Sabbath is a day to set aside the busyness of life and rest. So we keep it simple. No formalities. Just connecting with God and each other.
Sabbath School begins at 9 AM and provides a setting for discussion-oriented group Bible Study. Children's classes are available and receive rave reviews. Praise time follows a short break. The Worship Service beginning at 11 AM is designed to make us think - and grapple with the real issues in our lives.
We are a safe congregation: safe for kids, safe for adults. Whether you are liberal, conservative, or just curious you will be included and treated with love and respect. We love music - old and new - so come prepared to sing or share as the Spirit moves you.
Here are a sampling of special Sabbath morning presentations. Other examples can be found under the events headings or on our Youtube Channel
March 21, 2020
COVID-19 and the End of the World. Resilience
How do we find a foundation for resilience in the face of traumatic events like the COVID-19 Pandemic. It is disrupting lives on a global scale. Steve shares a story from his family history along with the lessons he learned.
March 14, 2020
COVID-19 and the End of the World
Where do we find peace when in a world gone crazy? Steve shares his experience.
Pastor Pete Braman from the Illinois Conference of Seventh-day Adventists was our guest speaker on January 11th, 2020.
Screaming lady and cat meme? Definitely not your typical Christmas sermon! Here are Steve Scott's thoughts presented December 28, 2019.
A visit to the doctor, memories of a friend. Those were the triggers for these thoughts about legacies and what they are made of. Steve Scott. November 23, 2019.