We get it. Visiting a church for the first time can be a little weird--but it doesn't have to be. We're here to help! Most Sundays this is what you can expect.

On every fourth Sunday we do a Contemplative Service, in which we engage in most of these same practices, including times of silence, as a way of seeking God in a more meditative way.

Below that are some FAQ's that may answer other questions you already have.


On your way in the door, you’ll be greeted by some friendly smiling faces. They’re there to welcome you and to maybe help you find your way around–like where to take your kids!


As you get settled, help yourself to a hot cup of coffee or tea. Our coffee bar is down the right hallway after you enter. We are reducing our waste, so grab a mug of your choice!


We begin our services with about 20 minutes of musical worship to God. The lyrics are displayed in case you don’t know the songs, and they’re usually pretty easy to catch onto.


After worship the younger kids are dismissed to their classrooms, our guests are welcomed (we won’t single you out or embarrass you!), and we pray over the offering.


One of our preaching pastors will give a 35 minute sermon based on a text of the Bible. We love the Bible, and aim to explore it–in all it’s mystery, practicality, beauties, and challenges–in a way that is engaging and relevant.


We end every service by celebrating Communion. This is a simple yet profound practice that is a central sacrament and means of grace shared by all Christians. All baptized believers are welcome to partake.


Our services typically last about an hour and 15 minutes.