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PLEASE BE ADVISED:


Worship service for April 5 will be online

This Sunday’s Worship service will be moved to livestream. You can find us Sunday morning, 11:30 AM on Facebook Live. Click here.


The pandemic we are currently experiencing is causing many around the world to go into a state of panic, as God’s children we know that He is in control.


It is also an opportunity to be salt and light to the world around us. We live in a society that has no faith or trust in the LORD hence they live in fear of anything and everything. Let us testify to trust in our covenant God who has promised to provide for and protect us. Let us also love our neighbors as their needs become apparent to us.

Sunday Worship

We have two services on Sunday morning 10:30 am and 11:30 am


Catechism Service | 10:30 AM

Preaching through creeds and catechisms provides a road map to the Bible, they help us learn the teaching of the Bible in summary form. We are going through a series on what it means to be Reformed.


Main Worship Service | 11:30 AM


Calendar

Bible Study & Prayer

Thursdays | 7 PM

In light of all the unprecedented health crisis happening around us, we will not be meeting at SDA for Bible study this week. However, bible study will move to a ZOOM conference call. Please contact us for more information.

Join us to study for a time of prayer, singing and studying 1 Peter. Each week we unpack the first letter of Peter  and how it transforms our hearts and lives.


Neighborhood Groups 

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These groups meet around the city at various times once or twice a month to discuss what it means to be a church member.  


Women's Study

Sundays | 2 PM (Last Sunday of Each Month) 

The women are studying 2 Corinthians.


Men's Fellowship - The Masculine Mandate 

Sundays | 2 PM (Last Sunday of Each Month) 

Each month the men will be discussing a chapter of the book The Masculine Mandate by Richard D. Phillips. We will be discussing what biblical masculinity looks like and its importance.