“So what is your church like?”
This is a fairly common question that gets asked, so here are the basics:
Worship: it gets kind of loud in here.
Because Jesus is at the center of our lives, everything we do is worship given from thankful hearts to the One who gave Himself to save us. On a typical Sunday, you’ll hear a variety of songs from original music to old hymns and ranging from quiet moments to shouts of praise. No matter the song or the style, it is all about Jesus! Our worship of Him reminds us of how great He is and how grateful we are that He first loved us.
Preaching: it takes some time.
We preach Jesus. You may hear a message that tells what the Bible says about marriage, money, kids, or any other topic, but at the center of it will always be Jesus. In fact, that’s what the Bible is really all about. Jesus told his disciples to make more disciples, teaching them everything that He taught them. So we preach from the Bible, the word of God, and our faith grows as individuals and as the local church.
Kids: we celebrate not tolerate!
Jesus likes kids a lot, and so do we! The goal of Kingdom Kids and King’s Garden is to introduce children to Jesus in age appropriate ways so they can have a real and vibrant relationship with God that changes them. The lessons are fun and approachable and taught by committed volunteers and staff who serve Jesus by serving you and your kids. We also seek to help equip parents to train their children in the gospel through resources like family guides for our lessons, weekly activity books, and more. Ultimately, the goal of Kingdom Kids is to get kids excited about Jesus and to get families talking about Jesus together throughout the week. When you come, ask a greeter for more information about how your kids can get connected while they are there.
Again, Jesus is at the center of our lives and we hope you take the time to join us as we worship Him on Sundays or throughout the week. If you don’t know Jesus, please contact us and we would be happy to tell you about Him, or join us for a visit and you can see what He has done in our lives.