Foyer and Café
  • As you enter into our foyer before our gathering begins, feel free to visit our Welcome Kiosk at the back to learn more about our church.  You'll see a lot of us wearing nametags to help put names to friendly faces, so you can stick one on as well if you would like.  Afterwards, grab a free drink or breakfast snack before the gathering begins, or stick around afterwards to munch and mingle!



Prayer
  • On Sundays, our building is filled with prayer starting in small groups at 9:00 before our gathering starts with leaders, members and all others that desire to join, as well as corporate prayer all throughout our time of worship.  If at any time during or after service you would like someone to pray with you, there will always be someone in the foyer for you to turn to.
Music
  • Our walls are filled with a mix of contemporary and ancient songs that are Biblically-faithful and Christ-focused.
Preaching
  • We typically study one book of the Bible at a time, passage by passage.  We aim to preach the gospel in every sermon, knowing that its shallow waters are the means by which we come to a relationship with God and its unsearchable depths are the means by which we know and love Him more and more.  Our hope is that our body will receive His word with pen in hand with the purposes of both receiving and sharing what God put on their hearts with others.

The Lord's Supper
  • We participate in Communion twice a month in order to remember Christ's atoning death with thanksgiving and be unified together as members of one body.
Giving
  • Giving of the first-fruits of our time, talents, and resources back to our Giver is an act of worship.  An offering box is located at the entrance of our sanctuary, or you can make one-time or recurring offerings here through our website.  If you are a guest, we are thankful that you have joined us and do not expect you to give.
Family Worship
  • While we have childcare and children's programs available, children are also welcome to worship in the sanctuary with their family.  What's a family without a little noise?  The more generations, the merrier!
Dress
  • Come as you are!  You will find the culture of our church body is very relaxed and casual.

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