We're glad you're here.

Whether you join us in-person or online, we have two worship services every Sunday: a contemporary service with a praise band at 9:30am in the fellowship hall, and a traditional service with a choir at 10:45am in the sanctuary.

What is worship like?

Our worship services typically run for about an hour. We'll sing some songs/hymns, hear a sermon, and be invited to respond in some way. On the first Sunday of each month, we celebrate Holy Communion. Everyone is welcome at the table!

Coffee, donuts, and other refreshments will be available before and after the worship service.

What is the music like?

In the contemporary service, our live praise band will lead us in a selection of modern worship songs, such as Graves into Gardens and King of My Heart.

In the traditional service, our multi-generational choir and our pianist (and handbells and other instruments, on occasion) will lead us in a selection of hymns from The United Methodist HymnalThe Faith We Sing, and other sources.

What should I wear?

 

We're pretty casual here, so feel free to dress comfortably. If you'd wear it to a family gathering, you're on the right track!

What about my kids?

We love kids! Both worship services include a children's message and a noisy offering (where we collect loose change for Pack a Sack), and Children's Church is offered during the contemporary service. Click here to learn more about Children's Church.

What do you believe?

As a United Methodist church, we trace our history back to John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement.

 

John Wesley affirmed the Apostles' Creed, wrote the Articles of Religion of the Methodist Church, and established three General Rules for the early Methodists: "do no harm, do good, and stay in love with God."

 

We believe that the living core of the Christian faith is revealed in scripture, illumined by tradition, vivified in personal experience, and confirmed by reason.

To learn more, click here.

Can I receive Holy Communion?

We believe that Jesus welcomes to his table all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin and seek to live in peace with one another. If that's you, welcome to the table!

We serve bread and grape juice (instead of wine) to be inclusive of our friends who struggle with alcoholism.

Do you collect an offering?

We take up an offering each week, but we don't expect visitors to give right away. We give generously because we have received generously! We invite members of the church to invest in our mission and ministry by contributing financially.

Got Questions?

Let's chat! You can send our pastor an email at pastorbaileyschreiner@gmail.com, or you can give us a call at the church office at 813-689-8385. We'll be glad to help you get plugged into what God is doing here!