1What kind of church are you?
We consider ourselves an interdenominational church, that means we don't allow ourselves to be restricted to denominational doctrine that could be unscriptural. A lot of our pastors have graduated from Rhema Bible Training College in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, which allows us to be closely associated with Word of Faith and Rhema Bible Church. Our mindset though tends to be the following: if God has commanded it in His Word, and we see it as truth by seeking out the scriptures, we believe it.
2What should I wear?
Casual, dressed-to-the-nines, it really doesn't matter. What matters is that you come and experience God with us.
3Will there be music?
Yes! Our worship team, led by Pastor Marcus, is always full of energy and excited to worship God, and lead us in worship. This isn't what many associate with "church." You won't find hymn books in seat-backs here. We provide words on our projection screens in case you don't know the songs. They maintain a diverse style of songs they learn and write, so don't expect every week to be the same exact style.
4What do I do with my kids?
We've got three great areas for your kids, whether they are an infant, early elementary, or in that in-between almost a tween . You can find more information about this here
, but we can give you an overview. Nautilus Jr. is our area for infants-4 year olds. We've got separate classrooms, and excited teachers in each one every week, ready to teach your child a spiritual truth from the Word of God. Nautilus KV is for our elementary aged kids, kindergarten-5th grade. Pastor Vanessa and her team bring an exciting message and worship experience catered just for your kids. They always have a blast, but most importantly learn about Jesus.
5What about teenagers?
Every Wednesday night during our Adult Midweek service, our teenagers meet in The Current. This is for students 6th grade-seniors in high school. Pastors Brandon & April Hicks bring crazy and relevant messages to our teenagers, with passionate worship from The Current's worship team. They meet at 7:30p, and also have a smaller scale discipleship class on Sunday mornings at 9:30a.
6Food & coffee?
You may be thinking this is an odd question, but yes! We have a full service cafe, The OAC, that is open before and after (excluding our Midweek) our services. They serve all kinds of coffee and espresso drinks, as well as a full menu of breakfast, lunch, and for our midweek services, dinner options. They've got the best coffee in town, so come early to grab a cup. They're also open during the week from 7a-1p!
7What's the best way to get to know people?
We believe that we’re better when we do life together and we do this through some of our ministry groups, AFC Groups. AFC Groups meet at many times throughout the month. Most of the time, they meet in the community, at restaurants, homes, but sometimes they'll host their event here at the church. To find out more about AFC Groups, please visit this link here
. You may also email
us if you have any other questions.
8Do you offer interpreting?
Yes we do! We have American Sign Language interpreters at our 10:30a Sunday service, and our 7:30p Midweek service available for deaf and hard-of-hearing. They are available in our adult services, kids, and youth as well during those times as well as our Sunday morning 9:30a bible study classes. Upon request we also offer Spanish interpreting for those needing assistance.
9Do you have "Sunday school" style classes?
On Sunday mornings at 9:30a we offer what we call, Anchor Faith Life Classes, for teenagers and adults. The youth classes are 6 weeks in length and offer a wide range of topics taught. The adult class, Building the Believer, is designed to show you the foundation for our faith. We cover things like creation, Jesus's teaching, giving money, etc. If you're looking to grow deeper in your relationship with God, attending these classes are a great next step.