Welcome To Sunday Worship
Our worship service is a blend of inspired traditional and contemporary elements.The service is relaxed and friendly, yet has a sacred feel to it. The message will challenge you to live in the light of God’s love. If you are seeking a church home, come and worship with us and meet the people who are eager to welcome you.
Meet The Worship Team
During this time of interim, guest pastors lead worship each Sunday with engaging and thought-provoking sermons. Martha Mendoza leads our spirited “Childrens’ Messages” before she sends the children to Sunday School. Leading the music on piano and organ is Jim Molina and the Music Ministry featuring a choir, lead singers, and a guitarist.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Worship celebration is in a positive upbeat traditional style with blended music at
10:00 AM, Sunday
Music plays an integral part of our worship service. Congregational singing on hymns is led by a soloist or the choir. Every Sunday features solos, duets, and instrumentals in various styles.
Communion is the first Sunday of the month. It is an open table and everyone is welcome. Those who are able are invited to come forward to receive the bread and cup and ushers will serve others in their seats.
Goodness is God’s heart towards us. Gratitude is our response. The fruit of gratitude is a life of generosity. We believe that while we may not have all that we want, we do have more than we need, and giving is our joyful response to all that God has provided.
Each Sunday the children are invited to the front to participate in the Children’s Message. The message typically runs in harmony with the pastor’s message and the Sunday School lessons.
It’s a noisy offering because your youngest worshippers collect spare change from the other worshippers. We celebrate this offering on the first Sunday of every month. The money goes toward our Global Outreach.
Church school is available, however children and youth begin in worship.
Holiday/Holy Day Services
Holiday/ Holy Day Services follow the liturgical year (please see the church calendar for specific dates and times)