Sunday Morning Worship
- 8:00 am - Traditional
- 9:30 am - Contemporary
- 11:00 am - Blended
- Online Worship
*Nursery care (infant-4 yr-old) available at all 3 services.
- DIG Kids ministry (K-6th), 9:30 and 11:00 am Children's Building Map.
- Youth Minstry (7-12th), 9:30 am and 11:00 am Youth Room Annex Map.
- Journey Adult classes, 9:30 and 11:00 am Annex Map, Sanctuary Map.
What Do I Need to Know?
What do I wear
Come as you are! On any given Sunday, you will see men in suits and some in jeans; ladies dressed in Sunday finest to casual. We don't care what you wear; we're just glad you are joining us!
Where do I go?
Our sanctuary is in the tallest building with a steeple on the campus. When you come through the doors, you will be greeted by one of our friendly Sunday greeters. Feel free to ask them any questions, including directions. You can find maps of our campus in the Connection Center, located to the right inside the front doors.
Coming from the south, take Hwy 6 north to the William D. Fitch Pkwy exit. At the light, continue straight; the church is located a half a mile up the road. Coming from the north, take Hwy 6 south to the William D. Fitch Pkwy exit. Make a u-turn under the overpass at William D. Fitch Pkwy. Continue north along the feeder road and the church is half of a mile up the road. As you get to the church, take the first entrance and follow the signs to guest parking. For a map, click here. For maps of our buildings, click here.
Living The Promises
The vows we take when we become a member of the United Methodist Church are grouped into three categories:
1. Profession of faith in Jesus to become part of Christ's universal church.
2. Declaration of loyalty to the United Methodist Church in particular.
3. A pledge to participate faithfully through prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness.
Spending time in prayer each day, and studying and reflecting on the Bible to experience the living Word of hope in the written word of Scripture.
Celebrating God’s presence in worship with a faith community, and experiencing Christian community in a small group to pray, learn, and grow together.
Practicing Christian stewardship through the biblical discipline of tithing.
Discovering our spiritual gifts and participating in God’s work through the ministry of the church.