What to Expect
Reopening Update: We are so glad to be opening back up again, and we hope to see you soon at our live service at 10:15am Sunday morning. While our services will not look exactly like they have in the past they will be remain centered on the Scriptures and the gathering of God’s people to exult in their Savior. We are continuing to walk in wisdom and love with one another and our community for the furtherance of the Gospel and the continued safety of our city.
We will continue to live stream our service through Zoom so if you need the link please email us and we would be happy to share that with you. As always, we record the audio of our sermons and post them here soon after our gathered worship.
If there is any way we can serve you as our guest please contact us and let us know how: (509) 925-3688 or email@example.com
grace & peace,
On Sunday we gather to worship the Triune God because he is worthy, because we need him, to receive grace from his Word, and to be encouraged by his people. This is done by worshipping Him through reading the Word, preaching the Word, singing Scripture-saturated songs, praying the Word, seeing the Word (baptism and the Lord’s Supper), and building up one another in the Word.
First Time Here?
If you are planning to visit us for the first time as part of our Sunday gathered
- We love that you would consider worshipping with us, and we hope you will stop by the welcome center right inside the main entrance and pick up a gift that we have for you.
- We love to serve families who come to worship, and we have families who have their children with them during the service and families who bring their children to nursery or children’s church. If you plan on sending your child to our kid’s program, please check them in at the Kid’s Kiosk in the lobby by the coffee stand before taking them to their class. The nursery is for children 0-3 years of age, and children’s church is for 3 years – 3rd grade (and dismisses during the service).
- We love to gather together every Sunday and this is seen most in our awkwardly long greeting time in the middle of our service. Feel free to stay right there by your seats and meet those who come by you (and they will) or get up and roam and get a cup of coffee in the lobby. We do this so that everyone who comes feels connected with and cared for.
If you’ve attended a service or