Sunday Worship

In Person

One of the best ways to start growing spiritually and feel connected to others is to join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30am. Each week, we gather to reorient our lives again through powerful worship music, practical Bible teaching, prayer, and relating to others. Check our Join Us page for more details.



If you aren't able to join us in person, you can always tune in to the the livestream of our services on Sunday mornings by clicking the button below. You can also find our most recent service (and many previous services) on our Past Sermons page.


Read the Bible

Numerous studies show that reading the Bible regularly is one of the most powerful catalysts for spiritual growth. We know the Bible can seem like a big, intimidating book, so we want to make reading it easier. Below are some resources that will allow you to up your engagement with the scriptures.


Weekly Bible Reading Plan

If you are new to reading the Bible, we recommend a reading plan from bible.com that can be done in 10 minutes a day either online or through the Bible app (download links below). Our featured plan can be found on our Sunday Resources page each week.

RightNow Media

Often referred to as the Netflix of Bible studies, RightNow Media contains thousands of video Bible studies, training videos, and children’s shows. You can sign up for a free account by clicking here.


Read Through the New Testament

If you have been reading somewhat regularly for a while, reading through the entire New Testament is a great way to go deeper with your experience of the Bible. It will give you a better understanding of the bigger story of Jesus' life and the formation of the early church.


You can start a reading plan through the New Testament anytime by downloading the reading guide.

The Bible Project

If you want to take your understanding of the scriptures even further, we recommend exploring The Bible Project online. Filled with tons of creative and informative videos, The Bible Project provides resources to help you better understand the scriptures and get more out of your Bible reading. They also offer a plan for reading through the entire Bible in one year.


One of the most familiar spiritual practices, prayer has the potential to transform us as we talk to and listen to God. Below are some resources to get you started praying and to help you grow in your experience of prayer.


Jesus’ Model for Prayer

If you are just getting started or restarting with prayer, it can sometimes be hard to know where to begin. The prayer that Jesus taught His followers gives some good categories that can guide our praying. That prayer can be found in the book of Matthew, chapter 6, verses 9-13. The folks over at strategicrenewel.com have put together a great model of how to use Jesus’ prayer to shape our own.

Using Prayers from the Bible

Sometimes we get stuck in our prayers, not knowing exactly what to ask God for. At times like that, prayers that the writers of the Bible prayed for others can be really helpful guides for us.

The button below will take you to a list of most of the prayers from the New Testament writers. Try taking one prayer and pray the things the writer does for yourself and others in your life. You might try a different prayer each day or you might want to take one prayer and use it every day for a week, slowly working through the things prayed.