Sunday Church Service
begins at 10:30 a.m.
All are welcome.
Wherever you are in your journey with God, you are welcome to come and be a part of our Sunday gathering. Following God is all about knowing Him and getting to know others who are trying to pursue God in their own lives. Here, we believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and we love to walk together as Christ followers. We welcome you to visit us and check things out for yourself. Below is some information that you may find useful in preparing for your first visit.
What to expect...
We make sure that the first person you see when you come through the doors is a person with a smile. If you have questions about the church and what services we offer, please ask one of our friendly greeters.
What to wear...
Things are pretty casual here, anything from jeans to nice casual is the norm.
How long do our church services last?
Our structured church service runs from 10:30 am to 12:00 p.m. After that we offer a time of greeting and gathering after service with coffee and refreshments served.
What about kids?
If you are bringing children with you, we offer some great child care choices for you. We have a great infant and toddler program (ages 6 weeks to 4 years) as well as a fun and educational big kids program (ages 4-12). We also provide a quiet and private room where you can nurse/feed your infant while still being able to hear the message.
All of our volunteers in our children's ministries have passed background checks and we also have a two-adults at all times policy in place. We take the safety of your children very seriously.
What can I expect during the church service?
Our services begin with contemporary worship music. Then a message is shared which is relevant and practical to everyday life. Song lyrics and bible scriptures are displayed on tv screens to enable everyone to follow along.
The first Sunday of the month is Communion Sunday and the only difference is that we take communion after worship and before preaching. Big kids start church with us on these Sundays and then ride the trolley after Communion to enjoy a shorter lesson for the week.