- Like the Belize Mission, our theme is "The Church has left the building." We are in the community in a number of ways.
- We offer tutoring club at North Boone Upper Elementary School.
- We have Neighborhood Ministry Teams. Due to a grant from the Northern Illinois District we are able to assist single moms, widows, distressed families with help fixing things around their homes.
- We usually have one or two evenings during the summer where we provide fun, food, and fellowship at Oaklawn or other communities. The Brats Nights and the Corn Roast seem to be the most popular evening.
Sunday Mornings at 10:45 am. Worship is informal, instructive, joyful.
Holy Communion being celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of each month using a more traditional liturgical form of worship.
Polka Service is once/year - usually the last Sunday in October.
Adult Bible Study - Periodically on Tuesday evenings. Studies range from various topics to books of the Bible
Men's Bible Study - Wednesday mornings 7:30am. Come for coffee, donuts, great fellowship, and a chance to hear from God's Word His promises and truth. Currently studying the Old Testament Book of Kings.
Sunday morning Children's Church takes place during the adult sermon time. Involves activities, Bible Stories that are child focused, and opportunities to make crafts.
During the summer, we have our "Traveling Vacation Bible School." It is held at different locations (not the same each summer) usually at either Candlewick, Oaklawn, or Sherman Oaks.