7 pm, Maundy Thursday
April 13
7 pm, Good Friday
April 14
10:45 am, Easter Sunday
April 16




Employment Opportunities

The liturgical season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday (March 1, 2017) and lasts until Holy Saturday (40 days).  During the season of Lent, many Christians observe a period of fasting, repentance, self-denial, moderation and spiritual discipline.  The purpose of Lent is to set aside a period of reflection on Jesus -his suffering and sacrifice.

 Worship services throughout Lent reflect this period of moderation byemphasizing prayer, contemplation, and reflection over traditional praise.  As such, a marked difference will be obvious in our worship.  Hymns, anthems, and special music will be more solemn in nature.  Doxologies and hymns of praise will be temporarily set aside. Preludes and offertories will be subdued and contemplative. The postlude will be replaced with a short, meditative instrumental song prior to the benediction to encourage personal prayer and reflection.

In preparation, take time to reflect and meditate on the words of two of our most beloved hymns - What Wondrous Love Is This (Hymn 171) and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Hymn 186).   We encourage you to prayerfully wander with us throughout the 40 days of Lent as we move toward the wonderment of Easter morning.   




Newly Elected Deacons for 2017

The Diaconate is pleased to announce our newly elected deacons for 2017 — Carrie Bearden, Jan Causey, Nancy Crothers and Charlie Thurman.  Nancy Crothers and Charlie Thurman were ordained during worship on Sunday, January 8, 2017. 

The 2017 Diaconate Officers are Carrie Bearden, Chair; Joyce Bell, Vice Chair; Lisa Grady, Secretary-Treasurer; and David Beverly, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer.

Thank you to these four who have answered the call to serve. Also, appreciation is given to John Condron, Kathy Leichty and Bettie McCormick for their dedicated service during their three-year term.




You are invited to join the Music Ministry as we share together music of the season!  There are many moods to the music of the season, from the wonderful old Advent Hymn, "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" to "The Little Drummer Boy," "Let There Be Peach on Earth," "Jingle Bells" and many other songs that call us to smile, laugh, ponder and worship a God of great music!  You will enjoy sounds of both old and new songs!  Come hear our Chancel Choir joined by instrumentalists and singers from other churches and musical organizations as we share together in some of the many different moods of Christmas!  Invite friends and family to join us!