1. What are your worship services like?
We have two styles of service — traditional and contemporary. The 9:00 am service is traditional and worships with hymns led by a piano. The 10:30 am service is contemporary and sings modern worship songs led by a band. Other than the musical styles, the services are very similar.
2. What should I wear?
Dress is very flexible. You will find a range from very causal to an occasional suit and tie. We strive to make sure that your choice of attire presents no barrier.
3. How long are your services?
The 9:00 am service is one hour and the 10:30 am service is typically one hour and 15 minutes.
4. What about my children?
On Sunday mornings, Sunday school classes are offered during the first worship hour in the Education Building. Classes meet from 9:00 am until 10:15 am when children grades 1-4 are dismissed to their parents.
- The Launch Pad — 1st – 3rd Grades — Room 114
- The NW Kids Zone — 4th – 6th Grades — Room 112
Also on Sunday mornings, from 9:00 am until the end of the 10:30 am Worship Service, we have classes for preschoolers in our Preschool Suite in the Education Building; and we have a Nursery in our Administration Building that allows you to drop off your baby or toddler and attend either a Worship service or an Adult CARE Group, worry free.
During the school year we offer Children’s Church & Children’s Choir every other Sunday morning during the 10:30 am service. Children in grades 1-6 join us in the 2nd service for announcements and singing, and then are dismissed to Children’s Church & Choir before the Pastor gives the morning message. Parents should pick up their children at the conclusion of the worship service in the Kids Zone (room 112) in the Education Building.
5. What do you have for middle school and high school students?
On Sunday mornings, our students meet for Bible Study from 9:00 am to 10:00 am in the Youth Room in the Education Building. Students meet together for announcements and prayer before breaking into Middle and High School groups.
Our Youth LIFE Groups meet weekly throughout the school year. These groups are in-home Bible studies where our students can explore the Bible in a comfortable setting while seeking to discover how the Bible applies to their lives today.
6. What does your church believe?
7. Will I have to say anything, sign anything, give anything or be singled out in any way?
If you are visiting, we do not ask that you give anything. We will not ask you to wear a visitor badge or stand up so that everyone can see you. We will give you the opportunity to share contact information with us so that we may get you more information about our ministries, but this is your choice. Please stop by our welcome center and receive a gift and information about our church.