Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”
Matthew 9:37 ESV
At the moment we have two Sunday School classes--an adult class and a youth class. We are in need of a children's class and are praying for God to send us a qualified teacher who can utilize a curriculum we already have at our fingertips.
The adult Sunday School class is going through a video series on Foundations: An Overview of Systematic Theology by R. C. Sproul. It sounds daunting, but it isn't. What it does is actually break down the Christian faith into concise, easy to understand blocks to make it more understandable for average Joes like you and me.
The youth class is slowly working its way through the Westminster Shorter Catechism with a view toward grounding them in the faith so that they will not abandon it when they leave home.
All our classes utilize audio and visual technology to enhance the learning experience and to help keep attention. The classes are informal and questions and/or comments are welcome.
verse by verse exposition
Our Wednesday night Bible studies are geared toward adults, but we are hoping to expand in the near future to have a children's class and/or a youth class. Again, we are waiting on God to send us someone who loves God, loves youth and children, and loves the doctrines of grace. A curriculum will be provided.
We are currently in the Epistle to the Galatians. Come join us!
Our worship is formal and liturgical. We come to worship God and the worship is focused on Him and not us. In the tradition of the Reformation we have centered our worship around the word of God. The public reading and then explanation (preaching) of God's word is how God speaks to us in the service. Our prayers, songs, confessions, and responses are how we speak to him. The worship is reverent and yet joyous because it is centered around Christ who is our chief joy.