Children's Church

Our goal for our Children's Church is to equip students with the tools they will need to be victorious in all that they do. We teach them how to develop a personal relationship and hunger for God, along with a desire to follow Him in all their ways. We want them to be on fire for Christ, winning others to the Lord. Currently, we offer Children's Church to students ages 4-7 and ages 8-11. Children's Church runs simultaneously during the adult worship service at 10:00 am each Sunday morning.





CTS Competition (Church Training Service)

This class is held on Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm and runs simultaneously during the
adult Bible study class. Currently, we offer CTS competition teams in the following categories:

  • Bible Memorization
  • Bible Sword Drill
  • Tic-Tac-Toe

Because the Bible commands us to "hide the Word in our hearts..." (Psalms 12:11), in these classes, children in grades 1-12, will learn not only Biblical scripture through the use of memorization and games, but they will also form an understanding regarding how our Bible is layed out.  Our CTS classes are fun and fast-paced, and the children compete in yearly local, state, and even sometimes, national contests.





Master's Men Service Group

This group consists of the men in our church, from ages 14 and up. We meet once a month, on Wednesdays. This is a time of prayer, fellowship, and teaching on issues that men face because we recognize the call on men's lives. Our goal is to help each other obtain all that the Lord has destined for us and to be faithful to our responsibilities as husbands, fathers, sons, and brothers in the Lord.  The purpose of this group is to encourage one another in faithful service to the Lord and to undertake and complete service projects around the church.





Women's Auxiliary Service Group

This group consists of the women in our church, ages 14+. We meet at the same time as the Master's Men Service Group, once monthly. This is a ministry of real women with real women's issues in a world where there is opposition to the call of Christ. We extend our arms and hearts in friendship to encourage one another in His faithfulness. Our purpose is to make a difference in our homes, the workplace, and our communities. We also believe that we all have gifts and talents that enable us to be effective in ministering to our families and those around us.




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Last updated on March 19, 2017