Ruth Ann Hayes
What Should I Expect?
When are services?
Our services begin on Sunday mornings, at 8 & 10:30 a.m. They take place in the Worship Activity Center (WAC) which is the building located in the back of our campus.
Are both services the same?
Yes! While we still follow under the direction of the Holy Spirit, each service is deisgned to be the same, so that no one feels left out or either service is "better" than the other.
What should I wear?
We want you to feel comfortable! After all, we are thrilled that you are joining us and we want you to be more focused on Jesus than the clothes you're wearing. It's no uncommon to see people wearing jeans, sandals, and even shorts; while others still prefer to put on their "Sunday Best'" and that's fine too! You will be worshipping God in an atmosphere that is beyond friendly. Each gathering is focused on connecting people to Jesus! We think you'll fit right in, no matter how you dress!
Where should I park?
Simply turn onto our campus, and one of our volunteers will be glad to guide you from there! We offer parking around each building, as well as handicapped parking closer to the doors. Theres a spot just for you!
What is the music and worship experience like?
The sound is vibrant, and the lights are dim; we strive to provide an atmosphere that is pleasing to you, in which you are free to worship the Risen King! Our skilled musicians and singers have one specific job: to lead us all into a time of worship! Our central focus during our gatherings is to create an atmosphere and environment where people can experience God by exalting Jesus through worship.
What is the preaching like?
The preaching ministry is characterized by practical, illustrative, relevatory, and uncompromised teaching directly from the Bible. Brian Rafferty is our Lead Pastor, and you will quickly find him to be a very transparent person. Every message is centered on revealing Jesus in scripture. Visit our MEDIA page to watch one of our previous messages.
Am I expected to put money in the offering plate?
No. If you are visiting with us, we don't expect you to put money in the offering, and you are welcome to just let it pass you by. We pray that our service is a gift to you!