Service Times

Sundays 9:30 a.m. Before Sunday school (9:30 a.m.) we have coffee and donuts in the church basement.

Sundays 9:45 a.m. At 9:45 we start our Sunday school classes.  We have something for everyone.  We see this as a vital aspect of our church’s mission to teach the whole word of God (discipleship).

Sundays 10:45 a.m.  At 10:45 a.m. we begin the morning worship service.  If you come before Sunday school classes dismiss, grab a bulletin in the foyer, sign the guest book at the door (if it’s your first time), and have a seat anywhere in the sanctuary.  We suggest the front rows – you’ll get a better angle from there 🙂

Wednesday 7:00 p.m. prayer meeting We meet using Zoom each week for about an hour of prayer.  These are special times of prayer fellowship, and we make great efforts to pray during these times rather than just talk about prayer requests.  This breathes life into the Body of Christ together and strengthens each believer’s personal walk.  

Weekly men’s Bible study and women’s Bible study  Throughout the year women meet in a home for Bible study and men typically meet in the church on different nights.  These studies on various topics usually last 2-4 months with a short break between studies.  They are facilitated by leaders who strive to teach the material and keep the discussion moving and on topic.  Often those who do not normally attend Village Bible Church (either from other churches or with no church home of their own) will participate in these studies.

Friday evening (7:00-9:00) youth/children’s ministry  Pastor and his family host youth at their farm for a time of Bible teaching, fun activities, crafts, and snacks.  Parents are encouraged to stay and participate with their kids, but have the freedom to sign children in, leave, and return to sign children out when it is over.

First Saturday 8:00 a,.m. monthly men’s breakfast  Men from the church host men from the community and often often other churches for a free hot breakfast followed by a short devotional.  Over the years, this has a remained a great way to reach outside the church to other men and boys.