Severe Weather Closing

Due to current winter weather conditions, Church of the Open Door building is CLOSED (Thursday, April 11.) 

All activities and events have been cancelled including Women's Bible Study.
Please refer to the Events page for any rescheduled events. 

Evening Activities Canceled tonight

Due to the dangerously snowy weather,  evening activities have been canceled
Wednesday, April 10.

Sorry, friends. No youth programming tonight. :(

Women's Bible Study is cancelled both Wed, Apr 10 AND Thurs, Apr 11.


We hope you take this time to check in on your neighbors and family. 

If you are working out in the snow and cold, thank you for your service!
Whatever the case may be, we hope you stay safe and warm.







Sunday Worship Service canceled

Due to the severe weather we are experiencing, the Worship Service for Sunday, Mar 10 has been canceled.
And all activities in the building have also been canceled. Refer to the Events page for rescheduled events.


Worship can still take place as you help clear your neighbors driveway, or maybe this is a chance to enjoy a time of Sabbath rest. Whatever the case may be, we hope you stay safe and warm.

Feel free to scroll through recent sermons or visit the sermon archive.

With Grateful Hearts

David Johnson has served as Senior Pastor and Lead Teaching Pastor at Open Door since 1980. On March 4, Dave announced that he would be ending his time on staff exactly 38 years to the date of his first Sunday at Open Door.


We are both grateful for what Dave has given to our church and also excited to bless him as he looks forward to God's calling for his next season of ministry!


Along with special guests, please join us for ONE worship service to celebrate the ministry of Dave & Bonnie Johnson.

Kids programming for birth through 2 years-old is available for this service. 


Sun, Nov 25, 10am

All-Church Celebration to follow

Sunday services Cancelled

Due to the severe winter weather and driving conditions, services tomorrow (Sun. April 15) have been cancelled.

Worship however can still happen in your neighbors driveway! Or maybe you need to enjoy a time of Sabbath rest? Whatever the case may be, we encourage you to stay safe and warm.