What to Expect

Welcome

Worship – We’ll spend about 30 minutes praising God in a fun, culture current way. Even if you don’t know the songs, you can follow along. The words are on screens above the stage.

People who raise their hands in the air, “Because Your loving kindness is better than life, My lips shall praise You. Thus I will bless You while I live; I will lift up my hands in Your name.”(Psalm 63:3-4)

People who pray aloud, “I cry out to the Lord with my voice, With my voice to the Lord I make my supplication.” (Psalm 142:1)

Lots of singing, Oh, sing to the Lord a new song! Sing to the Lord, all the Earth. Sing to the Lord, bless His name; Proclaim the good news of His salvation from day to day.” (Psalm 96:1-2)

Clapping of hands, “Oh, clap your hands, all you peoples! Shout to God with the voice of triumph!” (Psalm 47:1)

Prayer – This is an opportunity to receive prayer from the prayer ministry team. We’ve seen God show up and answer prayer in awesome ways.

Welcome – We’ll welcome our visitors.  A highlights of what’s happening and upcoming events.

Message – We’ll focus on a biblical topic taught in a format that helps seekers and Christ followers toward practical life application of God’s word in today’s world.  we are very ‘exegetical’ in our approach to messages.  That means we like to speak our messages verse to verse in Scripture.

Want to take Communion? – We offer communion during the service on the first Sunday of the month.

Have Kids? – We have a great kids program! We have recently renovated 2 entire buildings to accommodate our student & children’s ministries (even the preschool & nursery).  Parents sign the children in their respective classes before service starts.  Each parent & child receives a name tag sticker that must be presented to pick the child up after service.  We have plenty of signs indicating where the ministries are located.  CHILDREN ARE ALLOWED IN THE ADULT SERVICE, and If you do bring children into the service, we offer a comfort room where you can take them if they become restless. The comfort room has toys, a place to sit, and a way to view the service so that you can still watch and hear the message.