Reopening June 7
Like all churches, we suspended our church gatherings for three months due to COVID-19. Like every other church, we are eager to reopen. We are happy to announce that we will resume our worship services on June 7. We will offer one worship gathering at 10:30 AM. We will not resume any other church gatherings, such as Bible studies and children's ministry, until a later date. Rest assured that we are following the recommendations of health officials of hygiene and social distancing and the best practices of other churches. We hope to see you soon.
Current Online Series
HOPE. We say it all the time. “I hope so” or “I hope things work out.” We hope a problem goes away and we hope tomorrow is a better day. But that’s just wishful thinking. Hope is more than that. Hope is more than optimism, fate, or good luck. True hope, biblical hope, is based on the promises of God. If God promised, it’s guaranteed. The lyrics of a new worship hymn ask the question, “What is our hope in life and death?” The resounding answer is “Christ alone! Christ alone!" Our hope in life and in death is Christ alone. Hope is trusting that He will help us in this life and trusting that He will get us to the next life. That’s why, as the Bible says, we “rejoice in hope!”