Our congregation has a history of 150 years of continuous existence. In a family sized church, just as in a family, the opinion of everyone matters. Things work best when people are encouraged to express themselves, when all points of view are valued, when we listen to each other and engage in dialogue that leads to consensus. When a major decision is made we want every member to feel that he or she is part of the congregational consensus. We are small, but through widespread volunteer participation a lot of good work gets done. We have a deep desire to keep this church thriving.
Our church building and the attached fellowship hall reached their respective 150th and 115th anniversaries in 2008. They are wooden buildings, with a bell tower. Our sanctuary has a center aisle and seats approximately 100. There is both an organ and an electronic keyboard within the sanctuary. Miner Hall (fellowship hall) has a full kitchen and a small bathroom.