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What To Expect on Sundays:

A typical service will last about 60-70 minutes. We sing a good mix of contemporary and traditional music that is led by our worship team. There is childcare available and classes for preschool and elementary-aged children (during worship) and for middle & high school students (after worship). For years, we wanted to have a lobby where people could gather before and after the service, and we finally have one.

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We keep our worship service to 60-65 minutes. During that time, you’ll do things you might expect to do in a church service like sing, pray and listen to a message. We don’t have a “formal liturgy” or necessarily do the same things in the same order every week, but we’ll give you an overview of what to expect that morning at the start of the service. Although we light a candle and have Scripture readings as part of our worship, the overall "feel" of what takes place is casual.

We have a staffed nursery for infants and toddlers (who are not yet potty-trained) as well as a children’s environment (preschool – 5th Grade). Our children’s area shares a whole group teaching, but then separates into age-appropriate groups for activities, sharing, crafts and more.

InterGen Worship (First Sunday of the Month)

On the first Sunday of the month, we all (babies, toddlers, kids, students and adults) gather in the big room for what we call “InterGen Worship.” These worship services are usually a bit shorter, end with Communion, and have lots of different elements (singing, activities, etc.). We anticipate noise, wiggles and a lot more on these Sundays…and count it a blessing to have so many kids. We launched our church with an intergenerational worship service called "Kidstuf" in 2004. Kidstuf is the “brain child” of Reggie Joiner, who pioneered it as a shared family experience where kids would bring their parents into a “kids world” at church. For the first year and a half of our existence, all we did was Kidstuf and small groups. We learned in those early days that something very special happens when everybody is together in the big room. It really does take parents AND a faith community, working together, to pass on faith to the next generation.

Our nursery & children’s area close on InterGen Sundays, so that we’re “all together" in the big room.