We have made the difficult, but well-informed, decision to move church services online starting Saturday, March 21, 2020. We will continue praying, monitoring local and state information and guidelines for social gatherings, and reevaluate how to proceed beyond mid-April.

Our Saturday worship services are as follows:

10:15 am - Zoom Bible Study Group - Our adult class is taking the Bible a chapter at a time and having some lively discussions about how we see God working then and now. We're just finishing up Malachi and deciding where to go next. Visitors are welcome! :)

    • Meeting ID: 404 734 192
    • Password: 607283

11:30 am - Pastor Milton's Message - Pastor Milton is taking us on a journey through the days leading up to Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection, one day at a time. If you'd like to catch up on the journey, you can find previous messages on our YouTube channel

12:15 pm - Zoom Reflections - Discussion following Pastor Milton's Message to dig a little deeper into the topic.

    • Meeting ID: 404 734 192
    • Password: 607283

Checkout our Zoom Info page for more details on getting connected.

While we will not have Bible study streaming for kids, families can access Bible-related free stories from Your Story Hour. Pacific Press Publishing is offering these children's magazines for free printing at this time: Primary Treasure and Guide Magazine. These links will also take you to other activities for kids.

Please know that during this time we may be physically apart as a church family but God never leaves our side. If you need help, please reach out through our Facebook pages and we will stay in touch, connecting you to any services we can. The artist and poet Charlie Mackesy shares, in his book The Boy, the mole, the fox and the Horse: “ ‘What is the bravest thing you’ve ever said?’ asked the boy. ‘Help,’ said the horse. ‘Asking for help isn’t giving up,’ said the horse. ‘It’s refusing to give up.’ ”

God bless,

The Experience team

(Our mission centers on connecting to Christ through community. Jesus taught that where two or more are gathered, He is there. Anyone is welcome to join us in prayer, worship through music and message, and in sharing stories about what God is doing and can do in people's lives.)