Do you have questions? We have some answers.

Why Do You Use Video Teaching?

With the advent of the Internet, computers and smart phones, receiving information and content through video is an expected norm. In fact, we prefer it. Video gives us the ability to see angles on things we otherwise couldn't see (think watching a football game from the stands or from your couch...) and be closer to communicators than we could be otherwise.

Of course the logic makes sense as it relates to our TV's or Videos on our computers, but what about the use of video in a church environment? The answer is... we've seen it work!
Ultimately, the reason we decided to do so much teaching on video is because it allowed us to expand geographically. We have multiple services and locations that receive the exact same talk each week and this seemed to be the best way for us to do it.

What Will Happen When I Visit For the First Time?

If you are visiting for the first time, we will not embarrass you, have you stand up, or ask you to give money. We realize that it's intimidating to walk into a building for the first time, especially if you don't know anybody.

That's why we have clear signage, an "Info Table" staffed with people who are ready to help you, and a fun/safe kids program so you don't have to stress about what to do with your kids.

Are There Programs for Children?

Yes! On Sunday mornings we offer fully-staffed Kids programs for infant thru fifth grade.

We also have Students programs for Middle School and High School students.

Why Don't You Pass Offering Buckets?

Back in 2015, we noticed that passing offering buckets was simply a little awkward. Many churches have made giving a consistent point of conversation, and a it's become a hurdle for a lot of people. Not to mention, it can make our first-time guests feel uncomfortable. Instead, we've set up giving online, or via our silver giving stations in the back of the auditorium.