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Join us for worship each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.

What to Expect

We hope you will join us for one of our weekly services. On Sundays we gather at 9:00 a.m. for Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. for morning worship, and 5:00 p.m. for an evening service. On Wednesday evenings during the school year we meet at 6:30 p.m. for adult and teen Bible studies and AWANA. During the summer months, our midweek services shift into several homes for small group studies.

When you visit Life Point, you will meet a broad range of people who are united by a common love for Christ. Some of us have been Christians for years, and others have been Christians for a few months. We have people who dress formally and others who dress casually. You are sure to see people who are similar to you and others who are different from you, but ultimately we hope that you will see a family that loves each other and is committed to helping each other know our Savior.

Our meetings are relatively simple with an emphasis on prayer, congregational singing and biblical preaching. We sing a blend of old and new hymns using a simple style. We are committed to using songs that have theologically rich lyrics and music that inspires godly affections. Since we believe that God’s Word and the gospel form the foundation of godliness, the preaching is focused on careful, paragraph-by-paragraph exposition of the Scriptures. Our sermons emphasize the gospel, the nature of God, and the life-transforming significance of his Word. You will be challenged to think deeply about the truth of God and to conform your life to his character.

We have a clean, well-staffed nursery, and it is available during all of our services. During Sunday school we offer classes for children and teens. During the morning worship service, children six and above participate in the music portion of the service, and are then dismissed to an age-appropriate Bible lesson (although they are also welcome to stay with you for the sermon). In the evening service, children four and above remain in the auditorium for a more family-oriented service where we spend extra time in prayer and interact together on the text or topic at hand.