What to Expect on Sunday

Sunday School Classes at 8:30 am

Worship Service is at 9:45 am

  • Culture

    Our church gathers together every Sunday from 9:45am - 11:00am. Our services are a special time spent in music and God's Word. Greeters will welcome you on your way in and will provide you with a bulletin. If you're new to Christ Church, be sure to fill out a Contact Card and place it in the offering plate. We'd love to get to know you more and answer any questions you may have. 


    Our service starts at 9:45 am and usually runs about an hour. Our nursery (0-3) opens at 9:45 am. Children (Preschool-Grade 5) are dismissed from the service just before the sermon to attend Children’s Church and can be picked up at the close of each service. 

  • Singing God's Word

    Our church is beautifully inter-generational, and this is reflected in our music. We like to sing one another’s songs. The one thing that unites our various musical styles is that they are all teaching us truths from God’s Word. At Christ Church we think the most important instrument is the voice of the congregation. 

  • Praying God's Word

    We believe God actually works through our prayers to accomplish his purposes. Because of that, we prioritize praying together within our services. In the middle of the service, one of the elders leads a congregational prayer after we have asked the congregation to share prayer requests or praises. This is an important time as we together express our complete dependence upon God uniting our prayers together. The pastor will also pray just before and after the sermon.

  • Hearing God's Word

    Our sermons start with a reading from the Bible. This is the most important part of the sermon. It’s so important, we all stand for it. After that, the pastor explains and applies what we’ve just read. His goal is for the main point of his sermon to match the main point of the passage we read. That’s because we want to be hearing from God, not from a man. That’s also why we regularly preach through books of the Bible instead of choosing topics to speak on.