Never been here before? Wondering what to expect?living-word-symbol

While we have both contemporary and traditional worship styles on Sunday morning, you’ll find a pretty comfortable atmosphere at all our worship services. Dress however you’d like for whatever service you’d like – you’ll find some pretty casual attire and some people pretty dressed up. That’s OK. And don’t worry – you’re not going to get called out in the worship service and asked to tell us your life story – we want you to feel welcome, but we don’t want you to feel like you’re “on display” either.

You can learn more about our worship services here.

Grab a cup of coffee at one of our coffee stations, and stop by the welcome desk. There’ll be someone there to answer all your questions.

Children

There’s a staffed nursery for the littlest ones (2 and under), and a check-in station for preschoolers and elementary kids on level 1 or 2.  And we really want you to know that kids, of whatever age, are always welcome to stay with you in worship if that’s what you (or they) would like.  If you’re worried about your littlest ones making some noise – because we’re not – you can also watch the service through the window in our cry room.  You can learn more about our kid’s programming by checking out our children’s home page.

Youth

If you’ve got middle or high schoolers with you, they’re going to love “ILLUMINATE”, our youth Sunday School time that includes a time of fellowship, prayer and learning held at 9:00 am in the youth room.   And they’ll probably want to come back for all the great stuff we’ve got going on for youth during the week!  Visit the youth page.

Adults

Already looking for some adult discussion groups in addition to worship?  We’ve got Sunday morning groups that are Bible-study oriented, book-study oriented, life-skills oriented, and service-ministry oriented.  Feel free to drop in and get a feel for any of them – each one has its own “personality!”  You can get more details on the Adult Ministry Page.

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