Traditional Worship Service
8:30am and 11:00am Sundays
Traditional service features the great hymns of our faith and choral music of the highest order. The liturgical services also include acts of praise, confession, thanksgiving, proclamation, and dedication. The sermons are biblically-based and seek to emphasize spiritual growth and Christian service.
Contemporary Worship Service
This less-formal service features a lively praise band and like the traditional service, the sermons are biblically-based and seek to emphasize spiritual growth and Christian service.
Where do I park?
Parking is located adjacent to the church building. Guests are invited to park in the spots closest to the Sanctuary.
For the Kids
Children of all ages are welcome to attend worship in the sanctuary with their families. There are also special worship opportunities for children in Lee Hall, the building behind the sanctuary:
- Infants to age 3 are invited to the nursery during all services.
- 4 year olds- 5th graders are invited to Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. and Children’s Church at 11:00 a.m. (No Children’s Church on 5th Sundays)
Middle and High school students are encouraged to attend worship with their families, and invited to attend Sunday School in the Youth Room 201 (upstairs in Lee Hall) at the other time. So, if your family attends the contemporary service at 9:45, join us for Sunday school at 11, and vice versa for traditional worshippers. All youth (grades 6-12) are also invited to Sunday evening Youth Fellowship 4-5:30pm. Both Sunday School and Youth Fellowship meet most Sundays September-May, but check the youth page for more detail and other special events.
How do I get
How do I get there?
We are located just off of US Hwy 17N across from Poplar Grove Plantation in the Scott’s Hill area on the corner of Hwy 17 and Sidbury Rd.