Gathering again

We are gathering for in-person worship services and we would love to have you join us. The precautions we are taking for the pandemic are reviewed monthly. Please see below for our current service information. Thank you for your flexibility and patience when we need to make changes to our gathering plans! It is appreciated.


Plans for Sunday Worship Services Effective February 14, 2021:

9:00am-No singing, masks required, and the sanctuary is set up for social distancing

10:15am-With singing, masks welcome but not required. 

There is 6 feet of space between the rows of chairs in our sanctuary, but as the number of people at this service continues to increase, social distancing within the rows may not always be possible.


Do you have symptoms of COVID? Have you been exposed to someone with COVID? Please stay home and join us via the livestream. 

Resources for use at home

Amidst the circumstances caused by COVID-19, our daily routines, our work, and our time with others may look different than before. Many things may have changed for you. One thing that is certain, though, is that God and His Word never change. Praise God that He is our Rock, our Comforter, and Provider amidst the changes all around us and that He speaks to us through the Bible even today.


Now is a great time to begin some new habits and disciplines that can help you and your family grow in your love and knowledge of the Lord and His Word. These are disciplines that you can continue, no matter how many times your schedule may change. Listed below are a few resources we have collected to assist you in this process of growth.


Additionally, Pastor Jeremy would love to hear from you, pray for you, and help you in whatever way they can. Click here for contact information.



  • Daily Bible Reading Plans

    God's Word is Truth and necessary to our personal growth. Any day is a good day to start a new habit of reading God's Word on your own or with your family! 


    Click here for a plan to read the entire New Testament in 2021.

    Click here for a plan to read the entire Bible in 2021.

  • Giving Thanks in a Pandemic

    Typically, our church family gathers a few weeks before Thanksgiving for our annual Harvest Supper. Over a traditional Thanksgiving meal, we fellowship with others, sing a few songs, and share publicly reasons we have to be thankful. 


    Last fall, we were unable to gather for the Harvest Supper, so LeAnn, our Connecting Point editor, put together an article with thoughts from a few in our church family as they reflect on 2020. We'd love for you to read the article by clicking here and hope you are encouraged by how God works for our good and His glory in all circumstances.

  • Amber and Ryan's Story

    Amber and Ryan are a part of our church family. In the June 2020 issue of our Connecting Point newsletter, Amber shares with us great Truths about God that she has learned while battling leukemia and other life challenges in the past months. Click here to read their story.


    Update: Amber left this earth to be with Jesus on February 3, 2021. We hope her story continues to point people to Jesus even as we as a church family grieve. 

  • Online Worship Services

    Click here to be taken to our church's YouTube channel. If you are unable to join us in person for a worship service, the 10:15am service is livestreamed every Sunday here. Recordings of previous worship services can also be watched at any time.

  • Children's Scripture Music

    Help your children (and yourself!) more easily memorize God's Word through Scripture set to music. Seeds Family Worship music writes the songs we have used in our AWANA children's ministry. Click here for more information about their music.


    Another great resource is Lantern Music. Lantern Music was created by Andy Johnson to help "kids and adults easily and effectively memorize God's Word." Click here to be taken to the Lantern Music website.

  • Truth:78-Truth for Children During the Pandemic

    Some of our children's Sunday School classes have used Truth:78's curriculum for the past few years. It is excellent! Those at Truth:78 have been working hard to put out online content that is specific to the events going on in our world right now.  


    Truth:78 says -

    "When the world is shaking like it has for the past two months, our children (and their parents) need a firm place to stand. We need to be more intentional than ever about putting a rock of truth beneath our children that can hold them in this current crisis and in those that they will inevitably face in the years to come.


    Our help for churches and families is collected at our Home-Based Discipleship page, which includes an original series of weekly devotional lessons: Biblical Truth to Teach Children about Diseases and Disasters.


    Beyond this season of interruptions and alternative arrangements, church and families need a vision for discipleship that will guide them through a time of reopening and what follows. The new book Zealous offers this vision, along with encouragement to grow in zeal-a fervor and diligence born out of a passion for God and His glory."

  • Solid Joys Daily Devotional

    If you are looking for a daily devotional app, consider using Solid Joys from the ministry of John Piper. Click here to download for Apple or click here to download for Android.

  • Ligonier Ministries

    Founded by R.C. Sproul, the mission of Ligonier Ministries is to "proclaim, teach, and defend the holiness of God in all its fullness to as many people as possible." Currently, they are offering all of their online teaching content for free. Click here to be taken to their website.


    One of Ligonier's study that would be especially applicable to our current circumstances is Derek Thomas', The Book of Job. Click here to be taken to this study.

  • RightNow Media

    RightNow Media is an online video streaming service that provides churches with access to thousands of video teaching resources. If you would like a free subscription to this resource, please email the church office at office@ifefree.org