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FAQ Contemporary Worship

Traditional Worship is at 10 A.M. in the Sanctuary.

Contemporary Worship is at 10 A.M. in the Shepherd Center Auditorium.

Visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating. We would love to have you come check us out. You will find the people and atmosphere to be warm and inviting. We call our contemporary service “Shout!” and we aim to create a culture of belonging, excellent music, and a message that deepens our love of God and each other.

Where is the Shout service located?

It is located in the Shepherd Center. The entrance to the Shepherd Center is on the corner of J.R. Miller and 4th Street. Parking is available right next to the building or across the street.

What time is the contemporary service?

The Shout contemporary service begins at 10 A.M. and typically lasts about an hour. Get here a little early to grab a cup of member-roasted coffee and get to know someone new.

What is the worship service like?

The music is contemporary, featuring a high-quality full band. Expect worship to be energetic and participatory through singing, praying, and reflecting. The message will reflect upon sacred stories and always have a modern application.

What should I wear?

Come as you are, and wear what you want. Most people dress casually. Jeans or shorts are perfectly acceptable, as are khakis and casual dresses. Wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. (Just wear something!)

Are my children welcome in the service?

Absolutely! Children are always welcome in our service. Some parents choose to take their children to the nursery prior to the service, and others keep their children in the service during the music. Children aged 3 to 3rd Grade will be accompanied to Wee Worship or Children’s Church prior to the sermon if they wish. Your children are welcome to stay with you during the entire service if you prefer.