God is Love. This is how God showed his love among us:

He sent his one and only son into the world that we might live through him.

1 John 4:8-9

You are loved. You are welcomed.

Each week we gather on Sundays to teach, sing about, celebrate, and learn to live in light of a God who loved us so much that he would do anything to be in relationship with us. We believe he literally entered into all of the messiest parts of the human existence - ultimately even an unjust death - to demonstrate his love, claim victory over all that is broken in our world, and to invite us into life . . . life to the full.

Perhaps what you have been taught about God looks different than this? We invite you to consider that the Bible means what it says when it tells us that Jesus - a loving God in the flesh - is the exact representation of God. (Hebrews 1:3) And we would love to have you join us as we learn to receive this love and live in light of it.

Regardless of your past or present, your doubts, questions, baggage, fears, or desires. God loves you and welcomes you. He does it perfectly. We aim to offer you the same love and welcome, although we know - despite our best efforts - that our welcome is imperfect. You are loved and welcome, though.

The following represents our typical Sunday experience, which has been on hiatus since our COVID pandemic began. What we currently offer will depend on current pandemic restrictions and the availability of volunteer staff.

Sunday morning is a family experience. We have specific children's classes for early walkers/talkers, those who exploring and asking more questions (appx 2 1/2 - 4), and SK to grade 4. Those in grades 4-8 are also dismissed to their own class. All of our teachers and leaders screened through criminal reference checks and our Child and Youth Protection Policy. If you have a little one in arms, we have a comfortable nursing/playroom just off of our main space where you can sit in comfort and listen to the service while getting some level of privacy.