What to Expect

What to Expect

You will be greeted by a friendly face.

To us, this is our home. So when you arrive, we consider you a guest! So yes, you will be greeted with a smile. Once you go through our doors, you will arrive at our coffee and tea station. Feel free to grab a hot cup of coffee or tea!

If you have children K-5th Grade, you can get them checked in.

Past our coffee and tea station, you will arrive at our check-in station. We value safety! So if your kids want to enjoy PureKidz, they will receive a tag to stick on their shirt and you, as the parent/guardian, will receive a tag with a code. At the end of service, all parents and guardians will head downstairs and show their tag to the teacher so they can dismiss the children. We want to make sure the correct child goes to the correct person!

We have two goals for PureKidz: 1) Every child will learn about God’s Word and 2) every child will have fun!

We start at 11:00am!

We usually sing four worship songs. Our songs are generally acoustic, filled with passion and truth. We sing faster-paced songs as well as slower-paced songs. 

We do this because we love Jesus and want to glorify Him together through singing and in various styles of music. When we sing songs of worship, we’re also singing the Truth of the Pure Word of God.

We read and study God’s Word through a message of hope.

The sermons Pastor Tim preaches challenge us to see the Truth for ourselves and apply the Truth to our lives every week. Our goal is that you’re never left confused about God’s Word. We want you to understand it, apply it, and fall in love with it. Pastor Tim’s sermons are usually 35 minutes in duration.

Communion, Giving, and Prayer

The first Sunday of each month, we take part in Communion, where we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Every week after the sermon, we collect tithes and offerings. We do not expect any of our guests to give. There is no “cover charge”. We don’t want your money, we want your heart. So we ask that everyone give only if they are doing so cheerfully, knowing that they are investing in God’s Kingdom when they do so.

To close the service, we say a prayer of faith. This is when we ask God to heal, strengthen, and encourage us as we go back to our homes, schools, and jobs.

We’re always here if you have any questions about our church and services! We’d love to hear from you. Contact us here.