What to Expect
We want to make you feel welcomed!
When you reach the main church doors from the (West) parking lot, you will be greeted by a member of our welcoming comittee or possibly a deacon or usher. If you have any questions, they will be glad to answer them the best they can. If you have young children, our well-trained and qualified nursery workers are more than happy to watch over and protect them in our secure nursery during the service. When you’d like to find a seat in the sanctuary, one of our friendly ushers will be happy to help you locate the perfect seat but please feel free to sit wherever you’d like. We are confident that the services will speak to your heart, and you will leave with the profound awareness that God loves you and has a special plan for your life.
What kind of services do you have?
Pastor Lovett works diligently during the week to bring God’s message to life in way that is relevant to the believer’s everyday life. You can expect a few soul-stirring traditional congregational hymns and several beautiful arrangements sung by “Joyful Noise”, our church choir and maybe a solo, duet, trio, or quartet thrown in for good measure. You can also expect to sometimes hear one or more of God’s people stand and share an inspirational testimony of an answered prayer or thankfulness to God for what he is doing their life. After special announcements, music, and offering, our Pastor will give a message from God’s word that will surely challenge you to renew your love and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ. At the conclusion of his message, he will give an altar call to the people whose heart were touched by the message, and would like to come forward to pray at the altar. He may also give an invitation to those who have made a decision in their heart for Christ to come forward and make a public declaration.
We enjoy music that sings praise to God. Most of the congregational music is sung from a hymn book and considering that our Pastor hails from below the Mason Dixon Line, our musical selections oftentimes have that timeless, and unmistakable southern flair.