We absolutely love that you are here! We hope you experience the deep love of Jesus Christ, and a community of people who believe that life is better when we live in the freedom of grace and truth. 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.
Worship Services: Sundays 10am
Sunday Worship Service: 10am
Doors to the sanctuary open 10 minutes prior to the service, but feel free to ask for help if you need more time to get settled before the service. Each service is about 60-75 minutes in length, and includes Bible-based teaching and real and uplifting modern worship music. Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month.
Dress comfortably We have a casual atmosphere at Open Door. Both jeans and a t-shirt or a suit and tie are fine.
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. It may also be helpful to refer to notes that you take on Sundays to reflect and apply the lessons to your life. Scripture verses leading up to Sunday are also posted on our home page weekly.
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 teal 'Welcome' lanyards. If you are a bit shy, fill out a Contact Us card in the bulletin to get a personalized welcome email where you can ask more specific questions. Or, email us at email@example.com and we'd be glad to help. Lost & found is also located at the kiosk.
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. See our Care page for additional prayer and care resources.
The Gathering @9
Come early for church, grab a cup of coffee and hear stories of God's goodness and how our people are living out their faith in this world. More info on the Adults page.
Come on down to our lower level kiosk. We can’t wait to welcome you and show you our Next Generation program birth-high school.
Kids Birth-5th grade are invited to attend their classes during the service each week (except a few family holidays). Kids will learn about the Big God Story, play games, sing a little, laugh a lot, and hear just how loved they are as they interact with our engaged volunteers.
Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers meet on the 2nd & 3rd Sundays at 9am, and Wednesday Nights 7-8:45pm.
Our teens thrive on community, serving, laughing and taking their faith deeper and making it their own. Learn more about Wednesday Night Youth Group and Sunday classes here.
Sometimes when you’re visiting it’s nice to keep your kids close by. That’s great! People of all ages are welcome in our church services! There are also two family rooms in the back of the sanctuary. One for nursing mamas and their little nappers, and another equipped with some quiet toys and comfortable chairs. Use whichever one your family needs!
Bring your favorite travel mug and grab some fresh brewed French Roast Driven Coffee. Add a flavor shot of caramel, vanilla, or the season favorite syrup upon request. Disposable cups with lids are provided if you forget yours. Lids are required in the main service.
We suggest a $1 donation per cup which goes to cover the cost of the coffee and supplies. But if you forget, don't feel any guilt! We've got you covered. No, really. We mean it! Then, any and all donations over and above our monthly expenses are donated to one of our Mission Partners! Skip the drive-thru and bring your change to church to change the world by drinking coffee!
Through your generous donations over the first ten months, we have covered the cost of coffee and supplies for our church, and we have also been able to give over $6800 to support projects with our ministry partners.
This quarter, the Open Door Coffee Cart donations go to support Inverted Arts, helping disadvantaged youth discover and unleash their creative voices for the good of their communities.