Worship With Us

Discover how the Bible is relevant to our lives today and walk away with steps you can apply to your own life.


When we worship, we show how much God is worth to us. 

We worship as a community because each person brings a unique gift to God through their prayers, presence, and witness. Worship is not just something we watch. Worship is what we do.

We worship not because God needs it but because we need it. We need to be reminded of how great our God is, what God is doing in and through the church, and how much we need God’s presence in our lives. The way we worship forms us as people and equips us with the power that we need to go and live out God’s purpose in our lives.

An essential part of worship is the idea of sacrifice: in response to Jesus’ sacrificial death on a cross, we offer ourselves—our prayers, our voices, our presence—as a holy and living sacrifice to God. We sacrifice the time and energy that we could devote to other things—good things—so that we can celebrate the greater thing, which is our relationship with God.

We also worship out of love, because love is not just a feeling that we feel but a skill that we develop. Our love for God and for one another reaches its ultimate expression in worship.

Worship transforms us.

Every Sunday Morning


9:30 AM – MODERN



We invite you to “come as you are” and explore what Jesus Christ has to offer you through Biblical teaching, music, and prayer.  Our services are approximately one hour. Call us for further info.  



Our elementary experience starts at 9:30 in room S305.   Check-In by the Cove and bring your children in grades K-5 to the 3rd floor.

Worship Bags are available during all three services.  These bags contain fun activities for children of all ages and are located in the entrance to the sanctuary.  Please return them to the baskets after each service.

Childcare is available for infants and toddlers during all three services.


This Week in Worship

October 20

Sunday’s Music

8:00 – Sanctuary Orchestra

9:30 – Praise Team

11:00 – Sanctuary Choir; Sanctuary Orchestra

This Week’s Message

“Growth and Change”

Rev. Mark Miller


The Treasure Principle

What we value, what we treasure most, is an indication of our heart.  This series helps us compare our deepest desires with the truth that Jesus offers us, to see if our heart and our treasure are leading us to the kind of life that Jesus calls us to live.

November 3: The Line or the Dot?
November 10: Ground Rules for Giving
November 17: You Are What You Love

Listen to a Sermon

Our Church Sanctuary is fully accessible to wheelchairs. For the hard of hearing, the sanctuary is equipped with the Hearing Loop T-Coil system.  Large-print worship bulletins and hymnals may be requested from the ushers if you have trouble with your vision.