We love to have families worship together. Children need to hear that their sins are forgiven too.
In our services each week, we review a basic teaching of the Bible, from what we call our catechism. Our goal is to equip parents to be the primary influence in their youth’s spiritual development. In fact, each section of the catechism begins with “as the head of the household should teach his family.”
We’d love to partner with you and assist you and your family in your spiritual life!
Children and Worship
Most of us have or have had children and understand that sometimes it gets a bit hard for little ones to sit through a service. For many children, the very experience of the service is enough (the songs, the chanting, the sights, etc. are not only for the enjoyment and edification of adults, but children as well). But for others, we provide simple Bible-based books for them to keep occupied. And during the service, if your child does start to get fussy, you may take him or her into the fellowship hall, allow them to regain their composure, and then rejoin us in the service.
We have Sunday School every Sunday and we have various activities for the older children (5th grade and up) throughout the year. Our teens meet for a special activity and study once per month, in addition to attending the regular adult Bible Class on Sunday mornings.
Through instruction in the ancient, historical, and life-giving words of Scripture, we aim to foster Christian fellowship, love, and unity. Though we are small, we offer various Bible classes for different age groups:
Pre-K | 1st-3rd | 4th-5th | 6th-8th | Adult
We have leaders always on-hand to teach your children so you can join us in adult Bible class. Children’s classes meet upstairs.