Easter Sunday Worship



Join us at 10:30 as we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ – with inspiring music, experiential worship, and practical teaching from Pastor Jason. We’ll also have plenty of coffee and donuts!

Light in the Dark


As one of the most influential figures in history, Jesus has been one of the most explored images in the history of film. You are invited to join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 during Lent for movie clips, teaching, and conversation as Pastor Jason shares his research and passion regarding Jesus in film.

March 12th Jesus Goes to Hollywood: The Classics King of Kings, The Passion of St. Matthew, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Jesus of Nazareth

March 19th The Part of Jesus Will be Played By: Christ Figures in Film Shane, The Green Mile

March 26th Feminine Grace: Female Christ Figures in Film Babette’s Feast, Whale Rider, Spitfire Grill, Chocolat

April 2nd That’s Not My Jesus: Controversial Portrayals Jesus Christ Superstar, The Life of Brian, The Last Temptation of Christ

April 9th The Latest. The Greatest? Joshua, The Gospel of John, Passion of the Christ, Son of God

Christs: The Ways We Experience Jesus


Jesus Christ. Is he just a character from history? A mythological figure? Does he have anything to do with my life today? Is he the Son of God?

In this new worship and teaching series beginning Sunday, March 9th, we will explore the Jesus of scripture, the understandings of Christ through history, and the ways we relate to Jesus now in our own lives.

Movie and Light Lunch


Next Sunday, March 2 after the worship service, come to the parlor for lunch and the documentary, Chasing Ice. Acclaimed National Geographic photographer, James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his extreme Ice survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. After the film, Mike Thorne, the Speakers Bureau Coordinator for the Climate Action Coalition (CAC) of South Florida will be available to facilitate discussion and answer questions regarding what we can do to reduce the effects of global warming and protect our earth locally and globally.


Following a career in the Air Force, Michael E. Thorn has worked in the areas of strategy development, program/project management, information systems, and academia. He is currently the principal officer for GlobaLink Consulting.  A frequent speaker at national congresses for the Project Management Institute and Project World Congress, he is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Six Sigma Black Belt, and Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). 


On Saturday, March 15th, we are going to join Christians Reaching Out to Society in gleaning a local field. Gleaning is when people go into a field and collect produce that has been missed or intentionally left. That produce is then distributed to agencies that feed the hungry. It is a practice that has been in place ever since Biblical times Mark your calendar for this opportunity to make a difference!

You can find information on C.R.O.S.’s gleaning ministry here.

Watch a piece from WPTV Channel 5 here.

And let us know if you will be joining us!


Souper Bowl Sunday



Join us this Sunday, February 2nd for our annual celebration of tailgating food! Our Men’s Fellowship will be providing game day favorites – meatballs, chips, wings, and all the fixings. Our kids will be collecting money to support C.R.O.S. Ministries Caring Kitchen.

You can also participate in our first annual football pool, five dollars a box, by contacting Joe Papa at 631-599-2680.

This is a great opportunity to invite a friend to worship with great food to follow!

February Food Drive


February is one of our months to collect food for the C.R.O.S. Ministries Pantry.

CROS Ministries collaborates with people of different faiths and organizations to create solutions to the unmet needs of people in our community. One of the ways they do this is through food pantries located throughout Palm Beach County.

The greatest needs are for canned meats, macaroni and cheese, rice, dry beans, and peanut butter. You can bring in your donations all during the month of February.



Valentine’s Dinner and Dance


Join us on Saturday, February 15th, for a four-course dinner and dancing. The meal will be prepared by chef Christopher and his students. Proceeds benefit the Community Dinner. Tickets are $20.00 and are available today after worship in the fellowship hall or by calling the church office at (561) 582-6691.

American Standards With Bruce Linser

Bruce Head CroppedJoin us on Sunday March 23rd at 3:00 PM for an afternoon of the music you love brilliantly performed by our own Bruce Linser accomapnied by Paul Reekie on the piano. There will be light appetizers served after the concert. Tickets are $20.00 for adults and $10.00 for children and students. They may be purchased online on our giving page.

In addition to being our organist and choir director, Bruce Linser teaches musical theatre and in the dean of the theatre department at Dreyfoos School of the Arts and has acted and sung his way around the country and around the world for nearly two decades.

Theatrically, he’s performed Off-Broadway in New York City, as well as regionally in California, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Locally he has appeared at Caldwell Theatre Company, FAU Festival Rep, GableStage, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, New Theatre, Palm Beach Dramaworks and Take Heed Theater Company.

He’s appeared on TV in “All My Children” and “The View,” and in the movies “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Bumping Off Burt”. Bruce has twice been a cover model for the Palm Beach Post, as the Barefoot Mailman and as the Go Guy. He also voiced a character for the animated holiday special, “The Littlest Light On The Christmas Tree”.

In addition to acting and singing, Bruce is an accomplished pianist and musical director. See more about Bruce at www.brucelinser.com.

Body by God

On Sunday, January 19th, we will begin a new teaching series in Sunday morning worship, Body by God, where we will explore the connection between our spiritual and physical lives, seek the wisdom of God regarding caring for our own bodies, and ponder the relationship we have with our bodies as we age.

January 19th      Bodies by God

January 26th      The Daniel Plan: Faith

February 2nd      The Daniel Plan: Food

February 9th       The Daniel Plan: Focus

February 16th      The Daniel Plan: Friends

February 23rd     Others’ Bodies By God (Our responsibility in caring for the physical needs of others)

March 2nd          Our Bodies Changing (Relating to our bodies as they age)