Our Worship Gatherings
Sunday Worship Services:
9:00 am – Corporate Prayer
9:30 am – Sunday School (To see Sunday School classes offered Click Here.)
10:45 am – Worship
Deaf Interpretation is available during Worship.
Sunday Children’s Information
-Sunday School (up to 5th grade)*
*Kindergarten – 4th grade attend praiZone (children’s worship and interactive Bible learning)
*5th graders attend the 5th grade class
-Sunday School (up to Kindergarten)
*1st grade and up attend worship with their parents in the sanctuary
You can expect four things at all of our worship gatherings:
God honoring worship
Worship is not something we do for a few minutes once a week. Worship is a lifestyle response to God. When we gather together, it should be out of the overflow of our personal worship and walk with God. Thus, we join collectively and multi-generationally to express as one church family how awesome our God is. God is the only object of our worship. Glad obedience is our response.
God’s word spoken
God’s word is complete and gives instruction for every aspect of our lives in order to honor God. Ultimately, God’s word points us to our relationship with God and others. Only God’s word has the capacity to transform our lives and empower us to transform the world. God’s word is the basis for all we do during worship.
God’s presence called upon
God’s presence is what we delight in and desire above all. The heart of worship is an encounter with God. The fruit of worship should be a transformed life and a growing vision of Who and how big our God is. Our prayer is that we encounter God, are changed by God, and leave desiring more of God. Prayer, collective prayer, is a crucial element in worship. We will have various opportunities to cry out to a God we desire and are desperate for. His presence is all the difference.
God’s people serving
Because we worship God, we serve God. Part of worshiping God is serving God within the family of God. Our community of Christ followers provides a context where we can exercise the gifts God has given each of us in order to glorify Him and for the building up of others. We, like Christ, come to serve – not be served.