Church Life


Peter replied “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. The promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off — for all whom the Lord our God will call.” Acts 2:38-40.

Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist in the Jordan River with these words: “You are my beloved, with you I am well pleased.”

Baptism is one of two sacraments given by Jesus during his lifetime. In baptism we heed God’s call and claim on our lives knowing we are not our own, but God’s.

Baptism is offered to all children and adults and is held during a worship service with the congregation as witnesses. The congregation pledges to “walk with the child and parents” into the future promising love, help, and prayer. Similar promises are made at the time of adult baptism.

Baptism involves the entire congregation. It is a glorious and happy celebration. If you desire baptism for yourself or your child please call the church office or the pastor for a conversation about this Blessed Sacrament. It would be our great privilege to perform this sacrament for you.


While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples saying: “Take and eat; this is my body.”


Then He took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them saying, “Drink from it, all of you.  This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.” Matthew 26:26-28.

Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, was instituted by Jesus to recall and proclaim the love He poured out from the cross.  His followers are nourished by His real spiritual presence, encouraged by the sign and seal of His promises, that He has come near, and He has come in peace. 

Fellowship Hour

Fellowship is held every Sunday after our Sunday Service downstairs in Fellowship Hall.  It’s a great opportunity to meet and greet each other, 

Please join us!

Bible Study

Bible Study sessions are held on Wednesday morning at 11:00am and Men’s Bible Study sessions are held on Thursday morning at 7:30am.

Women’s Fellowship

Becoming W.I.S.E. Women Fellowship


W.I.S.E. Women meets from 1:30-2;30pm on the second Tuesday of each month in the church’s conference room for fellowship and Bible study. This group is open to adult women of all ages – we would love to see you there! Zoom option available. Please email the church office for more details if needed. 


Grief Support for Bereaved Parents Group.


W.I.S.E. Women



Proverbs 31:26

She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue.”


I am frequently asked, “What is the WISE Women’s Group?”  “What do you do when you meet?” “Do you do anything for the church?”


When confronted with these questions, I have to honestly say that I have a difficult time answering them without tripping over my tongue. So I’ve pulled together some good and long overdue descriptions from reputable sources which I’ll share here.


The first one is from  Women’s ministries provide women with an opportunity to study God’s word, serve other’s, and give and receive biblically sound support.  Simply put, a women’s ministry is women connecting with women and encouraging their walk with Christ. 


The second is from  “JOY Women’s Fellowship” or insert ( WISE Women Fellowship) is designed to (1) encourage women to grow in their faith and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, (2) develop closer relationships with other women, (3) provide opportunities to serve, and (4) reach others for Christ. 


The third addresses small groups and is from Healthy small groups are an intentional gathering of people who agree to share life together, meeting on a regular basis for the purpose of fulfilling God’s mission for the church and for making disciples of Christ. 


The acronym W.I.S.E. In our title stands for Worshiping, Inspiring, Socializing, and Empowering!  

The following definitions are from Oxford Languages and Google. 


Worshiping; show reverence and adoration for God. 


Inspiring; encouraging, making one feel they want to do something. 


Socializing; the action or practice of participating in social activities or mixing socially with others. 


Empowering; something (the Holy Spirit) that is empowering makes you more confident and makes you feel that you are in control of your life.  


I hope this answers all questions one may pose to the WISE Women and inspire some of you to join us for the first time and others to continue meeting with us each month. 

It’s a meaningful and fun time!

Hope to see you!


Thank you.

In Christ,

Elle Cormier 

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