Classes are taught for kindergarten through adult. The children’s classes use our covenantal catechism material which traces through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.
As a time of informal group singing, prayer and Bible study, we enjoy fellowship together bi-weekly on Wednesday evenings in member’s homes.
The pastor, in conjunction with the parents, instructs the youth weekly in Biblical doctrine and our Confessional Standards, as well as in church history.
In conjunction with the observance of the Lord’s Supper ordinarily on the first Sunday of every month, following the worship service we enjoy a fellowship meal together with seasonal themes.
The pastor, elders, and deacons engage annually in family visits, informally meeting in the homes of each family in the congregation, focusing on a particular passage of Scripture, and seeking to edify God’s people through reading, prayer, counsel, encouragement, and admonition.
Meeting monthly, the purpose is to provide a regular forum for group fellowship among the women of the church; coordinate social functions of the church; minister to the widows of the church through visitation and communication with the deacons for various needs; and promote opportunities for service to other individuals, families, and organizations.
Meeting regularly on Friday evenings, this is a get-together for the younger folks as an opportunity for a variety of activities. (scroll down to learn more)