Sunday morning electives designed to build up the body of Christ. (Eph. 4:12)

Equip meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30am. We want to "Equip" you to be strong in your love for Jesus Christ, to lead in your own home, and to reach out to neighbors with the love of God. The Equip title is based on Ephesians 4:11-16, especially verse 12 which says, "to equip the saints for the work of the ministry, for building up the body of Christ”.

Equip topics will be varied and timely: We will learn about the foundations of Christian discipleship, how to build a Christian home, how to apply the Sunday morning sermon to our lives and how to engage the world around us in conversations about Jesus Christ. The goal of Equip will be to equip followers of Jesus Christ to show others how to follow Jesus, too.

Equip is relational: There will be opportunities to meet new friends and to enjoy fellowship at the beginning and end of each session. We encourage you to talk to a friend, pray about which class will help you the most, and jump in together!

Equip is intergenerational, and we offer excellent options for everyone in the family.

Equip series are short: Every Equip series starts on the same Sunday and will generally last 5 weeks. We hope you will jump right in, especially if you have never been a part of Sunday morning options.


Join as we begin our next Equip series (October 11 - November 22)

Called to Peace, 9:30am

Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.”  The context of the Psalm is earthquakes (2), tsunamis (3), wars (6), and even plagues (8) brought on the earth by God himself.  In our flesh we want to do everything but “be still.”  We want to fight, go to war, and overcome the evil with our own cunning and strength.  But God instructs us to be still.  He will do the planning and subduing.   

Fast forward to 2020.  Psalm 46:10 still says, “Be still and know that I am God.”  We live in a time with political unrest, racial tensions, mask mandates, and some challenges brought on the earth by God himself.  In our flesh we want to grab hold of the rights we believe we have as citizens of earth.  But God calls us to discharge the responsibilities we have as citizens of heaven, and yes, to “cease striving,” because if there’s one ultimate truth, it’s that God reigns over all the inconveniences.

In this 7-week series, together, we'll study: 

The Elders will focus on teaching Bible content and also share a little bit about how God is producing peace in their own hearts . . . even during COVID.  We hope you can join us.

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