When people visit a church, they deserve straight answers to important questions. We are ready to answer your questions regarding our church. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have additional questions.

If you are wondering about our name, the name Berean Community Church comes from Acts 17:11 where the people in the city of Berea received the Word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily.

The word Berean reflects our commitment to love, know, and follow the teaching of the Bible.

The word Community expresses our commitment to be lovingly connected to our community.

The word Church emphasizes that we exist solely to exalt Jesus Christ by trusting Him to use us in leading others into a personal relationship with Him.

What to Expect

Specific service times can be found on the Weekly Schedule page. Our Sunday service generally lasts 60-70 minutes. The first half of the service is devoted to singing, prayer, announcements, and offering. The second half of the service is devoted to a sermon. On the first Sunday of the month, we observe the Lord's supper. For more information about our Sunday service, please visit the Worship page.

During the regular ministry year (Sept. - May), refreshments are served in the lobby prior to the service, offering an opportunity to enjoy fellowship with one another. We kindly ask that no food or beverages be brought into the service auditorium and that you silence any cell phones or pagers during the service. You are encouraged to bring a Bible to the service. If you do not have a Bible, we would be happy to provide one. We primarily use the New International Version.

Services are family friendly and families are encouraged to worship together. If needed, childcare is provided for babies through age 3.  A cry room is also available in the northeast corner of the main sanctuary. We strive to create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere so if you have any special needs or prayer requests, please make them known to staff before the service. Attendees dress casually, but modesty is strongly encouraged for both men and women.