What to Expect at The Community

Who Gathers Here?

People from the city, the suburbs, the country, and everywhere in between.  We’re an eclectic mix of people from different vocations, different life experiences, different political views, and diverse interests.  We are an inter-generational church with people of all ages.  We find common ground in following Jesus.  We believe that Jesus offers a new way of life that centers on peacemaking in the world.  That’s why we focus on bringing justice to people who are hurting. We love and value kindness, rather than judging or condemning others.  And we walk together humbly, knowing that nobody has it all figured out, and we’re all in this journey together.

Dress Code?

Dress in what makes you comfortable and come as you are.  We are a casual group of people, and the most important thing for us is that you are able to connect with God just as you are.  We value authenticity over formality.  We believe that when we are real with each other in every way, the most meaningful relationships will be built.

How Do We Worship?

Whether you’ve been here 20 times or this is your first time, every aspect of worship should be accessible to you.  Our worship band will lead us in music, the worship leader and pastors will lead us on a journey of praise, confession, assurance of forgiveness, and prayer.  One of our pastors will offer a message from a Bible passage, and we’ll respond to God with another song.  Because we value relationships as a priority, we dedicate time during the service to sharing our prayer requests with each other, and then praying for what was requested. We begin worship at 10:00am, and usually wrap up at 11:00am.


We usually serve communion the first Sunday of every month.  In the Reformed Church in America (the larger group of churches that we’re connected to), we have an open table, which means that anyone who desires to follow Jesus is welcome at the table.  We serve communion by the method of intinction, which means you’ll come forward, take a piece of bread, dip it in a cup of juice, and then eat.  We always offer a gluten free option for those that have specific dietary requirements.

What should families with young children know?

For families with newborns through three years of age, we have a fully staffed nursery.  Children may be dropped off upon arrival, and picked up after the service.

We value the experience of families worshiping together, so the beginning of the service is designed to allow children to experience some elements of worship with their families.  Halfway through the service, children ages 4-10 are invited up front for a blessing of the children.  They are then dismissed to go to their “Worship Centers”.  Worship centers are age specific gatherings where our volunteer teachers will offer the children a worship experience that is tailored to their age groups.

  • Sunday Schedule

    10:00 am – Worship Service (masks optional at this time for COVID-19 safety)

    Live stream of worship on YouTube

    Nursery – infants through age 3

    Partway through Service – Children’s Worship: Ages 4-10

    After Service – Cookies and Coffee Social Gathering