Our mission as a church is to advance the Kingdom of God on earth. We do that by preaching the gospel of the Kingdom, but also by following the ways of Christ in providing physical help wherever we can.
Many volunteers are needed for a variety of areas of mission.


We care for one another within the local church. Volunteers are always needed for specific areas of mission, which include the children’s ministry, youth ministry, Sunday worship, grief care, sick and shut-in visitation, and meals for the sick.


We think it is important to look beyond the walls of our church to the needs in our community. Here are some local missions that we engage in:
If you have lost a loved one, we provide weekly support meetings from September through December each year. These meetings are open to anyone struggling with grief. We use the Griefshare program for this, which is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help.
Matthew 25:35
We feed the hungry and less fortunate in our area every Christmas with one hundred boxes of basic grocery necessities.
Below are a variety of local and national organizations that we support:


We are actively involved in missions operations in Haiti and Uganda. Our link to Haiti is HandUp International, managed by Abe and Tina Harder and also Justice Flowing, managed by Aggie Klassen from our congregation. A team is assembled every year from members of various congregations that travels to Haiti to provide hands-on and financial assistance to the church there.
Info: HandUp International Abe Harder
Justice Flowing Aggie Klassen


Using media to spread the gospel is a privilege of this church. In an age of widespread technology, we have an obligation to use these tools as best as possible for kingdom purposes. All of our weekly sermons are available on audio CD’s in the Lobby, and are also uploaded to our website in video and audio formats.