We cannot wait to have you join us for weekend worship! As you plan your visit, here are a few helpful things to know.
When and where are services?
Services begin at 9:00 AM and 10:45 AM at each of our campuses and last approximately one hour. We start with a time of worship followed by a message from our preaching team. Messages seek to lead people toward a meaningful, transforming encounter with Jesus through His Word.
We also regularly celebrate the sacraments of Holy Communion and Holy Baptism, and kid's programming is offered during weekend services.
If you can't attend in person, you can always watch online here.
What can I expect when I arrive?
We encourage you to join us a few minutes before the service starts to grab a coffee and gather with other attenders. Each of our locations also has a Welcome Center or Hub where you can get any questions answered. If you're a first-time attender, this is also where you'll recieve your welcome gift!
If you have kids with you, they are welcome in the service or we will help you check them into our children's ministry programs for infants to 5th grade.
We also offer family rooms if you or your little one need a break in the service, just ask a volunteer or our hospitality team to point you in the right direction.
Can I bring my kids?
Kids are always welcome in our services! We also have incredible children's ministry for infants to 5th grade with games, music, and age-appropriate lessons. Our volunteers can help you check in on your first visit and find the right room for your child.
You will also get a tag with your child's unique identification code, so if you are needed for any reason throughout the service we will let you know right away.
What are your COVID procedures?
We generally stick to state guidelines when it comes to masking and other COVID protocol.
At this time, we are not requiring attendees or volunteers to wear masks. However, we do encourage caution in this area as we lead with love and compassion for others. If you are feeling unwell, we encourage you to join us online. We also encourage good hygiene—covering coughs, washing hands thoroughly and often, and being respectful of others' comfort levels.
Other levels ways we are staying safe during in-person worship include:
- Services being as touchless as possible
- Not passing out programs, Bibles, or pens
- Providing touchless contribution boxes and online giving rather than passing offering baskets
- Closing water fountains
We continue to closely monitor transmission rates and trends in our area, which could lead to eventual changes in our COVID protocol.