- Freedom – We believe that where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom (2 Cor 3:17). Attendees are free to sing, dance, shout during the worship service.
- Banners/Flags - We worship with beautiful sparkling banners and flags along with song and dance too worship of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords Jesus Christ.
- Painting – Almost every week we have various members of the church body to a piece of art as an expression of worship by revelation of the Holy Spirit (Exodus 31: 3). Paint pieces are given an explanation during announcements.
- Children’s Arts – There is a children’s table located in the front right of the sanctuary. This gives children an opportunity to soak in the Lord’s presence and express worship through creativity. This is a practical way to keep the children involved in the corporate worship session, we want children to be a part of experiencing the presence of God, but this also focuses their attention so parents can enjoy worship as well. We do ask that parents monitor their children and make sure they are not disturbing other children or misusing the opportunity for children’s art.
- Communion – Communion is served once a month. Communion is viewed as an expression of Holy Community. All believers are invited to come and receive the elements that are served through the two selected members of the church body.
- Giving – We view giving as an act of worship. No basket will be handed around. Rather, the offering bucket is up near the altar. Giving can be done during the service, as you feel led.
Preaching the Word
- Preach the Bible
- We desire to see all 5 fold gifts come forth from the pulpit
- We give opportunity for seasoned believers to share a teaching or a testimony from the pulpit
- We have teams ready to pray for the body of Christ after the preaching of the word
Meal after service
- Meals are served after the service. Usually around 6:30p.m.
- It gives opportunity to fellowship and establish relationships