When you come in on a Sunday, here's what you can expect:
A Welcoming Handshake
Our guest services team will hold the door open for you as you walk up to the building. They are here for you and will point you in the right direction and help you to feel at home.
A Safe Place for Your Kids
Our trained and fully screened Kid's City staff is totally geeked about getting the chance to hang out with your kids and teach them about God's story. They will help you check in your children so they are safe in our kid's area. That way you can focus on the gathering.
All Kinds of People
Our church is made up of young and old, big and small. Some people will be be dressed up because that's what they do, while others will be in jeans and Spartan gear. You will see an earring or two and probably a tattoo. Come as you are - you'll fit right in!
A Rockin Band
Our worship music style is very similar to what you will hear on the radio with electric guitars, bass, drums, and all the good stuff. Though, that doesn't mean we won't sing a hymn or two from time to time with just a piano.
An Interactive Message
Frank, our Senior Minister, does a great job connecting God's story to everyday life. He'll be funny, yet challenging. He'll push you to think and engage with Jesus. As he shares, you'll be able to follow along in your Bible, read along on the big screen, or interact through YouVersion on your phone or tablet.
A Chance to Reflect
At the end of the gathering, we'll take some time to reflect. We'll give you a chance to process what Frank has shared. Our prayer team - they’re the folks with the blue lanyards - will pray with you if you like. We want to help you write the next chapter of your faith story.
A Chance to Reflect on Jesus’ Sacrifice
Each week we celebrate communion at South by eating some bread and drinking some grape juice. If you believe Jesus is God’s Son and you have chosen to follow him, we invite you to share in this remembrance as we come reflect on what Jesus did for us in dying and rising again.
A Baptism or Two
When we really get God's story, we are challenged to change how we live. Baptism is a transition point. It is where we publicly proclaim to God that we are going to live differently, have our sins “washed away” and experience a new and raised up life, just like Jesus.