To our Guests
We want you to hear one simple message – We believe in you.
So as our guests, sit back and observe. Let God have a moment to speak to your heart. We will do everything we can to make you comfortable and your experience enjoyable. Also, please feel free to ask as many questions as you need.
How long are the services?
Our services last about 1 hour and a half – that includes singing, sermon, and prayer. You will find that we do not rush God and yet respect your time with God also.
What should I wear?
Be comfortable. You will find people wearing casual, semi-formal, and business formal outfits.
Where do we go?
The main sanctuary is in the back left building with “The Praise Center” on top. Everyone meets there for announcements and praise and worship.
After the offering is collected, the children will be dismissed with our children’s ministers and escorted to the upper building for their service.
Are my kids going to be safe?
You kid’s welfare is very important to us. We use background checks on all our volunteers and staff. We also have a safety team that helps escort the kids to the upper building for Kidz Church. The building is locked for their safety and the safety member remains with them at all times.
How do I check my kids into Energize Kidz Church?
Johnathan and Christi Buckner, our Children’s Ministry Leaders, greet our guests as they enter every Sunday. You are welcome to sign-in your child with them. We just need to know a few facts about you and your child. We do ask that when church is over that an adult go and pick up your kid. The Nursery is available from the very beginning of our services!
What happens during the service?
Our typical service begins with singing in celebration of God’s good work in us. Some people are expressive in their worship while others quietly enjoy the peace of God. Regardless of your experience, you will find many expressions of worship found in Scripture and those same expressed by our church family.
After a few songs, an offering is collected, video announcements are shown, and the kids are dismissed with the Children’s Leaders. Sometimes we may have baptisms, recognize new members, or celebrate other special occasions. We then worship God with another song or two before our pastor takes the stage to share God’s message.
What kind of messages will I hear?
Thought provoking, Bible based messages geared to help you engage God in a personal relationship