We gather to worship every Sunday, giving our attention to Jesus and His love for us. Worship is not an event; it is a heart condition of gratitude and submission to our Lord.
Our worship gatherings are opportunities to rehearse and reinforce that kind of heart condition with other members of our church. Our worship gatherings are not intended only for our benefit. God intends that people who have yet to respond to God’s grace and love should be able to see and hear us worshiping and come to a life-changing awareness that Jesus offers salvation to everyone.
Two Services, One Savior
People from many backgrounds and situations experience Jesus with us each Sunday, and our two distinct worship services help all individuals worship in a style that echoes the expression of their own heart. Classic Worship (9am) provides majestic worship expressions that continue to engage God’s people. Celebration Worship (10:30am) connects exuberant worshipers with new sights and sounds for a new era of worship.
What to Expect:
- Our Sunday services are typically 60-75 minutes. Enjoy some food and fellowship in the Family Life Center between the 9am and 10:30am services.
- Connect Groups meet during both services. Check out our Connect Group page to find the group that is right for you.
- Please dress as casually or as formally as you like. We strive for a friendly, relaxed atmosphere where you feel welcomed and comfortable.
- Your children will be in the very best care. We have put great effort and planning into constructing an environment that is safe, fun, and spiritually enriching for your child.
- Tiny town is where infants through preschoolers spend Sunday morning. Kindergarten – 4th grade worship in our specialized “Kidz Worship”, and 5th -12th graders worship in the sanctuary.
Remember that a church is not a gathering place for perfect people. We are all here because we need a Savior. We are here because we know Jesus is the answer. And we are all learning, every day, to better live and love like He did.
Will you join us in the journey?