Those who visit our church come to us from various backgrounds and church traditions. This means that people have many different expectations of what a church service should be like. This page will let you know what you can expect at our church on Sunday mornings. If you have any further questions, feel free to use the contact page.
What is our worship like?
We have many gifted musicians who play a wide variety of instruments for the glory of God (Ps. 150). In our worship there is a blending of traditional and contemporary music that is biblically rich and theologically sound. The content and style allow us to joyfully and reverently express our love and thanks to God.
What is our preaching like?
The preaching is Christ-centered, expositional, and practical. We seek to explain Scripture in its original historical context, demonstrate its connection to the person and work of Jesus Christ, and show why it matters for living today. By God’s word we are convicted, challenged, refreshed, encouraged, and by God’s grace we are transformed more and more into the image of Christ. Our sermons are available in the resource section: Sermon Audio
What version of the Bible do you preach from?
We preach from the English Standard Version of the Bible. Check out this link to learn why we use the ESV: About the ESV
Is there a dress code?
No, not if you’re asking if people have to get dressed up. We only ask that people meet the biblical dress code of modesty (1 Tim 2.9; 1 Pet 3:1-6).
Do you have child care?
Yes we do. Most of the children stay in the service and worship with their parents, but we also have a nursery for children four and under, as well as a cry room at the back of the auditorium. Parents or siblings of a child in the nursery are the one only ones allowed to pick up the child after the service. Children who have shown symptoms of illness within 24 hours of a church service should not be left in the nursery.