What to Expect

We’re blessed to be a worshiping body of believers with diverse worship expressions and traditions. In all our services, we aim to exalt the Triune God, to draw closer to him, and to be sent out in our city and world with the good news that Christ is Lord.

In light of the Covid-19 Pandemic, in all our in-person gatherings we strive to abide by the guidelines we've established for this season including practicing social distancing and encouraging the use of masks.  We also encourage those who are sick to stay home and for anyone among us who may be particularly vulnerable to continue worshiping with us online.  

Traditional Worship

  • Sunday Morning | 11:00 am
  • Sanctuary

Our traditional service in the Sanctuary is liturgical.  This means that together as a church family, we lean into themes every Sunday such as confession of sin, forgiveness, preaching of the word, and the sacraments. We sing traditional hymns together, led by a heart-filled choir, talented musicians, and a towering organ.

Bridge Worship

  • Sunday Morning | 9:00 am
  • Sanctuary

Our Bridge worship service focuses on coming into the presence of God in a more casual, contemporary posture. We’re led in passionate songs of praise and enjoy close-knit fellowship and Biblical teaching. 

Sunday Evenings

  • Currently none scheduled. 
  • Second Sunday, 6:30 pm | Chapel
  • Prayer and Healing Service

A Sunday Evening Service is offered each second Sunday of the month at 6:30 pm in our Chapel. Be encouraged by a story of healing, sing praise to God, and spend time in prayer for yourself or anyone you know in need of healing – body, mind or spirit. Laying on of hands and anointing with oil is available for those who desire at this service.

Come to the Quiet

  • Wednesday
  • 7:30 am | Chapel

All of us can be swept up in the busyness of our weeks and can lose our focus on God and his call to enjoy Him. That’s why we take a moment to be still in God’s presence every Wednesday at Come to the Quiet, a 30-minute service of music and prayer.

We've moved these services online for now too.  Find them here.