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What to Expect

We know it can be a little intimidating visiting a new church, however, we would love to meet you! All are welcome to check us out at any time. Just come as you are and join in. We hope you’ll take a few minutes to explore our website and learn more about us. Below are some frequently asked questions that will hopefully help you feel at home when you come to see us.

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When are your services? What are they like?

Weekly services are held Sunday mornings at 9:00 am. We offer Biblical teachings and God-Centered worship services from a Reformed tradition perspective. It is our goal to develop discipleship through the paradigm of the gospel and deepen our understanding and experience in Christ both in head and heart. The music at our services can be described as blended. We have a live band serve each week and our worship can include both hymns and contemporary praise songs.

What can you tell me about Communion?

Communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper, is the church’s way of celebrating the gift of eternal life given to us by Jesus Christ when he died on the cross for us. Communion is typically six times per year and open to anyone who believes in Jesus Christ as their personal savior. You do not need to be a member of our church to partake. Children may partake if their parents deem it appropriate. In lieu of wine, we serve non-alcoholic grape juice to all. Communion is distributed at the front of the church and taken together from the pews once all have been reseated. If you are unable to come to the front of the sanctuary, someone will bring the communion bread and juice to you.

I have small children. What do I need to know before coming to church?

First and foremost, bring them! In Matthew 19:14, Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” There are educational paper activities and quiet bags children can pick up on their way into church as you grab your bulletin. If you need a quiet moment, there is a room in the back of the church intended for babies and toddlers who need a little more space, as well as a television so parents can continue watching the service. There is not a staffed nursery available at this time. There is also a “Children’s Message” given as a part of our worship where all children are invited to come forward, if they wish, to more closely experience the message.

What opportunities do you have for fellowship and Christian education outside of Sunday church services?

Sunday School Classes for ages three through adults are held at 10:15 am, giving everyone a chance to stretch their legs and enjoy some refreshments after church before classes begin. Even if this is your first time visiting us, you’re welcome to join in.  Wednesday nights are pretty active around here as well. The first and third Wednesday we host a dinner for anyone who wants to come – free of charge!  Following dinner is a plethora of activities for all ages. Check out our All Ages Ministries for details. For specifics on age-specific activities, visit the Children’s Ministries, Youth Ministries, or Adult Ministries pages on this site.

What denomination is this church and how do I find out what you believe?

We are a Reformed Church. In 2022, we joined the Alliance of Reformed Churches. Our mission is to be a community of grace, knowing, loving, and worshiping our God according to the Bible, expressing the mercy of Christ to our community and world! Click to learn more about us and what we believe

What should I wear?

Feel free to wear casual and comfortable.