Our Sunday Gathering is the place where our network of missional communities come together to celebrate & declare what God has been doing in our midst throughout the week.
What We See in a Sunday
Each Sunday, we are challenged and encouraged with the truth of God’s word as it is preached. We are ministered to by the Spirit as we declare truth through singing. We are thankful of the gospel at work in our lives as we share the Lord’s Supper with the entire church.
We don’t view Sundays as optional or second rate, they are the place where our missional communities celebrate God’s activity, are shaped by His Word, and are sent to live a life centered on the Gospel.
We are thankful that the Lord has led you to this page. Our goal truly is to center our lives on the Gospel, and we pray that everything you find here will further that endeavor.
Each Sunday we have a Little Vessels ministry that comes alongside parents and helps to center these little lives (birth – 5th grade) on the Gospel!
What do we Believe?
In short, we believe the Gospel changes everything! If you’d like to know more, be sure to check out our “Beliefs” page.
Where and When Do We Meet?
What you will notice is that we are a portable church. We actually rent out the Senior Events center at Station 618 and transform it into our worship space each Sunday.
If you’d like to join us, we will be at 618 S Chadbourne each Sunday Morning at 10:00.
What a Gathering Looks Like
Our prayer is that we would all begin to see the Sunday Gathering simply as a single component of living out the Gospel in everyday life. A normal Sunday Gathering will include testimonies, family worship, Scripture reading, preaching, and a time for worship through singing, giving, and communion.
Often, we will start the service with a testimony from the week. We believe this encourages others to look for God more consistently and brings the reality of a close and personal God to the front of our minds as we seek to celebrate and declare His activity.
Children need to see their parents actively praising and declaring their need for Jesus weekly. This has proven to be a sweet time for
us as children have such a freedom and joy in expressing their love for God.
We believe in preaching the whole counsel of God’s word. To ensure we do this, we preach exegetically and let God and His word do the
convicting and challenging. Our hope is to present a Christ-centered message that causes us to fall more in love with Jesus while engaging real life and current cultural issues.
Our services end with an extended time of worship. This gives each individual and family a time to reflect on where they have needed Jesus that week and to celebrate all they have seen Him do. We believe that worship is multi-faceted, so we provide three avenues of it during this time.
As we rehearse our need for the Cross, the communion table is available. As we are led to give back a bit of what He has given, we have a place for offering. As we simply declare who He is and what He has done, we are led in singing.
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. A sense of awe came over everyone, and the apostles performed many wonders and signs. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Selling their possessions and goods, they shared with anyone who was in need. With one accord they continued to meet daily in the temple courts and to break bread from house to house, sharing their meals with gladness and sincerity of heart, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”