We are now offering an outdoor worship service on the lawn on Sundays at 8:15am. For the health of all worshipers, we ask that you follow important safety protocols: bring your own chair, wear a mask, practice social distancing, offer no-contact greetings (hand over your heart), and please stay home if you are feeling ill or are vulnerable to contracting the virus. More information is here.
We have resumed limited capacity indoor worship. Contemporary worship is at 9:30am Sunday in the Fellowship Center. Traditional worship is at 11am Sunday in the Sanctuary. Reservations are required. for everyone’s health and well being, masks must be worn and we will practice social distancing. Make your reservation for worship here.
We continue to offer services online via Livestream on our Worship Now page. Both live and archived services are available. Our Contemporary Service will be streamed live at 9:30am Sundays. Our Traditional Service will be streamed live at 11:00am Sundays.
We believe worship is our foundation. It is where we celebrate our relationship with God and grow as followers of Jesus Christ. The way we encounter God in worship is part of our personal faith journey and can be different for everyone, so we offer services that vary in style and format. Please click here for a campus map. Click here for information about altar flower dedications.
8:15am and 11am: These services take place in the Sanctuary and include a variety of choirs and musical ensembles to enhance the worship experience. A children’s sermon is offered weekly and communion is served on the first Sunday of each month.
These services take place in the Fellowship Center.
9:30am: This service is relaxed with a less formal style of music, prayer and preaching than our traditional services. Communion is served the first Sunday of each month. This service is interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing. Please visit our Deaf Ministries page for more information.
11:20am: This service is a casual, engaging service designed to create a community encounter with God and one another. Communion is served weekly.