We've found that those who are successful at Iron Works—that is, those who grow deeper in their faith and experience the power of God—tend to follow a similar framework. They connect with the life of the church through living life alongside others in home groups and men's/women's ministry; they serve others on Sunday mornings and throughout the week; and they give generously of their time and treasure.



These small groups meet biweekly in homes throughout the area to foster more intimate community and build one another up in the faith through sharing, prayer, and study. Home groups are an essential part of the life of Iron Works Church.

Sunday 5pm | Home of Sarah & Jeff Rucinski | Childcare available.

Monday 6:30pm | Home of Rob & Elizabeth Mattox | Dinner | Childcare available.

Tuesday 7pm | Home of Matt & Valerie McGoldrick

Wednesday 5:30pm | Home of Lindsay & Luke Gale | Dinner

Wednesday 5:30pm | Home of Craig & Stephanie Newcomb | Dinner

Tuesday 6:30pm | Perkiomenville | Home of Mark & Deb Fretz



"But as it is, God arranged the members in the body, each one of them, as he chose. If all were a single member, where would the body be? As it is, there are many parts, yet one body."—1 Corinthians 12:18–20

Service of the whole body is necessary both for the church and each member to thrive. God has gifted each of us differently; we are to use those gifts in His service both so that we grow to know Him more deeply and for the care of the body. 

Sunday morning service teams provide one avenue of engagement to this end; service in home groups and through other ministries throughout the week are another. Below is a bit more about each of the Sunday service teams, if you'd like more information, drop us a line

To use technology in fulfilling the Great Commission.

Developers who like to automate and anyone who is interested in using technology to serve the church. If you like problem-solving with code or can think of novel ways the church can benefit from technology without it becoming a distraction, you belong here.


As God “did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all” (Romans 8:32), so our posture toward God and others in response to his love should be one of cheerful sacrifice and generosity. Indeed, just as service to the body benefits the individual's growth, so does giving. As God has been generous to us, we respond in likewise generosity to support the mission of Iron Works Church.