Faith Worship Services


10:00 AM Sunday School

We begin on Sunday worship with Sunday School classes to learn the Bible more deeply.  Our adult class is taught by Pastor Emeritus Merle Vunk and is currently studying the book of 1 Kings.  Our teen class is taught by Irene Vunk, and the children's class is taught by Pam Kurz.

11:00 AM Family Worship Service

Our worship service includes singing, prayer, testimonies, Bible reading, and Bible teaching.   All ages worship together for the first part of the service, and then we have an optional children's class available for kids 4th grade and younger during the sermon.  We also have nursery care available as needed.

Lunch/Bible Discussion

Following the morning service, we typically have a potluck lunch available for anyone who wishes to stay, eat, fellowship, and then discuss the Bible together following lunch.  We don't have lunches in December or during part of the summer months.


On Wednesday nights at 7:00 PM, we have Bible study classes for all ages.  The adults meet for Bible study and prayer time.  The children have Kid's Club with activities, crafts, and Bible story.  The teens meet in the teen room for their own age appropriate Bible study time.  

What to Expect

When attending a church for the first time, it's often helpful to know what to expect before you get there!  If you are thinking of visiting our church, here is a "heads-up" to what our services are like:

PREACHING AND TEACHING -- Pastor Ben is known for being able to teach the Bible in a way that is easily understandable even by those who have never attended church before.  You will find his sermons to be focused on explaining what the Bible says and how it is applied to our lives.   Pastor Vunk is also an excellent Bible teacher who loves "rabbit trail" discussions that go with the Bible passage being discussed.   Our children's and teen class teachers are very experienced in working with children and teaching the Bible so kids can understand.

MUSIC -- The music at our church tends to be on the traditional side.  We value singing songs like hymns that are meaningful and historical. We have some "special music" performances, but we focus mostly on the congregation using their voices together to bring glory to God.  Our instrumental accompaniment is typically a piano, acoustic guitar, and flute.   

CLOTHING - We do not have a "dress code" to come to church!  Some people like to dress up, and others prefer to wear their jeans and t-shirts.   Please don't let clothing be a hindrance for coming to church.   Come as you are comfortable.  

GIVING - We take up an offering every Sunday, but don't feel obligated to give money if you are visiting.   The offerings are a way for our regular members and attenders to honor God by giving back to God out of their faith in Him.

PARKING - We don't really have a parking lot.  Most people park along the side of our church building.  You'll see cars there when you arrive!

WHERE TO GO ONCE YOU ARRIVE - Come in the front double doors.  Our building is small so it's pretty easy to get around.  When you enter the auditorium, feel free to sit in whichever pew you like!

If you have any questions about our services or anything relating to our church, feel free to send us a question here.