WHAT TO EXPECT
Worship is about celebrating and centering our lives on what we love most. We believe that God alone is worthy of all our utmost affection and attention, so we begin and end our time by singing and celebrating him together.
The church is not a club or a clique built on what we have (or haven’t) accomplished. Instead, the church is built upon what Jesus has accomplished. Since we have been accepted in this community by grace, we make time to extend a greeting to others, welcoming them as Jesus has welcomed us.
Our money flows freely towards the things that we love. As a church, we give because of the grace and generosity God has given us. We are not under compulsion to give; instead, we should offer cheerfully what God has placed on our hearts. If you would like to give to the church’s work, you can do so by using one of the Give Boxes located outside the sanctuary, send a check in the mail, or use the PushPay app.
We believe that the Bible is God’s word, authority for all life and practice, a library of writings that together tell a unified story, which leads us to Jesus. In reading and exploring the Bible, we expect to be surprised, healed, challenged, and changed. If you don’t have a Bible, you can follow along with the scriptures on our screens or even download a Bible app from your phone.
Every encounter with God invites a response. As we hear about and experience who God is and what he has done for us in Jesus, we are invited to believe, receive and act. In response, we sing to God and pray by simply talking to him about what he has spoken to us. The Prayer Team is also available to pray for you during the latter part of our service, bringing your requests to God on your behalf.
Jesus is always calling us and inviting us to walk with him and follow him. One way we respond to Jesus on Sundays is through taking the Lord’s supper by partaking of the bread, signifying Christ’s broken body, and the cup, representing his blood shed for our forgiveness. If you have put your faith and trust in Jesus, we have an opportunity to receive communion every Sunday.