This Sunday, October 24 at 10 AM, we will have indoor worship, followed by adult, youth, and children's classes at 11:15 AM.
We have our nursery open for ages 0-4 years during both our 10 AM worship service and our 11 AM classes.
We will Livestream the 10 AM worship service.
If you have concerns or needs, please contact your deacon or the church office by voicemail or email (email@example.com).
We will make certain that our community is being properly and compassionately cared for.
The church began meeting in Crofton in 1966, officially chartered in 1968, and erected the current sanctuary building in 1971. Modeled after the Bruton Parish Church in Williamsburg, Virginia, the building is cruciform in design; meaning, if you could see the church from the top, it looks like a large cross. An addition with classrooms, kitchen, office, and a large common area was built in 1996.
Currently, we have two ordained pastors, Keith Hinton and Matt McLaughlin, who are serving as the spiritual and operational guides for this church. They are responsible for the pastoral care and spiritual formation of the congregation. Operationally, they each have specific areas of responsibility: Pastor Matt oversees our family ministries and education, while Pastor Keith supervises our music, audio/visual operations, and administration.
Technically, no; we have groups: Ministry and Missions Group and Administrative Group. The Ministry and Missions Group handles both the internal and external ministry programs of the church and is made up of the heads from the various ministries we currently have. The Administrative Group handles the nuts and bolts operations of the church: personnel, building maintenance, repairs, etc. They are made up of church-approved representatives of the congregation. Both of these groups answer to the congregation when it comes to church-wide impact decisions.
We have deacons, but not elders. While they have no administrative, operational, or financial oversight, they have the most important oversight responsibility of any group in our church: families. Our deacons are this church's family spiritual ministry leaders.