A Warm Welcome

What does home feel like? Hopefully it is a place where people are glad to see you and share your experience. We think you will feel at home the first time you come through our doors. A friendly greeting, a program for the service, and answers to your initial questions from our greeters will help you overcome that natural first-time anxiety you may fear.

A Safe Place for Your Children

Our volunteer staff will help you check in your children so they are safe in our nursery or children's classrooms. Your children will be in a monitored environment during your visit, and will be released only to you when it is time for you to leave.  That way you can focus on worshiping.


Worshipping through music is simply a response to God for who He is and what He's done for us. You'll hear songs from the radio, sing hymns that have been around for centuries, and learn new worship songs written by some of today's Christian artists. We usually sing 3-4 songs all with the goal of helping people encounter Jesus.


The Bible is a library of writings that are both divine and human, that together tell a unified story which leads us to Jesus. We don't assume that everyone who walks through our doors believes or knows the Bible. Our hope is that you are open to exploring it. We try and communicate the message of the Bible in a practical way that makes sense for our lives today and encourages people to take next steps with God.


We celebrate the Lord’s Supper each week as was the practice in the New Testament Church. Paul taught in 1 Corinthians that it was a remembrance of the sacrifice Jesus made for us, our renewal of the covenant we have with God, and a proclamation of our faith.  All followers of Jesus are welcome to participate with us in the Lord’s Supper.


Within each service, we invite people to respond to the message. Invitation time can be taking some time to reflect and pray, sharing a prayer request on our connect cards, connecting with a member of our prayer team, or responding in worship. For some, it might be saying "yes" to Jesus for the very first time or simply deciding to come back next week.