Welcome Pastor David Willets!


Aspen Park is excited to announce that Pastor David Willets has been called to Aspen Park to serve as our Transitional Pastor.

This is an exciting time in the life of our church!  Pastor Willets will take Aspen Park through the stages and process that will help us prepare for our future and the coming of our new pastor.  As a church we look forward to the journey of strengthening, growing and renewing who we are in Christ!



   9:00  am                 Bible Study

   10:30  am               Worship Service

   3:30    pm               Ladies’ Chorus Rehearsal

   4:00    pm               Worship Choir Rehearsal

   5:00    pm               Bible Study



   6:30   pm                Bible Study/Prayer Meeting

   6:30   pm                Worship Choir Rehearsal


Monthly, 2nd & 4th Thursdays

   9:30 am                  Women on Missions



   9:00 am                  Bible Study

  10:30     am             Jr. Children’s Church 4yrs-Kindg.

  10:30     am             Kids Worship grades 1-5


   6:30      pm             Mission Friends 3-5 yr. old

   6:30      pm             Children in Action grades 1-6



   9:00        am           Bible Study

   5:00        pm           Youth Bible Study


   6:00        pm           1+1 Youth

FPU Lesson 2: Relating with Money

Nerds and Free Spirits Unite! In this session you’ll learn about working together. Whether married or single, we all need a little accountability to target and reach our goals.

Ladies' Bible Study

The second of six sessions studying The Quest by Beth Moore continues Sunday, September 16 at 5:00 pm.

Fifth Sunday Potluck

Immediately following the service, plan to stay for our 5th Sunday potluck lunch. Everyone is invited, guests and members. This is a great time to get to know the faces you see every Sunday! No evening studies or events.

Fall Community Festival

We have started planning for the Fall Community Festival! Sunday, October 14th 4-6 pm. More information soon to come.

Come be a part of our worship services on Sundays at 10:30.

Sunday Sermon


The church at Pergamum was faithful, but some of their spiritual beliefs were not biblical. How has Aspen Park responded to the worldliness present in worship today?

The church at Smyrna never succumbed to the persecution they faced for their beliefs. Does Aspen Park have what it takes to stand firm against the pressure of today's culture?

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