Welcome, What You Can Expect!

When you arrive
Enter at the main entrance under the carport on the north side of the building.  The entrance is handicapped accessible and an elevator services the lower level of our building.

You will be warmly welcomed at the door by our usher team who will answer any questions you may have and direct you to our Worship service at 10 a.m.

Worship Service
Our Worship Service begins with pre-service music, with the service starting at 10 am. It lasts 1 1/2 hours and includes prayer, singing, scripture reading, sermon (approximately 20-30 minutes), offering and a time of “Tending to the Body” to pray for concerns shared prior to the service.  A variety of music is included in the service.  We use contemporary praise songs, Hymnal: A Worship Book, Sing the Journey, and Sing the Story.  People of all ages are often included in the service–from worship and song leaders to scripture readers, musicians and children’s stories.

For Children–On the second Sunday of each month, children ages 3 through 6 are invited to Children’s Worship.  Occasionally, children are invited to gather on stage to listen to a story that connects with the morning’s scripture and worship theme.

For Babies and Toddlers–Nursery care is provided on the lower level of the building.

After the Worship Service
Many people will introduce themselves to you.  You may be invited to someone’s home for lunch or asked to join them at a restaurant.  A Prayer Room is available to share concerns and have someone pray with you.

What to Wear
Come as you are!  You will see a variety of attire from very casual to formal.

Recent Sermons

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