God-Centered Worship (Luke 10:27).
Every part of our worship focuses on praising God in the ways He’s directed and learning more about Him. We try to forget ourselves as much as possible and look to Him for guidance. We imitate, to the best of our abilities, what we find in the New Testament descriptions of early Christian worship.
Singing (Ephesians 5:19).
Every time we gather, we lift our voices together to praise God and to teach and encourage one another.
Prayer (1 Thessalonians 5:19).
During our prayers we approach God with respect, love, and wonder. We believe that you cannot have a relationship with God without it, and so we strive to be a praying church.
Communion (Luke 22:7-20).
This is a memorial celebration that we participate in every Sunday. We follow the model of Christ’s last supper. We remember Christ’s blood as we drink the fruit of the vine (grape juice), and Christ’s body as we eat (unleavened bread). This “meal” is a beautiful symbol of the unity we find in Christ. It’s also a remembrance of the sacrifice Christ made for all people and a celebration of the effects that sacrifice has had in our lives.
Giving (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).
Jesus talks more about money than any other topic in the Bible. By giving our best to God, we enable the church, His body, to work in the world and show Christ to others.
Teaching (Matthew 28:20).
During this part of the service, one of our ministers will direct us in a study of God’s Word. We strive to present lessons that are Bible-based, dynamic, challenging, and relevant.
God-Focused Study (Acts 17:11).
We’d love for you to visit our weekly bible study periods at 10 AM on Sunday mornings, 6 PM on Sunday nights, and 7 PM on Wednesday nights.