“Ultimately we believe the Bible because we believe in the power and wisdom and goodness and truthfulness of the God whose authority and veracity cannot be separated from the Bible. We trust the Bible because it is God's Bible. And God being God, we have every reason to take him at his word.” - Kevin DeYoung


Current Sermon Series:Revelation, the Return of the King.


The book of Revelation is many things: a letter from Jesus to seven 1st century churches; a picture of the church throughout the centuries; a prophecy about things yet to come; a canvas on which vivid images of good and evil are displayed; a seven-paneled painting; a seven-sided diamond; a promise of King Jesus’ return; a fitting end to the whole of Scripture.  It is all of those things and more. 

John, who wrote Revelation, also tells us this: “Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the time is near.” Rev 1:3, ESV. 

Revelation is a blessing.  Come, then, whether you are new to the Scriptures or have studied them your whole life.  Come and be blessed. 

If you’d like to read an introduction to the series that explains Pastor Knott’s approach to the book click here (link is to a PDF).

Current Lord’s Supper Sunday Series: The Big Picture


On the first Sunday of the month we take a break from our current series to consider Jesus’ person and work. Our current series is on seeing Jesus through the lens of God’s Old Testament promises.


Pulpit Ministry

Rev. Knott preaches verse by verse, chapter by chapter through books of the Bible.  His sermons are called "expository" which means that the content and intent of the sermon is directed by the content and intent of the passage of Scripture.  Even when the sermon is on a particular topic, it is still grounded in and guided by the Scriptures.