Visit

Welcome. We hope you experience the deep love of Jesus here.

For many of us, our lives have been changed in this place. 

We pray that you too will encounter God and become more fully alive than ever before.

What to expect

Select a Sunday service: 9am or 11am
Each service is about 75-80 minutes in length.

Occasionally we have special services.


Dress comfortably and arrive 15 minutes before the service begins. Both jeans and a t-shirt or a suit and tie are fine. 


Bring a favorite coffee mug. Fresh brewed coffee is available in the Gathering Place until 11am. Disposable cups with lids are provided if you forget yours. Lids are required in the main service. 


Bring your Bible and something for notes. Scripture verses are often on the large screens in the service, but you may want to refer to your own Bible. Notes help you look back on what you learned later in the week.


Stop by the Welcome Kiosk

Our friendly volunteers would love to meet you, answer any questions you may have, and help you figure out what your next step might be. Look for 'Welcome' name tags. Lost & found is also located here.


Open House

Everyone is invited, but we especially invite new people and families, to join us in the Chapel between services. You will meet staff and members and can get information about who we are and what we care about. Follow the Welcome signs.

Sundays, 10:15-11am (except fifth Sundays of the month)


Prayer Team

Trained prayer team members are available to pray with you after services in the front of the sanctuary. Look for someone wearing a purple lanyard. 

For families

Children are welcome in the worship service. Should your child become restless or noisy, two rooms equipped with sound are located at the back of the sanctuary. One is designated for active children and one for quiet children and nursing mothers. 


We also encourage you to check out Sunday programming for children birth to 5th grade downstairs. Middle-school students meet during the 9am service most weekends

See our Families page for more info. 

Open Door 101

This class, taught by Al Schuck, Pastor of Community Life, is designed to clearly explain who we are and what we care about as a church. By exploring our mission, vision, values and core beliefs, we focus on who God is and what He desires for us through our relationships with God and others. Members lead table discussions and are available to help you identify ways to help you take your next steps in our community.
Contact: Julia | ext 1902


Open Door 101 is a prerequisite to membership.


Sun, Sept 24 - Oct 15, 9am

Registration extended to Sept 19