What to Expect?

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Visiting a church for the first time can be a little overwhelming, so we have listed below some info that most people have one or more questions about.  So browse through them (take a look at a past livestream) and if you still have questions, don’t hesitate to email us before you join us for the first time and we can have someone meet you when you arrive.

What is a Sunday worship service like?

From the moment you walk in the door, until the moment you leave, we are committed to a creative, compelling, and challenging presentation of God’s truth.

Our Pastor, Bob Strauss, strives to deliver passionate, straight-forward and relevant gospel messages that focus on how to apply biblical principles and Christ’s teachings to your daily life.

Our style of worship is a mix of contemporary and traditional music under the leadership of Sheri Melcher and Kelly Anlas. We also have a special Children’s Program available during the service.

We want your experience here to be among the most meaningful and inspirational times of your week.

What should I wear?

We are pretty much a come-as-you-are church. You will see people in suits and dresses and you will see people in jeans and t-shirts. We don’t care what you wear, we just want you to come.

Where do I take my children?

Children are always welcome at all our services.  There are activity bags available for them to use and keep. We also have Children’s Sunday School Classes at both services.

There is also nursery care available at 9 and 11 am for children up to age 2 1/2.  The nursery is located down the hall to the right of the main church entrance…..but feel free to ask someone from the welcome team to guide you or give you a tour of the children’s area.

We want you to know that your children are safe in our church.  We follow a “Safe Sanctuary” policy that is available on our website (Safe Sanctuary Policy).  All of our paid and volunteer staff that work with children have background clearances and follow Safe Sanctuary guidelines.  There is also a form for you to use if you choose to NOT have your children in pictures or social media (opt-out form).