What to Expect

We are glad that you are considering worshiping with us.  Our communal worship is a time when we gather together as disciples of Jesus to worship the Lord and encourage the body of believers. Sunday is a significant day for us Christians because it is the day that we celebrate the Lord Jesus’ resurrection from the dead giving hope to us who place our faith in him.

What should I expect on Sunday?

We are friendly congregation that accepts everyone!  We hope you would come into our church building and experience a very friendly group of people.  We will try to make you feel comfortable. Greeters will welcome you at the front door and you can visit our Welcome Center to learn more about our church. We want to make your visit comfortable and encouraging as possible.

Each Sunday you will notice several things:

  • Singing- You will notice that we sing without instruments.  In unity, we lift our voices in praise to God as the Church in the New Testament did.
  • Prayers- We believe it to be very important to offer prayers during our worship for the purposes of thanksgiving to God, and seeking guidance and encouragement for our members, community, and world.
  • Lord’s Supper- Every Sunday we partake in the Lord’s Supper, or communion, in remembrance of our Lord’s sacrifice on the cross.  This comes in the middle of our service and we encourage all Christians to participate by reflecting on Christ’s sacrifice for them.
  • Preaching- We always offer a Bible-based sermon for the purpose of building up our faith, encouraging our spirits, and informing our minds so that we can all be better equipped to live out the Lord’s call for our lives in the world.
  • Offering- Every Sunday, we take up a offering for our members to contribute to the work of the church.  We do not expect or ask for any of our visitors to give.  We do not want you to feel any pressure.  The real work of the church is done by our members in their communities everyday, but we take up an offering to fund our local ministries, foreign missions, benevolence, and our many other works of service for the glory of God.

In everything we do we strive to follow the guidance of the Lord through the Scriptures and through His Spirit.

How should I dress?

On any given Sunday, you’ll find people in suits, ties, khakis, jeans, skirts, or dresses. Wear what makes you comfortable. God isn’t interested in your clothes, and neither are we.

When do you meet?

Sunday:

  • 8:15 a.m. – Worship Service
  • 9:30 a.m. – Bible Class
  • 10:30 a.m. – Worship Service
  • 6:00 p.m. – Evening Worship

Wednesday:

  • 7:00 p.m. – Bible Classes for all ages

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