Who we are…Open Arms Christian Church exists to praise God, win people to Jesus Christ, encourage one another, reach out to those in need (globally and locally) and to stand for Christian values in our community. Our purpose is to make disciples(Matthew 28:19-20), be the salt and light in this world and be the 1st century church in the 21st century.

What we Believe…Jesus is the way the truth and the Life (John 14:6), the scriptures are our measuring stick, our guide for the church and equip us to complete His work (2nd Timothy 3:16-17) and that love will be what defines who we are and what we do (John 13:35). Our goal is that in everything that we do it will bring God glory (Colossians 3:16-17).

How to get involved…We have Sunday morning services at 10:00 a.m.; Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.; Numerous small groups for all ages, several ministries to get plugged into that conduct the affairs of the church and youth programs for ages 1st grade through 12th grade. All are welcome.

We exist to praise God; win people to Jesus Christ;encourage each other; to reach out to those in need; and to stand for Christian virtues in our community.

(See Matthew 28:19-20;I Thessalonians 5:11;James 1:27;Matthew 5:14-16)

We’re glad you came to worship with us today!  We hope you will grow closer to God through our service.  If you have questions about our church, our leaders listed to the left will be happy to help.We hope you’ll worship with us again soon!

Just before communion, Children ages 0-3 yrs. can join our nursery and children ages 4 yrs. to 6th grade are welcome to join in REIGNFOREST Junior Church

Join us for elementary, middle school, Jr. /Sr. High, and adult Sunday School classes from 9-9:45 am!

All Christians are welcome to take communion.  We hold the communion until all are served, think about the meaning of communion, and partake together as a family.

The 1st Sunday of each month is celebrated at Open Arms with donuts, laughter, fun & a children's message

WARNING... You may get hugged at Open Arms Christian Church!