What to expect when arriving

We meet for worship on Saturday mornings. Sabbath School classes start at 10 a.m., and our church worship service begins at 11:15 a.m.


When you arrive, a greeter will give you a bulletin and offer any assistance you would like in finding the sanctuary or an age-appropriate Sabbath School class.

Adult classes
10 a.m.


Adult Sabbath School Discussion. This group meets in the Southwest classroom and discusses a range of topics and studies.


Adult Bible Study Guide/Sabbath School Quarterly. This group meets in the sanctuary and reviews the Adult Bible Study Guide, which is a quarterly publication of the Seventh-day Adventist world church.


Young Adult—ages 16 to 30.

Children and youth classes
10 a.m.

Little Sprouts

Little Sprouts—ages 0 to 4. There is singing, crafts, and interaction with puppets. At least one adult family member should accompany each attending child.


Jubilee Kids—ages 5 to just before 5th grade. This class teaches Bible lessons and creates community among children with stories, crafts, and games.


Grapple—6th and 7th grade. This class allows young people to examine increasingly important life concepts and Christian values.


Next Generation—early high school through age 15. This youth group studies more complex issues and biblical lessons as they prepare for adulthood.

Worship service
11:15 a.m.

There is a 15-minute break between Sabbath School and church. Church includes announcements, singing and a children’s story. Children are invited up to the front for the story. Afterward, each child is given a bucket to collect a children’s offering of loose change and bills, which helps support our annual Vacation Bible School.


Then there is more music, and sometimes a musical or mission feature, followed by a congregational prayer. Then there is a sermon, which is usually delivered by Senior Pastor Adam Case but sometimes offered by a guest speaker or lay leader.


After the sermon there is usually a closing prayer and sometimes a final hymn.

There is often a postlude. You may leave when you wish, but we hope you will take an opportunity to stay and visit with us. We are a church family, and we enjoy catching up after a week apart, as well as meeting visitors.

After church people usually take time to visit in the lobby, to catch up with friends and to make new ones. We hope you will take this opportunity to let us get better acquainted with you.


Lunch after church

Each week after church we host a visitors lunch downstairs in our fellowship hall. You are cordially invited.

We also have a congregational Fellowship Lunch after church on the second Saturday of the month, to which you are also invited. This is a vegetarian potluck. Sharing a meal is a great way to make new friends.


During summer months, if the weather cooperates, we have the monthly Fellowship Lunch at a park. Typically we go to George Washington Park—up Parley’s Canyon, near Mountain Dell Reservoir.