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A Typical Sunday

There is simplicity to our worship

COVID-19 Safety Update

We are open! If you come, please be considerate of others and wear a mask when you arrive. Pews are marked so seating is spaced 6' apart in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines. We hope you will join us. The message will be recorded and placed online for those who are unable to attend.

9:30 am

Prayer Time

10:00 am

Bible Study

11:00 am

Morning Worship

There is simplicity to our worship. All is geared toward the worship of God. From the lifting up of our hearts to God in prayer and song and the attentive listening to Bible both read and preached, all is done with the aim of getting to know and bring glory to our Triune God

The service is also a great way to get to know other like-minded Christians. There are other opportunities such as a time for prayer (9:30 AM, Sunday morning), Sunday School (10 AM, Sunday Morning), Bible studies, picnics, etc.

We would love to have you visit with us. You do not need an invitation. There is no cost or obligation. Come this Sunday! The Morning service starts at 11 AM.

  • Feel Free to Dress Casually
  • We offer nursery facilities for babies and very young children
  • The service runs an hour to an hour and a half

Morning Worship format

  • Welcome and announcements
  • Opening hymn
  • Opening prayer
    (known as the invocation, asking God’s blessing upon our time together)
  • Old Testament Scripture Reading
  • Hymn
  • New Testament Scripture Reading 
  • Pastoral Prayer
  • Hymn
  • Sermon
  • Hymn
  • Benediction
    (asking God, in closing, to bless all gathered)


We are easy to find. The village of Galway is one square mile and composed of two roads which intersect at the center of the village. The only stop light in the village of Galway is at that intersection. The road heading east from the light is called East Street for a half a mile. From the stop light heading east the church is located on the left hand side at 2095 East Street.
The Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and perch in its branches. (Matthew 13:31-32)

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