This governing board of the church consists of 21 members, called Elders, who are elected annually at the congregational meeting. Members of the Session oversee the work of the various church ministries: Building and Grounds, Christian Education, Finance, Memorial, Missions, New Life, Personnel, and Worship and Music.

Building and Grounds:  From regular upkeep to roof repair, installation of new equipment and other important projects regarding the church building, this group stays busy keeping our building beautiful for all of us to enjoy.

Christian Education:  Our Christian Education ministry is active in overseeing  Adult Ministry, Youth Ministry, and Children’s Ministry.

Finance:  From conducting the annual pledge drive and stewardship campaign to helping set the annual budget of the congregation, the Finance ministry helps us to utilize the gifts God gives us in the best ways possible.

Memorial:  It is the task of the Memorial Fund Committee to oversee the gifts given in memory of loved ones and recommend how they are to be used by the congregation in accordance with the wishes of the family.

Mission: This group encourages the congregation’s support of the work of the Lord, nationally and around the world through special offerings, support of missionaries, and mission projects.

Living Water:  Each year, members of our congregation are sent to various parts of the world to assist with digging wells to provide clean water for people living in those areas.

New Life: Designed to nurture the life of the congregation, New Life reaches out to those interested in our congregation by welcoming visitors and new members, contacting inactive members, and communicating our ministry and worship opportunities to the church and the community.

Personnel:  The Personnel Ministry has oversight of all paid and volunteer staff members of our church.

Worship and Music: This group supervises and directs those function relating to the worship and devotional life of our congregation, including the ministry of music.


Elected annually by the congregation, the Deacons seek to minister to people in need. From care facilities to hospital visitation, to supporting local community assistance programs, they reach out to those in need in our congregation and community. The deacons are divided into the four following committees:

Compassion Committee:  Provides coffee, lunches, or dinners for families having experienced the loss of a loved one.

Fellowship Committee: Responsible for fellowship activities with the church.

Visitation Committee:  Divided into three groups: Hospital Team, Homebound Team, and Care Facility Team, our Deacons are responsible for visiting our members.

Local Mission Committee:  Coordinates our church’s assistance for local agencies.

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