What to Expect

 
It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’ve been: you’re welcome here at Discovery!There is no dress code, so just wear whatever you want.
Our worship services begin punctually at 10:30 am and last about 75—90 minutes. There are greeters at the door to welcome you and answer any questions you may have.
 
We worship God through prayer, song, Bible study and fellowship.

We have a great praise band that mostly sings contemporary, upbeat worship songs.The message is focused on studying the Bible and learning how to apply God’s truth to our lives. We often testify of what God is doing in our lives and offer an invitation to follow Jesus.

Feel free to stay afterwards, grab a coffee in our Coffee House, and let us get to know you, or come up to the front to receive prayer.

Children at Discovery

Children are important to God, and they’re important to us, too!

At Discovery, we offer classes during every worship service for children ages 1—12. There they will learn about God and the Bible using curriculum especially designed for their age group.

Children ages 5—12 sit in during the worship service until they are excused, while toddlers ages 1—4 can be dropped off at the beginning of the worship service.

The following age—based classes are offered during every worship service at Discovery for children ages 1—12:

Explorers: for children ages 1—4. This class is available for the entire service and is located across from the worship center (look for the BLUE Explorers sign).

Adventurers: for children in Kindergarten—2nd Grade. Children      are excused to go to this class after worship and is located next to the Coffee House (look for the GREEN Adventurers sign).

Navigators: children in 3rd—6th grade. Children are excused to go to this class after worship and is located next to the Adventurers classroom (look for the RED Navigators sign).

For the safety of your child, we require parents/caretakers to sign in their children at the Welcome Center upon their first visit to Discovery. Regular attendees will simply need to mark that their children are present.