We are excited to have you join us for our worship services! This page will tell you what to expect when you attend on a Sunday morning. You can also view our services on Youtube to get a feel for what the services look and feel like.
When You Arrive:
- Our Sunday service began at 10:30. When you arrive, you'll be met at the door by our greeters. They can direct you to the kids check-in, or the nursery.
- Ages 0-3 will be directed to the nursery. Kids aged 4-8th grade join in the service through Prayers and then are dismissed to Jr. Worship. There are fidget toys and activity packs are available at check-in for kids who would enjoy that while they are participating in the main service.
- High School students join in on the main service.
- Our services do not have a dress code. You'll find people in dress clothes, casual clothes, and everywhere in between. Whether you're in your best clothes or your most comfortable clothes, you're welcome here!
The Worship Service:
Confession & Reconciliation
Every Sunday we take time to worship together. As a multi-generational church, we strive for a balance between contemporary and traditional worship. Our goal is that, whether you prefer Hillsong or the hymnal, you will be able to sing something meaningful to you.
Every week we take a moment to come before God and ask forgiveness for our sins, as well as thanking God for the ways he is changing us to be more like him. Then we remind each other that we are forgiven by Jesus Christ!
Our church observes communion every Sunday as a central part of our worship. We believe in open communion--all believers are welcome and encouraged to participate. If you've never taken communion before, please feel free to just sit and watch as we share the meal. You can pick up a communion cup on the table in the foyer before the service.
We believe that giving to God--and investing in your home congregation--are important spiritual disciplines, and so we make it a part of our weekly service. Giving to the offering is not the price of admission, it is an act of worship toward God.
Prayers of the Church
We believe that prayer is an essential part of the life of the church. After communion we will take time to pray as a congregation, to praise God, to give thanks, and to share the burdens of our hearts.
The purpose of the sermon is to proclaim the word of God--to build up the congregation by teaching, encouraging, and motivating them from the Scriptures. We believe that preaching must be based firmly in the word of God--both the written word of God (the Bible), and the living Word of God, Jesus Christ.
We believe that the Good News of Jesus Christ can transform lives, and we want to offer an opportunity at every service for people to respond to what God is doing in their hearts. At the end of every service we will invite you to make a decision to take your next step with Jesus--giving your life to him, attending one of our connect classes, joining a small group, or giving back through a service team. You can come forward during the final song, or let us know about your decision on your connection card.