What should I wear?
The body of the the church is made up of a variety of people from different walks of life and what people wear on Sundays reflects that. We have people who wear suits and ties all the way to those who feel more at home in tiger print shorts and a t-shirt. Wear what makes you comfortable (as long as you’ve got more than just your skivvies on).
Do I need a Bible? What translation do you use?
We do encourage attendees to follow along in the Bible during the message, but it’s okay if you don’t have one. There are Bibles available in the backs of most of the pews. Or if you have a smartphone, we would recommend just downloading an app like The Bible App from YouVersion, that way you have the Word of God with you no matter where you go. The main translations that are preached from on a given Sunday are the New King James Version(NKJV), the New International Version(NIV) and the New American Standard Version(NASB).
What’s available for my kids?
We have a number of ministries for children and youth to help them learn about Gods grace and love. Our Youth Ministries statement is,
Our Mission is to reach students with the gospel of grace through Jesus Christ and to equip them to become active followers of Christ.
There are 6 children and youth Sunday school classes starting from ages 3 up to High School. Classes are from 9am to 10am. During the 10:30am Worship Service, Kids ages 4 through 5th grade are in the sanctuary for singing, then are released for Children’s Church. Nursery services are offered for all children 3 years old and below during both the Sunday school hour and the Worship Service. Also on Sundays, there is Evening Praise and Fellowship for both Middle School and High School where the teens will worship in song, have a short devotional and be able to just hang out with others their own age while having fun. Middle School Fellowship starts at 6:45pm and High School Fellowship starts at 7:00pm.
During the week we have AWANA Clubs on Wednesday from 6:25pm to 8:05pm for age 3 through High School. Learn more about AWANA Clubs here.
What is the music like?
Our morning worship is a mix of contemporary Christian and hymnals. Our praise team loves to learn new songs to bring to the fellowship so that we can, as Psalms 96 puts it, “Sing a new song to the LORD”, but we do still find that there is depth in the words of the older hymns that are relevant to us today. As such, we like to mix the old with the new.
What are your beliefs?
We have our doctrines and beliefs outlined on our beliefs page. You can click here to read in depth.
Any more questions?
If you have anymore questions, we would love for you to contact us here.