WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT US
We welcome you to join us on Sunday mornings at 10:15AM for worship. When you arrive, you will find a busy lobby where old and new friends gather to chat before making their way to our auditorium. Both our Welcome Desk and Children's Check-in Desk attendants are available to answer questions and provide guidance.
Our service begins and ends with prayer and worship music, which is a blend of traditional hymns and modern songs. Sermons adhere to Biblical doctrine so that we are always preaching the Word of God to glorify Him. If you have
questions about what we teach, the Bible, the meaning of salvation, or other elements of our service, please contact us to get connected to one of our elders and pastors.
The first Wednesday of each month throughout the school year is our Family Night at church. We welcome individuals and families for a meal prepared by our kitchen team beginning at 6:00PM in our gym. Following dinner, children will
enjoy PowerUp - a time of games, Bible lessons, and small group discussion time. Adults will also gather for an interactive large group class. Please contact us to learn about registering your children for PowerUp, or to ask any other questions about Family Night.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear on Sunday?
We do not have a dress code. Everyone is welcome to dress as casually or formally as they would like, just as long as they are dressed.
What time should I arrive on Sunday?
Our service begins at 10:15AM, so we hope to have almost everyone in their seats by that time. Most people arrive shortly before or after 10:00AM so that they have time to get coffee and visit with friends. If it is your first time visiting, please stop by our Welcome Desk to speak with someone who will give you more information about the church.
Are children and babies allowed in the service?
Children are always welcome in our services. We offer Nursery for infants through age 2 and Children's Church for
children from age 3 through 6th grade, but your family is not required to send children out of the service.
Do you have offering requirements?
We rely fully on the gifts provided by God to sustain our ministry. Therefore, we do not require any financial commitment from members, attenders, or vistitors. We ask everyone to give as they feel led, and we are always thankful for God's
financial blessings. If you would like to make an offering, we have a box at the back of the sanctuary, and you can also give online.
What Bible translation do you use?
Our pew Bibles are the 1984 print edition of the New International Version (NIV) Bible. During the service, our pastor may read from other translations, and everyone is welcome to follow along in the the translation they prefer.