The following ministries seek to help us to grow together in Christ-likeness and joyfully serve Him as we carry out His mission.
What is a Community Group?
A community group is a small group of people who gather during the week in order to minister to each other. We meet in various locations during the week to encourage each other, discuss the Bible together, and pray for one another.
Why join one?
God has built into us a need for other people (Gen.2:18; Eccl.4:9-11). Friendships are a good and necessary part of life, but most of our friendships don’t go very deep. The Bible describes a kind of relationship that goes beyond the surface. It involves sharing life with others and caring for one another’s souls. Community Groups exist for this reason. They are a place where we can encourage each other (Heb.10:23-25), guard one another’s souls (Heb.3:12-13), and pray and read God’s word together (Eph.6:17-18). Community Groups cultivate relationships that are good for your soul.
How do I join one?
Contact us for more information about Community Groups, including when and where they meet.
Our adult Sunday School meets year round. Before Sunday Worship, we do an in-depth study, usually through a given book of the Bible. We examine its context, discover God’s intended meaning from the text, and apply that to our own life situations and our life together as the church.
As John Piper has said, “Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” Our very reason for existence is to bring glory and praise to our Lord through worship. There are many, though, who do not worship Christ; therefore, our desire is to spread the knowledge of Him wherever it does not exist. We do this in our neighborhoods, our city, and around the world.