What To Expect

A bridge to abundant life in Jesus Christ

We are called to be a Bridge to Abundant Life in Jesus Christ our Lord. God is using our church to help people inside and outside our walls to experience Gospel hope. This takes the form of spiritual transformation as well as material assistance for those in need locally and abroad.

Each Sunday we present the timeless message of Christ with clarity and hope through preaching, singing, fellowship, Holy Communion and prayer. And we emphasize a practical faith, integrating what we preach Monday through Saturday in our homes and places of work.

There are new faces in our church family every week and lots of smiles on the faces of children, students and adults. We look forward to seeing your smile too!

Common Questions

You’ll find everything from casual clothes to suits at our worship services. No one will be concerned about what you look like or what you wear. Dress in what is comfortable for you!

If you are joining us for the first time, our desire is that you feel welcome and known. We know that many people want to check out the church and “be anonymous” for a while. That’s fine with us!

We know that it can be a little intimidating visiting somewhere for the first time. Our building is clearly marked to help you find your way around, and our greeters and hospitality teams go out of their way to ensure that you feel welcomed and at ease.  They will answer any questions you have and make sure you get a hot cup of coffee and know exactly where to go.

You are in good hands!

Yes! We offer nursery care for little ones birth-4 years old. For kids K-3rd grade we invite them to participate in worship with their families until they are dismissed to Kid's Worship - an age appropriate biblical teaching and fun games/crafts. We always bring our kids back into the service to receive Holy Communion with their families. Our goal is to make Sunday your child’s favorite day of the week!

We believe that generosity follows a life of Christian discipleship. We don't want our visitors to feel any obligation to give. We follow the New Testament teaching that disciples should give freely, regularly, generously and cheerfully (2 Cor. 9:5-7).