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Sunday Worship Services

Services Sundays:
8:30 AM - Worship with praise team
11:00 AM - Worship with hymns and choir

Sunday Worship Livestream

You can find worship livestreamed each Sunday here. If you miss the live stream, you can find our archive online!

Listen to our sermon archive here!

Sermon Questions


Lord, Teach us To Prayer

Richard White, Pastor

"Foundational Relationships in Prayer" - Matthew 6:5-15

  1. Most Christians feel as if they don’t pray enough or pray well.  What are you struggles or questions about prayer?
  2. Jesus refers to hypocrites and Gentiles in verses 5-8.  What makes their prayers ineffective? Have you ever fallen into the traps of these two groups in your own praying?  How could praying the Lord’s prayer by rote cause us to fall into the traps of these two groups?
  3. Is the Fatherhood of God a comforting or challenging truth to you? Why?  What do you think it means that God is Father? (John 16:27; John 17:23; Matthew 6:8, 32;  Romans 8:15; Luke 12:32).
  4. Why does Jesus teach us to pray to “Our” rather than “My” Father”?
  5. What is the significance of God being our Father “in Heaven”?
  6. Galatians 4:6,7 speaks of sonship and slavery.  What are characteristic marks of one living out of the spirit of sonship? What are the marks of one living out of a spirit of slavery (orphan spirit)?   Read through Luke 15 and the story of the prodigal son.  In what ways did both brothers (younger and older) struggle with the spirit of slavery (an orphan spirit)?
  7. How does an orphan spirit (spirit of slavery) show itself in you with regard to your relating to God?
  8. In what ways is Jesus teaching you, in this prayer, to embrace your sonship?
  9. How might this address Jesus teaches (Our Father in Heaven) become a more foundational aspect of your praying?

Sunday Adult Classes

To go deeper in Bible study, we invite you to join one of our adult Sunday School classes.

Our online option (a livestream of the L. Nelson Bell class) is also offered from 10:15am - 11am on Facebook.

Please join us for any of our classes!

Newcomers Welcome!

Carpenter's Union

Verse-by-verse inductive study of the Bible, currently studying the Gospel of John.

10:00 a.m. - McGowan Center 117/118
(under the Chapel of the Prodigal)

Facilitators: Steve Foster, Lloyd Davis

First Things

Becoming thinking Christians in an unthinking age.

Fall 2023: Theology and Wonder, Part 2

10:00 a.m. - Belk 219

Facilitators: Deborah Wagner, David Taylor


The Merge class explores the big ideas behind the Christian faith and following Jesus as it relates to today's Christan walk. Through video teachings from various leaders and group discussion, this is a Sunday school setting with a philosophical vibe.
Currently studying "The Truth Project"

10:00 a.m. - Belk 148
(Belk Student Center)

Facilitators: Katie Hogan, Priscilla Maxwell

Youth & Children
Sunday Classes

Youth Sunday School (grades 6-12) meet on the 4th Floor of the Henry Building from 10:15 - 11:00 a.m.

Children’s Sunday School (Pre-K through 5th grade) meets on the 2nd floor of the Henry Building from 10:15 - 11:00 a.m.

Nursery (infant - Pre-K) generally operates year-round and is located on the 2nd floor of the Henry Building. The nursery is open from 8:45am through 12:30pm.

For more information about children's Sunday School, email Rachael below.

FaithWorks College Group

FaithWorks meets Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. in the McGowan Student Center to ask spiritual questions and consider the Gospel. Participants include atheists, agnostics, Muslims, Christians, and those who are searching. Members may provide testimonies or hear from guest speakers.

ALL are welcome!