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We Invite You to Join Us Each Sunday @ 10:30 for Worship

Hey, this is Pastor Mark and I get it….

Sometimes you want to slip in the side door and sit in the back to check things out…..

You don’t want to be bothered or singled out….

You just want to sit and take it in, and then determine if this is a place for you….

If that’s you, and you want to visit, then we welcome you to come and worship with us anytime.

However….

There are some who prefer to be met at the front door and shown around the church facilities, given some background on the vision, missions and discipleship processes of the church, and be introduced around. 

If this sounds like you, then I’d enjoy the opportunity to meet you a little early and give you a tour, provide some background on the church, and answer any questions you might have. I’ll be sure to save a spot for you in our worship space and introduce you to a few folks. 

All you need to do is fill in the form below to let me know you’re coming so I can be prepared….

Plan Your Visit

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That’s it! Just let me know you’re coming….

Wear whatever is comfortable for you. We have a wide range of dress in our community.

Other than that….

You’ll want to arrive by 10:10 am, so we can have sufficient time before worship service begins.

I’ll see you Sunday!

Pastor Mark

Still Not Sure?  Test Drive a Couple Sermons Below

The Strongest Muscle in the Body – James 1

The Strongest Muscle in the Body – James 1

What is the strongest muscle in the body? Some of us will remember our biology class in which the instructor said the heart is the strongest muscle in the body. Others will recall physical fitness education in which the quadriceps and gluteus maximus was named the...

We Must Eat To Live – John 6

We Must Eat To Live – John 6

Some of us live so that we can eat, while others of us eat so that we may live. Jesus calls us into relationship with Him and each other through Holy Communion. And through this, Jesus becomes a part of us, and we a part of Him.

Times May Change – But God Doesn’t

Times May Change – But God Doesn’t

God and His Word are unchanging truths in our lives. The Apostle Paul lays out for us today in Ephesians 4, that at the core, Christians are called and expected to be different than others, and while that does create an 'us and them' mentality, it's not an us 'verses'...

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