What You Can Expect on a Sunday Morning
The list below is what we call our "Order of Worship." We share this with you so you can know what to expect if visiting on a Sunday morning.
Singing the Worship of God
We sing together, the pastor leads us in a prayer to God, and we sing some more.
Acknowledging Our Need for God’s Mercy and Grace
One of our church leaders prays for the congregation, asking for forgiveness in Jesus' name for the sins committed during the previous week and reminding those who do believe of the assurance of salvation found in Jesus.
Greeting One Another
Children ages 3-Kindergarten are dismissed to Children’s Worship (during the 10:45 am Worship Service only) and everyone enjoys a brief time of meeting people sitting near them.
Offering Back to God What He Has Given
A collection is taken for believers to honor God with the income He has provided as well as provide opportunity for those desiring to give.
Stating What a Follower of Jesus Believes
Everyone is invited to recite together a historical statement written by believers from centuries past that sums up basic truths about what it means to follow Jesus then, now and always.
Hearing God’s Word Read and Taught
A pastor gives a message on a passage from the Bible.
Lifting Our Prayers to God
The pastor prays a prayer of praise and asking God to work in us and the world.
Singing Our Response to God
We sing a final hymn together.
A Blessing for the Return Home and the Week Ahead
The pastor assures everyone of God's blessing in Jesus and we return to our homes and the week ahead.
Remembering Jesus through the Lord's Supper
On the 1st Sunday of each month at the end of the Worship service, we invite all believers to take part in the Lord's Supper. This is when the church leaders offer the meal of bread and wine to believers in attendance much like Jesus offered this same meal to his disciples the night he was betrayed to be tried and crucified. We encourage any believer who is a member at a church where the Bible is honored and preached to join with us.