Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday, April 14 Worship at 9 & 11 a.m.Outdoor Palm Parade with Live Donkey, 10:30 a.m. Maundy Thursday, April 18 Worship at 7:00 p.m. in Wesley Hall Good Friday, April 19 Worship at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary Easter Sunday, April 21 Worship


General Conference 2019

The special session of General Conference will be meeting February 23 through 26 in St. Louis to make decisions about the future of The United Methodist Church and our relationship with people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, etc.


Faith Promise 2019

We will be celebrating Faith Promise on Sunday, February 3. Our 2019 Faith Promise ministries are A Better Way, Covenant Partners, Africa University, Habitat, Christian Ministries, West View Elementary, Mission Guatemala, and Red Bird. Please pray to


Disciple Bible Study

Did you hear the impact Disciple Bible Study made on the 32 individuals  who participated last year? Would you like to deepen your Journey into Discipleship? Join your brothers and sisters and commit to a 12-week study of Luke and Acts led


Chili Cook-Off & Game Night

Sunday, January 27 5:00 p.m. in Wesley Hall   Warm up with our Chili Cook-Off & Game Night. Chili entries will be available for tasting while we enjoy games sponsored by our Youth Group. The best chili by popular vote will win a $25 Vis


Advent and Christmas Events

A Thrill of Hope As we hunt for hope in our world today, we’re excited to be exploring Advent and Christmas Scripture through the vibrant artwork of John August Swanson, who allows his Christian faith and passion for social justice to permeate all


Advent Music Celebration

You don’t want to miss our annual Advent Music Celebration! Join the Chancel Choir, Praise Team, Memorial Handbell Choir, and special guest musicians as our church gathers together to share the sounds of the season as we prepare for Christ̵


Update from the Building Task Force

On Saturday, November 10, a group of 18 participants – representing the Governing Board, the Vision Team, the Building Task Force, and staff – met for a planning charrette. The objective of the charrette was to create an atmosphere in which parti


Shepherd’s Camp

“I love Shepherd’s Camp,” said a five-year old. “This church is so loving and welcoming,” said a 14-year old. “After spending the weekend worshiping, eating, and serving together, everyone feels like family to me,” said someone in their


Faith Promise Sunday: Theoneste Nzaranyimana, Jr. from Africa University

Theoneste (Theo) Nzaranyimana, Jr., is a PhD student in youth development and agricultural education at Purdue University. A native of Rwanda, Theo completed his undergraduate work in horticulture at Africa University in Zimbabwe. He received a maste