Families worshipping together
Everyone was made for something bigger than themselves, something that they can give ourselves to. That something is God. We were made to know him and worship him, which means putting him first in every area of our lives. Our lives become healthy and sane when we put first things first. As a church, we are committed to putting God first in all things.
We begin worship as one big family, adults and kids together. After singing and praying together, the children go to an awesome and learning time designed just for them.
Like most churches we follow Christ’s command and celebrate the Lord’s Supper regularly (once a month), unlike others, we do so early in the service so that the kids can celebrate it with their parents.
Some Questions You Might Have
When is worship?
Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
What's the service like?
Our worship style is relaxed and our music is lead by a band. We sing music that is both new and old, drawing from the best wherever we find it. The service lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
What do I wear?
Whatever you are most comfortable in. Most people dress casually, some people dress up a bit. Jesus doesn't care, so why should we.
What about my kids?
A distinctive characteristic of our Sunday mornings is our children's ministry. Kids make up a large proportion of the attendees. We have nursery for infants. Children and teens invited to come to the service with their parents for the first part of worship. After some singing and announcements, they are excused to Discovery Kids where they have a blast discovering God for themselves.
Will you embarrass me?
In short, No. We try to make each person feel as comfortable as possible when he or she come to the weekend service. We will never make you stand up or point you out in a crowd. You can remain anonymous or get connected at your own pace.
What about Communion?
We celebrate the Lord's Supper together on the first Sunday of every month. If you have faith in Jesus Christ as the Son of God, we invite you to join us in communion. It does not matter what your church affiliation is. You are welcome even if you have no affiliation at all.
Are you Pentecostal?
No. We get this question occasionally. We share our building with a Spanish-speaking Pentecostal-Holiness church. This explains why there are signs in Spanish on the building with the word 'pentecostal' on them. We are a presbyterian congregation.