Sundays at 10:45AM
Sunday School Groups at 9:30AM
If you do not currently have a Sunday School class, or if you have not been contacted by a class, please email email@example.com
Wednesdays at 6:30PM Preschool, Children, Student Activities, TaylorU for Adults
Save us, O Lord our God, and gather us from the nations, that we may give thanks to your holy name and glory in your praise. Psalm 106:47
We gather every week for worship. When we gather for corporate worship, we hear from God as we listen to His Word preached, we praise God as we sing together, we speak to God as we pray, we give back to God in our tithes and offerings, and we meet with and edify God’s people as we enjoy fellowship with one another.
What are your services like?
Our services typically last about an hour and include times of prayer, singing, listening to a sermon for about half an hour, responding to the message, and fellowship.
Our worship services have a blended style, which means that we have a good mix of classic hymns and modern worship songs. Worship is led by a choir, praise team, and praise band.
Our pastor preaches verse by verse through the books of the Bible. He believes that the best message you can hear on Sunday morning is from God’s Word.
What should I wear?
Most of our church members dress in a casual and comfortable style. You’ll notice some folks who tend to dress up for church and others who don’t. Feel free to wear what’s comfortable for you.
Do you have childcare?
We have a safe, clean, and fun environment for children birth to age 4 to play and learn. Children age 4 and up join their parents in the worship services on Sunday mornings. (On Sunday mornings at 9:30 and Wednesday nights at 6:30, there are activities for kids of all ages.)
Of course, if you would like to bring children younger than age 4 into the worship service, you are welcome to do so. We have a nurture room located at the back of the auditorium if a parent needs to care for their child and still hear the worship service.
Why do you guys sometimes baptize and take the Lord’s Supper?
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are two things that Jesus commanded the church to regularly observe.
Baptism is the way that you signify to others that you are following Jesus. This takes place soon after you make a decision to follow Christ.
The Lord’s Supper is a way that the church regularly reminds itself of what Jesus has done for us. We take the bread to remind ourselves that Jesus’ body was broken for us. We take the grape juice (“wine”) to remind ourselves that Jesus’ blood was spilt for us. We take the Lord’s Supper regularly as a visual reminder of the gospel.