Current Focus Verse

2 "I will make you into a great nation and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. 3 I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you."Genesis 12:2-3

Worship Service 11:00 a.m.

June 26: Genesis 11:27-12:9: Foundation and Mission, Abrahamic Covenant

July 3: Genesis 12:10-13:4: Godly man with ungodly actions

July 10: Genesis 13:5-18: The Promise of the Promised Land

July 17: Genesis 14:1-24: Battle of the 9 kings, Melchizedek

July 24: Genesis 15:1-21: Second Abrahamic Covenant

July 31: Genesis 16:1-16: Rushing God’s Promise

August 7: Genesis 17:1-27: Third Abrahamic Covenant

August 14: Genesis 18:1-15: Entertaining God

August 21: Genesis 18:16-33: Will a man Bargain with God?

August 28: Genesis 19:1-38: Sodom & Gomorrah to Moabites & Ammonites

September 4: Genesis 20:1-18: Revisiting Sin

The Lord's Supper if offered on the 1st Sunday of each month and is open to all Christ Followers of like faith and practice, who view the Lord's Supper as a symbolic memorial. Gluten Free elements are served at all observances of the Lord's Supper.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.


Taught by: Fred Foster

June 26: Divided - 1 Kings 11:1-13

July 3: Return - 1 Kings 12:6-19

July 10: Proven - 1 Kings 15:9-22

July 17: Hope - 1 Kings 18:25-39

July 24: God Heals- 2 Kings 5:1-14

July 31: God Provides - 2 Kings 7:1-15

August 7: God Honors - 2 Kings 12:4-16

August 14: God Judges - 2 Kings 17:7-20

August 21: God Hears - 2 Kings 19:10-19, 32-34

August 28: God Moves - 2 Kings 22:8-20


Children (Grades K-5) - Guardians of Truth

Taught by: Amy Finkenbinder

Youth (Grades 6-9)

Taught by: Sherry Jewell

Wednesday Service

June 29th: 1 Corinthians 5

Corinthians Study 1st-3rd/4th Wednesday

Requested Topics - Last Wednesday of the month

An interactive discussion on how God's word applies to our lives.

Latest Recordings

Handouts and recordings of recent events (sermons, classes, etc.) are available at

COVID-19 Precautions (Updated February 13, 2022)

Official Mask Policy

Masks are optional on the east side of the sanctuary but required while seated on the west side of the sanctuary. In the classrooms and hallways, masks will be considered optional unless a person specifically requests masks and there is no space to socially distance. Those not wearing masks will avoid close contact with those wearing masks unless the person wearing a mask indicates their willingness for closer contact. If the CDC or other government authorities determine that masks are no longer necessary then the church will waive all mask policies. If the CDC or other government authorities recommend higher restrictions based on medical fact, the church will revisit the policy.


The east side of the sanctuary is on the right side as you enter, the west side is on the left as you enter.

If something makes you uncomfortable, please talk to the person involved before bringing it to someone else (per Matthew 18, but recognize that disagreement is not the same as sin).  Talking to someone else does no good for the situation nor for the health of the church body. 

If you have questions, please contact Pastor Kevin or see a member of the leadership council.

Pastor Kevin with his wife Amy and children (from oldest to youngest) Isaiah, Asa, and Hannah
Pastor Kevin, wife Amy,
children (oldest to youngest) Isaiah, Asa, and Hannah

Welcome Pastor Kevin

On June 28th our church voted to call Kevin Finkenbinder as our new pastor.  While he has been here for several months in a pulpit supply capacity, we are excited to have him in a permanent position.

While Kevin's duties are beginning immediately, his first official sermon as pastor will be July 12th to allow him to bid farewell to members of his former church on July 5th.

Read more about Pastor Kevin.