Childcare now provided up to ten years of age.
We pray that you will worship with us soon and experience the presence and love of Christ among us.
Our service offerings range from quiet and contemplative to contemporary, and each retains traditional liturgical elements.
Our worship is marked by:
- Truth: Our sermons and teachings are all Bible-based and life application-oriented. We uphold God's Word as contained in the Old and New Testaments to contain all things necessary for salvation. We call on the Holy Spirit to lead us and keep us in His truth.
- Release: Throughout each service, we have numerous opportunities to respond to God's love through pray, hear and respond to the Word, singing God's praises, and offering ourselves to Him. We are not merely observers, but rather participants anticipating a supernatural transaction in His holy presence.
- Order: Our liturgy brings a sense of flow and structure as our worship unfolds; and yet, we are often compelled by the Spirit to step out of a liturgical form and respond as He moves us.
- Legacy: As we worship, we see that we are a part of God's holy, universal church that was birthed on the day of Pentecost nearly 2,000 years ago. Our liturgy and worship recall actual events in Judeo-Christian history; remind us of God's ongoing, abiding presence through His Holy Spirit; and redirect us forward as we anticipate Jesus Christ's return and the triumph of His Church. There is a sense, when one enters fully into worship, that we are a part of something that has lasted—and will last—throughout the ages.