In accord with our theme “To God alone be glory,” worship is the most important part of a believing response to God. Likewise, if God is to be truly honored by our worship, that worship must conform to the rule of His Word. We do not consider ourselves free to invent forms of worship which may simply appeal to us. Rather, we seek to worship only in the way which we know is acceptable to God. We therefore cling to the simplicity of Biblical worship. Essentially this means that the preaching of God’s Word is given a central place, and we respond to God with our prayers, songs and gifts. Although believers must worship God privately as well as in their families, God promises His special presence among His people, the church, when they gather for worship in the Name of Christ. God has set aside one day of the week, Sunday, or The Lord’s Day, as a day of rest from daily work to be devoted in a special way to His worship. (See HC, Lord’s Day (LD) 25 & 38; BC, Article 7).
11:00am and 6:30pm every Sunday.
Sunday School commences at 9:45am during the months of September through the middle of June.