Worship is a time set apart in the week by the Third Commandment – Keep the Sabbath Day holy – is a time to make you holy before the God the Father. Worship means setting apart, cleaning, and bringing you before God the Father through His teachings and sacraments. He brings us into the holy through His body, blood, and words. We treasure this Word and learn of it. In other words, Worship is not something we do for God, but what God does for us and has finished the redemption. We trust in His words given by Christ when He tells us, “There is nothing for you to do to be saved; it is a gift given to you.” Indeed, the first part of Worship is “worth – meaning being shaped, bent towards, or the opposite of (sin).” In Worship, you are cleansed before the Lord. Worship, therefore, is purification of a sinner.
1st and 3rd Sunday - Service with communion
2nd and 4th Sunday - Regular worship
5th Sunday - no Adult or Youth Bible Study with 9 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Fellowship
9:00 AM Adult and Youth Bibile Study
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM Service
Communion served to all baptized believers.