Worship with us!
- 8:15am - Prayer Time
- 9:15am - Bible Class
- 10:30am - Worship
We are excited that you, our honored guest, have chosen to join us in our corporate worship of our great God and savior Jesus Christ. To give you an idea of what happens when we worship together, following is an explanation of some of our regular activities.
Generally, one of our congregational shepherds (also called elders) will welcome everyone and encourage our guests to complete a visitor card and place it in the collection plate. This card gives us a record of your visit and enables us to send you information about our church. During family matters, there are also a few brief announcements.
Congregational, Acapella singing plays a prominent role in our worship service. We sing a mixture of classic hymns and contemporary songs. Song lyrics are displayed on the screens and hymns, indicated by page number in the order of worship, may also be found in the song book located in the pew racks.
Each Sunday, we share in the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus by observing the Lord’s Supper. As we eat the bread and drink the cup, we are reminded of the great love God has for us by reflecting upon the tremendous price Jesus paid for our salvation from sin. Everyone is invited to participate in this time of thanksgiving.
After the Lord’s Supper, we give our members an opportunity to give financially to support the church. This money is used to fund all of our operating expenses as well as support our various ministries. Collection plates will be passed for anyone who would like to share in the financial support of our work.
Each week, a lesson is delivered from the Bible to help us grow in our knowledge of God and in our understanding of what it means to live as a follower of Christ. Everyone is encouraged to read from their own Bibles during the sermon. Bibles are also provided in the pew backs for this purpose. Sermons are recorded each week and may be downloaded from our church web site or purchased in CD format at the welcome center.
Family Prayer Time
At some point in the service, shepherds, ministers and their spouses, position themselves around the sanctuary to receive people for prayer. Anyone who desires to come for prayer or to request spiritual guidance or baptism is invited to speak with one of these leaders during this time.