Sunday Morning Bible Study ,10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 AM
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer, 2:00 PM
January 22 - Family Night, 5:00 PM
What is a Bible Church?
2 Timothy 3:16 "All Scripture is inspired by God...."
Most of the churches founded years ago by Bible believing organizations no longer believe the Bible is the source of absolutely truth. Many churches today doubt the accuracy of the Bible and do not believe that Jesus' death on the cross is the only means of salvation. "Bible" churches present both a solid and positive worship opportunity in a day of spiritual uncertainty. They provide a consistent, literal interpretation of the Bible, giving stability to life in a world of doubt.
Biblical Living, Preaching & Teaching - In the midst of the shifting sands of popular opinion, the Word of God provides personal, spiritual stability. This is why God's Word is the core of preaching and teaching in Bible churches. Biblically based doctrine is the strength of Bible churches. We seek to align ourselves with the standards of morality and ethics that are taken from the Bible.
Nondenominational - There is no denominational structure (or label) to bring outside interference or control. Bible churches find identity with others through fellowships such as the IFCA. The IFCA is an organization of churches held together by their common beliefs in the fundamentals of the faith (such as: salvaton by grace through faith alone in Christ alone, the virgin birth of Christ, six literal day creation & the Trinity).
Biblically Balanced - Bible churches are balanced churches. They adhere to the fundamentals of faith while addressing contemporary issues.
Mutually Committed - We love and belong to Jesus Christ who bought us with His precious blood. Bible churches are not perfect churches but rather forgiven men and women who meet together, committed to God, His Word and to one another. We would love for you to worship this holy and loving God with us here at
Biblically Supported - Bible churches are self-supporting. While often involved in fellowships, (such as the IFCA) Bible churches remain independent, self-governing and self-supporting organizations. Following biblical examples, congregations are encouraged to give voluntarily, systematically, and proportionally. Such giving supports both local ministry and mission programs reaching around the world.