Our adult programs intentionally blur the lines between young adults and adults of any age. We work hard to empower singles to live full lives alone or find godly spouses. We help young parents begin discipling their children and connecting with older adults who can mentor them and help them along. We help adults of all ages dig even deeper into their individual relationships with God and in all their other relationships, and we empower them to serve others in ways that tangibly build Christ's kingdom.
If you just have one hour to spare on Sunday mornings, you are welcome to attend either of our Sunday morning worship services (9a and 10:30a). Both will challenge and empower you to express your allegiance to God through Singing, Communion, Giving, Preaching, and Prayer. You are also invited to any of our adult Sunday school classes. One meets during the 9a worship hour and all the rest meet at 10:30a. All of them feature relevant Bible studies and a welcoming community.
During the school season, from 6p-7:30p on Sunday night at least two groups meet on campus. One is especially tailored for young adults and the other for adults 25 and older, but both offer you engaging, practical Bible studies and a chance to experience true multigenerational community.
During the school year on Wednesday nights from 6-7:30p, Rick Ross leads a multimedia Bible study that builds deep connections while exploring and deepening your faith. Come if you would like to study whole books of the Bible in depth.
We recognize that church isn't only about being spiritually fed. It is just as important--if not more important--that once you join our family you take the next step and begin to lead others. God blesses us so we can bless others, and we want to help you find and use your gifts! Not only will you make a real difference in others' lives; you will grow closer to God and those who serve with you as we build His kingdom together.
John Pryor became our Senior Minister on July 1, 2018. He had been our Youth Minister since July 1991. John grew up in Papua New Guinea where his parents (David and Sharran Pryor) were missionaries. He graduated from Johnson Bible College in 1991. He and his wife Kimberly have four sons.