Welcome Home!

Whoever you are, wherever you are from, you are welcome here.

What to expect?

Nobody will make you feel out of place because  we don’t make guests stand up or stand out in any way.  In fact, we really do just want you to feel like you belong.  Expositional  Preaching and Teaching is our pastor's preferred method of communicating the unchangeable truths of God's Word! Our worship team strives to lead God's people to worship Christ with "psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs," as outlined in Scripture. Regular prayer and Scripture reading is also a part of our service.

We welcome you.

We don't care how you're dressed, how many tattoos you have, or what candidate you voted for. We're a church full of broken, imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable, and we're saving a seat for YOU!
“The Epistle to the Ephesians is a complete Body of Divinity. In the first chapter you have the doctrines of the gospel; in the next, you have the experience of the Christians; and before the Epistle is finished, you have the precepts of the Christian faith. Whosoever would see Christianity in one treatise, let him ‘read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest’ the Epistle to the Ephesians.” - Charles H. Spurgeon

"To know I am saved by grace liberates me from the pride of imagining I can save myself, and the terror of realizing that I can’t." - Richard Coekin

"The letter to the Ephesians is a marvelously concise, yet comprehensive summary of the Christian good news and its implications. Nobody can read it without being moved to wonder and worship, and challenged to consistency of life.” - John Stott

Current Sermon Series:

Ephesians: From Death to Life
This expositional series through Ephesians explores many big ideas as it relates to the orthodoxy and orthopraxy of God's people. We will dig into essential doctrines of God's sovereignty, redemption plan, grace, and our responsibility to love one another and pray. God has a divine plan to reconcile the world to himself, and He wants to use us to do it.

Basics About Ephesians
  • Who wrote it? Paul the apostle (Eph. 1:1). 
  • Where was it written? From Rome, where Paul was under house arrest (Acts 28:16, 30-31). 
  • To whom was it written? To the saints in the city of Ephesus in western Asia Minor (Eph. 1:1). 
  • When was it written? About AD 61, during Paul’s house arrest in Rome while he awaited a hearing before Caesar (Acts 28:16-31). 
  • Why was it written? To strengthen the doctrine and practice of the believers in Ephesus. 
  • What is its basic theme? Because believers have new life through Christ, they ought to live a new life through the Spirit.

Swindoll, Charles R.. Insights on Galatians, Ephesians (Swindoll's Living Insights New Testament Commentary Book 8) (p. 159).

Gathering Times

Sundays at 10am (Sunday School) & 11am (Worship) & 6pm
Wednesday Nights: 6pm