Memory Verse: “And all of you, dress yourselves in humility as you relate to one another, for “God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” (1 Peter 5: 5)

Your Best Friend

     Your Worst Enemy

From Sunday, January 2 to February 27, Pastors Spencer, Allen and Seminary Intern Paul Savage preach a nine-part series of sermons called Your Best Friend, Your Worst Enemy.


Joining Us for Sunday Service?


We offer two services on Sunday

  • 8:30 am Traditional service in the Sanctuary
  • 11:00 am Contemporary service in Miller Commons
  • And on Sunday, January 30, a special Combined Worship service in the Sanctuary at 9:30 am only
We’ll continue offering our live stream for those who can’t come to church or feel safer watching from home.
Our Thursday Prayer and Praise Service is available online only.

Joining us in person?

Our guidelines have been updated recently:
  • Masks optional for vaccinated adults. Masks recommended for unvaccinated adults, with all those 18 years of age or younger required to wear masks.
  • All singers in worship will be masked.
    There will continue to be no congregational singing.
  • The sanctuary will be open seating, with social distancing when possible. People will be free to sit where they are comfortable.
  • Check-in, communion and collection practices will remain as current policy indicates.
CHANGES TO COVID Protocols effective immediately.

Our Services

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Humility Handbook

Romans 12: 9 – 21
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Theme: The life of humility looks and feels upside-down: we bless those who persecute us; we don’t get even; and we overcome evil with good.
Sunday, February 20, 2022

Give Me a Gift

Proverbs 15: 29 – 33
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Theme: Wisdom and humility are blood-relatives. The wise gain humility with a receptivity to correction.
Sunday, February 13, 2022

Feets Don’t Fail Me Now

John 13: 1 – 17
Intern Paul Savage preaching
Theme: What did Jesus do? Amazingly, He did the job of the lowest servant. Greatness is found by doing those things to those people we would rather avoid.
Sunday, February 6, 2022

God’s Gonna Cut You Down

Daniel 4: 34 – 37 
Rev. Wes Allen preaching
Theme: The king of Babylon was as big as they come. He had all power. He had access to all pleasure. He had everything. And God brought him down. God knows how to do what we don’t know how to do.
Sunday, January 30, 2022

Finding Your Seat at the Table

Luke 14: 7 – 14
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
5th Sunday, one combined service at 9:30 am in the Sanctuary
Theme: Humility develops over a lifetime as we make daily decisions to seek less of ourselves and our demands. Humility grows as we seek the way down.

Sunday, January 23, 2022

The End of the Civil War

James 4: 1 – 10
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Theme: Our pride picks fights and starts wars. Pride is nourished by the values of the world constantly tells us to “have it our way”. Humility brings an end to the fighting, as pride must die.
Sunday, January 16, 2022

Careful of the Target on Your Back

Luke 18: 9 – 14
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Theme: Pride is so easy to spot in others, but much harder in see in ourselves. Good people struggle with pride more than the bad, the broken and the beat-up. Humility lets us see how much we need our God and how much grace He has to give.
Sunday, January 9, 2022

The Jesus Selfie

Philippians 2: 1 – 11
Rev. Wes Allen preaching
Theme: Humility, as modeled by Jesus, is the pattern for life in the church. Humility is valuing others above yourself and looking to the interests of others.
Sunday, January 2, 2022

New Clothes for a New Year

1 Peter 5: 1 – 11 
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Communion Sunday
Theme: Humility is a way of life in the church. We wear humility in our daily lives like we wear our clothes. God lifts us and honors us as we seek humility.

Looking Forward


Worship Services During Lent

Visit our Lenten 2022 page to learn about our Studies and Small Groups, find resources here too!     LENT PAGE
March 2, Ash Wednesday
12:00 noon Drive Through Ashes (Parking Lot)
7:00 pm Ash Wednesday Worship (Lord’s Supper)
March 6, First Sunday in Lent (Lord’s Supper)
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am
March 13, Second Sunday in Lent
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am
March 20, Third Sunday in Lent
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am
March 27, Fourth Sunday in Lent
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45 am 

April 3, Fifth Sunday in Lent
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am

April 10, Palm Sunday
8:30 am Traditional Worship, 11:00 am Contemporary
Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am

April 17, Easter Sunday
6:30 am Sunrise Service, 8:30 am Traditional Worship,
11:00 am Contemporary
Nursery Care; No Sunday School or Adult Spiritual Formation

Resources on Humility


Humility: Your Best Friend

Truly, humility is our greatest friend. [Humility] increases our hunger for God’s word and opens our hearts to his Spirit. It leads to intimacy with God, who knows the proud from afar, but dwells with him “who is of a contrite and lowly spirit”. It imparts the aroma of Christ to all whom we encounter. It is a sign of greatness in the kingdom of God. Developing the identity, attitude, and conduct of a humble servant does not happen overnight. It is rather like peeling an onion: you cut away one layer only to find another beneath it. But it does happen. As we forsake pride and seek to humble ourselves by daily deliberate choices in dependence on the Holy Spirit, humility grows in our soul.
From the C.S. Lewis Institute

Pride: Your Worst Enemy

Hello my name is Pride.  I am a cheater.  I cheat you of your God-given destiny because you demand your own way.  I cheat you of contentment because you deserve better than this.  I cheat you of knowledge because you already know it all.  I cheat you of healing because you’re too full of me to forgive.  I cheat you of holiness because you refuse to admit when you are wrong.  I cheat you of vision because you’d rather follow your own heart.  I cheat you of genuine friendship because nobody’s going to know the real you.  I cheat you of love because real romance demands sacrifice.  I cheat you of greatness in heaven because you refuse to wash another’s feet on earth.  I cheat you of God’s glory because I convince you to seek your own glory.  My name is Pride.  I am a cheater.  You like me because you think I’m always looking out for you.  Untrue.  I’m looking to make a fool of you.  God has so much for you, I admit.  But don’t worry…If you stick with me you’ll never know! 


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Join Us for Sunday School


Sunday Morning Adult Education

Join us on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 am for our adult education hour.
Each week we will dive headfirst into the Word of God as we reflect on and explore that week’s sermon text.
For questions contact Wes Allen at 856.235.1688, Ext. 101

Children’s Sunday School

Led by Holly Ascuitto, Director of Children’s Ministry, and our wonderful group of Sunday School teachers.
Sunday mornings, 9:45 – 10:45 a.m.
During Sunday School our children learn all about God’s love through teachings, stories and fun activities. It is a blessed time to share! All are safely masked.