Who are we? We are people growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, study, fellowship, and service. We strive to live out of love for him, for one another, and for our community, because he first loved us. In everything we do, we aim to advance Jesus' life-giving kingdom, believing that the Church belongs to him, and that he has promised, "I will build my Church," and,  "I am with you always, to the end of the age." We welcome anyone to join us in discovering who Jesus is and what it looks like to follow him today.



Reformed? Presbyterian? As a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, we are part of the historic Christian Church, agreeing with the Apostles', Nicene, Athanasian, and Chalcedonian creeds. We subscribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith and catechisms, but the basis for all we do, believe, and teach is the Bible alone. Reformed refers to this commitment to the Bible, and to its good news that we are saved solely because of God's grace in Christ received by faith. Presbyterian refers to our church governance by a plurality of elders.


What can you expect when you visit? Expect a warm welcome. Our hour of worship looks like this: Portions of the Bible are read and explained in their relevance to life; we sing other portions of Scripture meant to be sung in praise to God (the Psalms); we pray for each other's needs, our world, and our community, and we give thanks to God for his many good gifts. You'll also see God's goodness displayed in Baptism and the Lord's Supper. If it all seems strange or foreign to you, don't worry: we're all just learning how to worship God, but there is great blessing as we do. We hope you'll visit!