Praise through Music
There’s a great line in Paul Baloche’s song Rising that says, “We’re gathered to worship, becoming a choir to sing Your praise.” We want the church gathered to participate in a grand chorus of praise, singing to the best of its ability, clapping along, lifting hands, and engaging with God.
The Mission Moment
Worship reminds us that we are on mission with Jesus to take his gospel to the ends of the earth. Each week we take a moment to focus on one of our partner ministries or a ministry we are doing locally so that we can be informed and pray for the work of the Kingdom of God.
God has given us so much. The offering is a reminder to give back. We are stewards of the resources of money and time and have been granted the privilege of investing in the work of God's Kingdom. We encourage everyone to give back to God as he leads him or her to give. There are other ways to give besides through the offering plate. Check them out.
Believers in the Bible met together for the apostles’ teaching. Pastor Randall’s messages will take you deep into the word of God. Since he has been with us, he has taught us from the Sermon on the Mount, the Gospel of Mark, Jonah, the Song of Songs, Ephesians, Colossians, and Hebrews. Check out Sermons online.
Everyone is invited to respond to God after the Sunday message by coming to the front of the church to pray at the altar. Or, each week there will be people at either side at the back waiting to pray with you if you desire.
Baptism is an important part of the journey in our faith as baptism is an outward symbol of an inward change. Through being immersed and coming out of the water, we identify with Christ’s death, burial and resurrection. With this act modeled by Christ, we give testimony to the fact that the old has passed away for us, and that he is making all things new.
The Lord’s Supper
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper as a way of remembering the Lord’s death for our salvation until he comes again. It is a part of our International Worship Service that happens every fifth Sunday.