To all who are spiritually weary and seek rest; to all who mourn and long for comfort; to all who struggle and desire victory; to all who sin and need a Savior; to all who are strangers and want fellowship; to all who hunger and thirst after righteousness; and to whoever will come– this church opens wide her doors and offers her welcome in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.


Women's Ministry

"For Zion's sake I will not keep silent, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not be quiet, until her righteousness goes forth as brightness,and her salvation as a burning torch." (Isaiah 62:1)

Women's Ministry was established by the PCA in 1973 and has a rich tradition of encouraging every woman to know Christ personally and be committed to extending His Kingdom in her life, home, church, community and throughout the world.

 In keeping with the our theme verse (Isaiah 62:1), we believe that women must train women to reflect our redemption for Zion’s sake, for the sake of the King, and for the sake of the church. It is for this reason that the women's ministry focuses on Bible study, spiritual growth, support, and encouragement of all the women in the church. We understand that living in relationship with each other in a covenant community also requires acts of mercy, understanding, communication, and love. We pray that our ministry will encourage a vibrant, healthy grace-filled life that reflects our relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.

Some activities of the Women's Ministry include:

Day Circle: 2nd Tuesday of each month, 10:00am, Room 106

Night Circle: 4th Wednesday of each month. 7:00pm, Parlor

Mercy Committee Activities

Dedicated to providing meals to those who are ill or have suffered recent loss

Foreign Missions Activities

Extending hospitality to our missionaries and our missionaries' wives

Christmas Brunch

(1st Saturday in December) Women come together to recognize the year’s activities and focus on the celebration of the Lord’s birth.

Fall and Spring Retreats

Fellowship together with a Spring and/or Fall retreat as an inter-generational time set apart for Bible study while also allowing time for contemplation, meditation and fellowship with other women in a more personal way than meetings often allow.