I’m NEW TO CHURCH, and I’m wondering...

  • Am I going to feel out of place?

    While we certainly hope not, everybody’s a little different and we know it can be awkward or uncomfortable visiting a church for the first time.

    That said, you can join us anytime with full confidence that we genuinely care about you and want to make you feel welcome!

  • What should I wear?

    Whether you’re dressed in your “sunday best” or not, we want to make sure that you feel welcome and at home! Our church is pretty casual in dress and demeanor, so wear what’s comfortable and expect to feel welcomed.

  • I don’t know what happens at church...what can I expect?

    Every week we gather together to praise God and to hear from His Word. A pastor - or sometimes an elder - will teach a study of the Bible, including a relevant way to apply what the Bible says to your daily life. A band leads us in a time of musical worship to Jesus. We like to make room after the teaching for response; while the band plays we may have people available to pray with you, or sometimes we’ll take communion together (sharing some juice and crackers, remembering what Jesus did for us).

  • I have tattoos, piercings, and pink hair. Will people judge me?

    We won’t judge you based on outward appearances. We’ve got plenty of tattoos and piercings here at church, and pink hair is totally cool! We love that you’re different and want you to feel welcome to join us!

I’m A CHRISTIAN, and I’m wondering...

  • Are you guys serious about the Bible?

    Super serious. Not only do we believe that the Bible is God’s complete and inerring Word, but our church was founded on the principle that biblical verse-by-verse teaching comes first.

    Whether it’s a normal service, or some other event, you can expect all of our music and teaching to align with - and come from - the Bible.

  • Are you guys “seeker-sensitive”?

    Not in the way you probably mean. Oftentimes when people ask that question, what they really mean is “are you watering down the truth of the Bible in order to appeal to people?” The answer to that question is a resounding NO!

    We believe that the whole Bible is relevant to every walk of life, and necessary for spiritual wholeness - even the parts that are hard to talk about.

    We never desire to drive anyone away from church of course, and we want to make sure that everyone feels welcome, but we can’t compromise truth in order to do that.

  • Is this a prosperity-gospel church?

    Absolutely not. We believe in Jesus-exalting, biblically-centered teaching through the whole Bible. The nice part about that is that it excludes the prosperity and poverty gospels alike, and keeps us accountable to not engage in topical series’ about giving and church growth.

    We talk about giving and generosity when the Bible talks about giving and generosity. You’ll never hear us promise returns on investments of “financial seeds of faith”, you’ll never see a building project thermometer in our lobby, and you’ll never receive favoritism from our leadership because of your financial gifts.