Christ Church is a Bible-believing church, with a reverent & soul-satisfying worship service, a Kids’ Sunday School Hour (with Biblical content and loving teachers) for ages four & up (with a Nursery for younger kids), and a Biblically rich Sunday School for adults. Come and learn! During Worship, there is Children's Worship and a Nursery. Please visit for worthwhile Bible teaching, God-centered worship, a great Kids’ and Youth program, and people who are laid-back, humble, loving, and real. When you visit, you’ll feel relaxed, comfortable, and at home. You’ll be glad you came!
"The people here are real."
from a former attender: "I've never learned as much from the Bible than I did when I was in that church!"
"I've been a member four years and I love our church!"
worship so pure."
"Every part of the service is Christ-centered."
"From day one, we felt warmly welcomed."
"I've learned so much about the Bible."
"The sermons are relevant and thought-provoking."
Christ Church is a Bible-believing, Bible-teaching church that believes that each word of the Bible was inspired and placed there by God through human authors.
We are a church that is accountable to others, belonging to a denomination that makes sure we are teaching and preaching what is Biblically true. That denomination's catch-phrase includes: "True to the Scriptures" and "Faithful to the Great Commission." We also ascribe to the teaching of the Bible that defined the earliest Protestant churches in the time of the Protestant Reformation. Thus, we can be called a "reformed" church (meaning: "from the Reformation"). Don't let that term scare you, though. It just means we believe and love that salvation is by faith in Jesus and not by works (the center-point of the Reformation); and it means that we love the Bible and believe it to be the means God has given human beings to know and be saved by Jesus, and to know His will for us as His followers.
Oh, back to denomination. We're part of a Biblically solid and faithful stripe of the Presbyterians called the Presbyterian Church in America. It started in 1973, and it's not the one you might have heard about in the news for advocating things that are against clear teaching in the Bible. Historically, Presbyterians and Lutherans were the first two denominations springing from the Protestant Reformation of the 1500s. So, we've been around a while. Time-tested!