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What does church service look like? The service lasts about one hour and a half. The worship team will lead in a contemporary and traditional Spirit led worship (usually about 3 songs). Then the pastor will teach us how to use the Word of God in our lives for about thirty minutes. At the end of service we end it with prayer.
What do i wear? Just come as yourself (our Pastor wears jeans). Some people dress business casual or wear a hoodie and jeans, we do not care about clothing and neither does God. It’s not the suit its the soul.
Is there something for my children? Yep, our Crosskids children ministry is great and secure. 6 months - 5th grade. We use Checkins through planning center and all workers have completed background checks. The children will worship, have fun, and learn about God at the same time you are because we believe the children are ministers, missionaries, prophets, prayer-warriors, true worshippers, and world changers.
What about worship? We believe in a Spirit led worship. It is a mix of contemporary and traditional style worship.
What time do I show up? We start at 10 am sharp on Sundays. Service lasts approximately 90 minutes. People typically show up 20-30 minutes before church to get some coffee and fellowship. We also have a bible study that starts at 9 am.
Will I be asked to give money? We do take up an offering during service, but the money collected is used to help the community and keep the lights on. Do not feel obligated give because you are our guests, we just want you to experience God while you are here.
What are the next steps to connect? We have smaller groups that will meet at different times and locations during the week. There is a list of some on the ministries tab. You can also find volunteer opportunities or events coming up under the events tab.
JUST ASK US
If you have any more questions, just ask us. We love people and want you to want to be our guest. We have more information about who we are and what we believe in this website, but feel free to ask us more.