We are one church with one purpose: bring glory to God. And our story is still being written, as He continues to change lives by His Spirit through our ministries and people.
When you arrive for a worship service, you’ll find friendly people who aim to make your first visit an encouraging one. Our parking attendants will direct you, and then our greeters will meet you in the lobby to guide you and answer any questions that you have. If you have children ages Infants – Grade 5, you may check them in at our secure Mission Kids area.
What to wear? The Lord focuses on the heart more than on the outward appearance, and so do we. You’ll find a wide variety in dress among our congregation, anything from casual jeans and shorts to more formal attire. We simply aim to dress so as not to draw attention to ourselves but instead to keep the focus on Jesus Christ alone.
We seek to lead people further into a life-altering relationship with the living God, and our worship services reflect that. The authority of God’s Word is preached without apology and His Son is exalted with gratitude and adoration.
As you enter the Sanctuary, our ushers will welcome you with a bulletin and will be glad to direct you to your seat.
We encourage you to arrive early as our services always begin on time and last approximately 1.5 hours. Our times of worship begin with music (mostly original and contemporary songs, with occasional hymns and new arrangements) and prayer. Then, we open God’s Word together with expository, verse-by-verse preaching.
Don’t miss Step 1 that immediately follows the service. There, you’ll meet some of our staff and leaders who will answer any questions you may have and provide you with resources.
Mission Kids for boys and girls from Birth–Grade 5 is provided during our Sunday morning services.
Mission Students serves our middle school and high school students.
Meeting weekly on Wednesday evenings, Students meet in both large group and small groups on alternating weeks. Each week, middle school and high school students meet together for worship and fellowship time. They then separate for age-appropriate teaching and small group time. Students are encouraged to support one another and to take part in serving our body, in outreach opportunities throughout the year.