We are a friendly, family-oriented church that takes seriously our call to be God’s light in a dark world. We believe in the power of demonstrating God’s love through the care that we show for one another. We also believe in taking the gospel out into the world— making disciples through the proclamation of his Word.
|9:00 AM||Communion Service|
|10:00 AM||Christian Education|
|11:00 AM||Community Bible Hour|
We are an independent evangelical church with about 250 members. We try to emphasize several important aspects of church fellowship. These are: a weekly remembrance service in which we proclaim the finished work of Christ on the cross, strong expository Bible teaching, a warm fellowship where each member is encouraged to use their spiritual gifts, leadership through a plurality of elders, active evangelism and grace. If any, or all of these priorities strike a chord with you we would gladly welcome your visit.
This weekly communion service is central to our worship. We come together at 9:00 a.m. on the first day of the week, to break bread in remembrance of Christ. It is a humbling experience but one that helps us to focus on what’s really essential: Jesus died for me and I am called to live in obedience to him and in unity with my brothers and sisters in Christ.
Sunday School is an important ministry for most churches and SPBC is no exception. In fact, we like Sunday School so much we offer it for everyone, adults included. Our program is offered during the school year (between labor day and memorial day) at 10:00 a.m. Children receive a strong Bible based curriculum and adults always have a theology or Bible book option to consider.
Community Bible Hour
This conventional preaching and worship service is given over to the proclamation of God’s Word and the encouragement of praise. We favor Biblical exposition, which means preaching through entire books of the Bible and our pulpit is open; we allow a variety of men to share from God’s word. This service is at 10:30 a.m. during the summer (memorial day through labor day) and at 11:00 a.m. during the school year.