Do you have small groups?
We do! We call them Life Groups. To find out more, visit our Life Groups page.
What is your worship music like?
Our worship is a blend of Christ-centered contemporary worship songs blended with hymns and other praise songs adapted to fit the contemporary style. It is important to us acknowledge that the church throughout the ages has produced worship songs of lasting value. Because of this, we will not limit the words we sing to simply one era. In our instrumental lineup, you can almost always expect to see a variety of guitars, keyboards, and drums. Occasionally, you may see strings as well.
Do you clap or lift up hands during your worship?
Clapping, lifting up hands, and other physical expressions are encouraged when appropriate to the tone and content of the respective song. For example, clapping to a song like “Amazing Grace” would probably not make much sense. You will find varied responses from people during worship. We don’t seek to conjure up emotions, nor do we discourage genuine heart-felt physical expressions during worship.
Do you pray for the sick?
The pastors and other church leaders are available to pray with you regarding any circumstance or situation. Feel free to approach a pastor or other leader if you would like to pray together.
How long is the worship service?
We begin at 10:30am and usually end at about 11:45am.
How often to you partake of the Lord’s Supper (Communion)?
We usually partake of communion on the 1st Sunday of the month.
Who can receive communion?
The Lord’s Supper is for all who trust in Jesus Christ alone for the forgiveness of sins. Although communion is only a symbol of the New Covenant, it is important not to dishonor the body and blood that Communion symbolizes. In order to protect the integrity of the Body of Christ (Church) and the reverence of the symbolic act of Communion, only those who are true believers in Christ should participate in Communion.
Who can be baptized?
Anyone that is a professing believer in Christ. This would include children as well, so long as they profess faith in Christ in a manner that appropriately reflects their age.
How do you baptize?
The preferred mode of baptism is by full submersion into the water in the name of the Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
How old are the people in your Church?
Our Church has a very balanced age group that worships together and what a joy it is. We are blessed to have people form all ages, from newborn up to 50’s and 60’s.
I see that you are a non-denominational Church, but what type of Church are you similar to?
Our Church seeks to be thoroughly Christ-centered and Biblically grounded in all things. We do however share some distinctions that make us slightly different and unique from other Churches in the community. Please visit the About page to read our Core Beliefs, or download our Doctrinal Statement here. Though we have certain distinctions, we don’t seek to be sectarian and divisive about what makes us different than other Churches.
What is the preaching like?
We usually cover the full text of Scripture in a verse-by-verse fashion. Sometimes, a topic series of sermons will be preached after a book of the Bible has been concluded and then alternate back and forth accordingly. Each sermon aims to center on Christ and honor Him according to the way Christ Himself taught the Scriptures.