What are your services like? Do you have small groups?
What time should I arrive? How do I get involved?
Is childcare provided? What do you believe about baptism and communion?
What should I do with my kids the first time I attend? Giving/Offering
What happens when I visit your church? How do I become a Christian?
What should I wear?  

What are your services like?

Our weekend services are designed to be powerful and inspiring. Each service runs approximately 75 to 90 minutes. Our music is upbeat and engaging. Our messages are Biblical, relevant and sometimes very entertaining. We talk about the real things you face every day and seek to connect God’s wisdom and Word to your life. We also believe that church should be one of the most enjoyable experiences you have during the week, so feel free to laugh!



What time should I get there?

We recommend you arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the service. This is especially important if you have children. Checking-in children to their age-appropriate environments takes a couple of extra minutes.



Is childcare provided?

KidsZone [birth-6th grade] begins at 10:30am on Sundays and 7pm on Wednesdays. The nursery and preschool classes are open from 9:30am to 12noon on Sundays and 7pm on Wednesdays.  

Living Waters Youth [grades 7-12] hold services Wednesdays at 7pm and Sundays at 9:30 a.m. 



What should I do with my kids the first time I attend?

If you are bringing a child [birth-6th grade], please stop by our Fellowship Building area, located on your left once you enter the main Sanctuary doors. This area is staffed with volunteers who will give you a brief tour of our facility and provide you with all the information you need to know about our Kids Zone Ministry.


What happens when I visit your church?

First of all, we want you to feel welcome. When you visit LWC, you will not be put on the spot in any way. Whether you are seeking a new church home, or simply desiring to know more about who Jesus is, you should feel like you are among family.



What should I wear?

Come as you are. God is clear in His Word that He does not look on the outward appearance but rather into the heart of a person. The dress and atmosphere at LWC tends to be casual. Wear jeans. Wear a tie. It’s your decision. We want you to be comfortable.



Do you have small groups?

We believe that lives are changed in the context of community. Because of that, we offer Connect Groups. These groups of 12-15 people meet on a regular schedule in relaxing environments all over our community [most meet in homes]. The Bible is discussed, friendships are made, and lives are changed. Click here for more info.



How do I get involved?

Everyone has gifts and talents. Those abilities have been given for the purpose of serving others. There are volunteer opportunities all over LWC. Joining a Serve Team is a great way to meet people and contribute to the mission of this church. Email us for opportunities to get involved.


What do you believe about baptism and communion?

We encourage all followers of Jesus to experience water baptism. Periodically, we offer a baptism class for people interested in being baptized during one of our services. We baptize by immersion because that was Jesus’ model of baptism. Baptism is not salvation. It is a symbol of the new life that Jesus brings about in the lives of His believers.

We believe communion is also a symbol. It symbolizes the body of Jesus that was sacrificed for us. We observe this ordinance throughout the year during our weekend services.  You need not be a member of our church to observe communion, we only ask what the Bible requires, that you are a follower of Christ.

Check out the "Our Faith" section on our site for more information on our beliefs and doctrine.


Giving | Offering

A weekly offering/collection is received during our services. These financial gifts enable this church to fulfill the mission and vision God has given it. We believe in scriptural tithing [giving 10% back to God] as an opportunity to outwardly express our gratitude to God and acknowledge our role as stewards of everything we’ve been given. However, we encourage all of our first-time guests to give as they feel led. You are our guest. So just sit back, open your hearts, and enjoy the service!