Join us sundays at 9 & 10 A.M.

One of our greatest joys is to gather with the family of God and celebrate the resurrected Christ each and every Sunday morning. We would love for you to join us. Below, you will find some information that should help you prepare for your visit with us. 


Service Times


Sunday School: 9:00 a.m.

Worship: 10:00 a.m.


All Activities: 6:00 p.m.


We are located on historic National Road (Route 40) in Wheeling, WV.

We are just north on National Road of Wheeling Park and Triadelphia Middle School and just south of Washington Ave., which can be accessed from Interstate 70 Exit 3.

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What to Expect

Q. How should I dress?

A. On any given Sunday, you will see people dressed in both suits and ties as well as jeans. We are a diverse body and we want to welcome you to come as you are.

Q. What is the music like?

A. As a church, we love to sing both old hymns and more contemporary choruses. We strongly value the rich theological truth presented in many historic hymns and we also appreciate the passion present in many newer praise songs. No matter your preference, you will hear songs sung that are some of your favorites but you will also be able to sing songs that are new to you as well. Visit the "Songs We Love To Sing" page to learn more.

Q. What are the sermons like?

A. We almost always preach expository sermons. This simply means that we preach through books of the Bible verse by verse. We do this because we believe that the Bible is our ultimate source for truth and guidance in every sphere of life. Our sermons are longer than you might find elsewhere, but they are packed with truth from God's Word that is able to be applied to your everyday life. The center of our preaching is always the gospel of Jesus Christ. Still have questions? Check out some of our previous sermons. 

Q. Is there childcare provided? 

A. Nursery care is provided for the entire worship service for children ages 0-5.

Q. How long are the services? 

A. Generally, our services end between 11:30 and 11:45.  It would not be unusual to find people still talking with one another, praying for each other, and enjoying fellowship with one another long after the service is over.


If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us