Coming to church for the first time may seem an overwhelming experience and you may wonder what to expect.
Well, to start with, we warmly welcome you! Together we are one beautiful family made up of many diverse backgrounds, so as you look around you will find that you belong. Whether you wear a suit or dress, jeans or shorts, come as you are to be a part of worshipping Jesus with us!
When you arrive in the parking lot our friendly volunteers will guide you to the best parking available. Inside the doors of the church, you will be welcomed by our enthusiastic hospitality volunteers who will help you find your way around and feel right at home. Join us downstairs in our café for a snack before or after service and get to meet some of our church family.
If you have children we invite you to bring them downstairs to our check-in stations for our Kingdom Kids ministry.
Using exciting media, small group community building, and hands-on crafts and activities our mission is to create a fun, safe environment where we can teach our children that Jesus loves them and that they have divine value and purpose! With classes ranging from infants to 6th grade on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights, your kids will have an exciting opportunity to make lifelong friends and discover God’s life-giving purpose! All of our classes are staffed by trained volunteers who have all passed background checks.
Sunday service is about 90 minutes long.
We share times of exuberant singing and more quiet worship as we joyfully express our love to God for His greatness. The sermons are Christ-centered and taught in engaging ways reminding us that Jesus Christ is and has the solutions for every area of our lives. At the close of service, our pastors are available for prayer at the front of the sanctuary.
I have decided.
Beyond anything else we could ever share with you, we offer you Jesus. Regardless of who you are, or what you’ve done, God really does love you. He sent His Son who paid the ultimate price for you. He died for your sins but death could not hold Him. Through the resurrection of Christ you, too, can have a new and eternal life.
Salvation is simply asking Jesus into your heart. Ask Him to heal you, to forgive you, to teach you His ways, and to use you to help others.
If you prayed this simple prayer, welcome to the Kingdom! .