What Does a typical Sunday look like?
Great question! We’ll
be asking that same question each week. Each Sunday will have a very
unique thumbprint, including great live music, high-quality videos, a
relevant message (you’ll enjoy this way more than you’re expecting), and
maybe a few good laughs. We strive to be very creative (as Jesus was)
in how we communicate our weekly topics. One Sunday, there may be a
painter creating something on a canvas while the band is playing,
another week there might be a funny skit or video that sets up the
message. We will talk about real-life issues like family, work, sex,
money, power. We also believe that God is the creator of joy so it’s
okay to smile and laugh at church.
How long is the Sunday service?
Our service starts at 10:30am and finish in about an hour and 10 minutes.
Adult, children and preschool will meet at the same time. Check in for
children begins at 15 minutes prior to service.
What should I wear?
Whatever you want to wear. We care more about you being with us than what you are wearing.
Do I need to bring a Bible on Sundays?
All of the Scripture verses we use will be printed in clear English on
the big screen. You are welcome to log into our free WiFi and follow
along on your smart phone or tablet using a Bible App such as
YouVersion. If you have a paper Bible that you really like, feel free
to bring it.
What about my kids?
have made it a
priority to provide excellent, safe environments for our kids. Their
three EdgeKidz environments were
created with them in mind: Nursery, Preschool, and Elementary. Each
environment is staffed with caring directors and volunteers who are
background checked, trained, and
excited about helping your children grow in their faith.
What about my teenagers?
believe in the next generation and we believe they deserve our best. We
have REVOLUTION Student Ministry which meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30am. We feed them donuts and coffee! At Revolution, we believe in helping students find
passion in the context of their personal relationship with God.