We are a non-denominational community church focused on learning and living the
lifestyle of Jesus in a loving and inclusive way. Click HERE to learn more.
What am I supposed to wear?
Dress is casual. It’s Florida! Just dress in comfortable attire that’s appropriate
for public activities. We often see people in our worship services wearing walking
shorts or blue jeans.
What happens when I arrive?
If you arrive before the service begins, someone should greet you and hand you a
printed worship bulletin. If you arrive after the service begins you should find
printed bulletins on the desks, just inside the door. They will also be a welcome
bag with chocolates inside. (Yum!)
We hope you will write you name and contact information on the visitor’s card that
is inside the welcome bag. The card can be dropped in the offering plate when the
offering is received. Don’t worry! We welcome all visitors but we will not ask you
to stand and introduce yourself unless you want to. Just wave at the rest of us.
If you are visiting from another state, there may be someone in the congregation
who is also from that state and they will want to seek you out after the service
and say hello.
As you come into our worship area you will see shelves with our hymnals and Bibles.
We encourage to take one of each. They will be used during the worship service.
What happens during the worship service?
Countdown to Worship starts at 10:10 AM. It's chance to sing upbeat worship songs,
mostly contemporary with a little country/gospel thrown into the mix.
Announcements follow the Countdown and the main portion of worship begins at 10:30
AM. There will always be more singing, prayer, a reading from God’s Word and most
weeks, a sermon. Communion follows the sermon.
We serve communion weekly and since the communion table is the Lord's Table, we exclude
no one who wishes to receive the elements that represent God's sacrifice of love
for the entire human family!
We end almost every service by greeting one another with the phrase “Peace Be With
You”, then we form a circle and join hands.and close the service by singing LET THERE
BE PEACE ON EARTH. (Before that happens, we may sing Happy Birthday to someone in
the congregation who has had a birthday during the previous week.)
Once the service is over, everyone is invited to participate in a time of fellowship
with coffee and assorted refreshments. We hope first time visitors will stay and
enjoy this time with us.