We are a people committed to “Reaching up” in our total dependence on Jesus Christ, “Reaching Within” as we grow to model Christ in all aspects of living, and “Reaching out” by inviting a hurting world to a place of health and healing in Christ.
Begun for the cause of Christ as a Methodist missional outpost in the year 1840, Maples’ mission remains the same, today: making disciples of Jesus Christ.
We encourage the embracing of Biblical life-values, intentional spiritual formation, sharing God’s gifts and providing an individual witness of Christ to the world. We believe it is the duty of the church to bring the community together around Christ, and to in that mindset, we offer community outreach and an open invitation to all Maples' events.
We are open for worship on Sunday mornings, and everyone is invited. Our worship service times are 8:30, 9:00, and 11:00, and you and your family can choose any number of them to attend to meet your spiritual and scheduling needs.
8:30 Service - Daybreak
- The Daybreak service offers a typically shorter and traditionally minded service that separates itself by serving communion every Sunday. It's often favored by people who like a tight-knit community with their worship services or who have schedules that lean towards rising early on Sunday morning. You can attend it at 8:30 in the Sanctuary every Sunday morning, with Sunday School immediately afterwards.
9:00 Service - The Connection
- The Connection offers a more contemporary service experience, complete with a praise band, projector screen, and free coffee bar. It's often favored by people who like worship services to have a casual feel, and more experimental methods of worship. It has the same feel as attending a freshly planted church. The connections you make here are personal, you will feel seen, and you will come to know God in a more intimate way. You can attend this service at 9:00 in Wesley Hall on Sunday mornings and on select accoustic worship nights.
11:00 Service - Traditions
- Our 11:00 service is called "Traditions." It offers a traditional worship service, complete with an organ, a choir, and printed hymn books. We loosely follow the Methodist Book of Worship when building the Traditions service. It's often favored by people who prefer their services to be high worship. You will be blown away by the bombastic energy and the quiet introspection we can have in this service. It's located in the Sanctuary at 11:00 on Sunday mornings, but you can also view it using our Livestream page.