What to Expect

We recognize that it can be a little intimidating trying to find your way around a new place. To help guests become familiar with our church, members and staff are on hand to help you find your way around. If you have any questions, just look for the Connections Team with the orange lanyards once you arrive.

Worship at 9:30 AM

Our worship service is about 70 minutes in length. The first thing you will probably notice is that there are no instruments. We come from a rich heritage of vocal music that emphasizes simplicity, participation, and community. We sing a mix of contemporary and traditional songs that help those worshipping to rejoice and reflect. Most guests are inspired by the fusion of harmonies and the volume of hundreds of voices lifted in praise!

A weekly message from our preaching minister is shared in addition to prayer and Communion.

When you attend, we will ask you to fill out a Connection Card, which we will exchange for a gift. First-time visitors are encouraged to pick-up their gift at our Connections Center in the lobby.

Communion and Giving

Every Sunday, we celebrate Jesus’ body and blood through a meal involving bread and grape juice. We call it communion, but some may call it the Lord’s Supper. The purpose of this celebration has three parts: to remind the church of the new covenant with God through the sacrifice of Jesus, to live transformed because his power is at work within us, and to remain connected to other disciples.

We also take up a weekly offering to help advance God’s Kingdom both locally and abroad. As a guest, you are not expected to make an offering. Offerings are made by our members as part of their commitment to God and the church.

Bible Classes at 10:45 AM

Whether you are new to church or you’ll be attending for your first time, there is a class for you. We offer classes for all ages that focus on living out the message of Christ.

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