On a Sunday morning, you can expect:
- Two services at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
- A service that lasts about 75 minutes including a biblically-based sermon. You can view our current message series here.
- Blended worship, which includes hymns from the organ, praise from the choir, and songs led by the band. People stand during most songs, and some may raise their hands or lift their eyes, but feel free to engage with God however you are comfortable.
- A moment of
offering. Our "offertory" is an opportunity for us to give back to God who gave everything for us.
- Communion, which is celebrated once a month.
Children's Ministry provides care and age-specific lessons for children ages 6 weeks-fifth grade. For more information, please click here.
Student Ministry offers a special service for Middle and High School students at 11 a.m. For more information, please click here.
Every September, we begin our new Annual Focus that sets the scope of our Sunday sermons for a year. Click the button below to visit our Current Message Series page to access the Annual Focus booklet, Key Dates calendar, and Sunday morning sermons.
We are a “small group” that ministers together and are anxious to add new members to our choir. We welcome those who love to sing, who preferably have experience with choral music, and who are committed to singing on a regular basis. The choir rehearses most Thursday nights from 7–9 p.m. beginning the week following Labor Day and continuing until early June.
Contact: Bill Price, (757) 941-1215,
The Band is a group of singers and instrumentalists who work together to lead the congregation in musical worship each week. Believing musical worship is both expressive and formative, we hope to praise and glorify Jesus, encountering Him in our collective hearts and minds. Do you sing or play an instrument and desire to worship God with your musical gifts?
Contact: Tommy Vereb, (757) 941-1259,
We are excited about the beginning of a new year for Children's and Youth Choirs. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to learn music, learn scripture and learn to lead in worship. The Youth Ensembles will rehearse at 6 p.m. on Wednesday night beginning September 18. The Children's Choirs begin on September 24 with K-2nd grade at 4:45 p.m. and 3-5 grade at 5:30.
Contact: Norma Champion,
The Chapel Orchestra is an intergenerational group of chapel instrumentalists who periodically play in Chapel Sunday morning worship services. Rehearsals are scheduled as needed to prepare for performances.
Contact: June Horner, (757) 564-8789
The Handbell Choir plays periodically, and rehearsals are scheduled as needed to prepare for performances.
Contact: Marcia Budnikas, (757) 871-0405
Ushers welcome each person into our worship services by handing out bulletins and assisting people getting to their seats. They also help by collecting the offering and serving communion. Ushers serve at the Sunday service that best fits their schedule for one month each quarter and at special events such as the Christmas Concerts. New volunteers are always needed and greatly appreciated, either as part of our regular team or available as a substitute.
Contact: Scott Ellis, (757) 503-5027,
Communion Preparation Team
Teams of two to four people prepare communion elements on the Friday morning before each Communion Sunday, help with clean-up on Sunday morning following each service and for other special occasions such as Good Friday and Christmas Eve. Teams rotate responsibilities and serve two to three times per year. New team members are welcome.
Contact: Anna Rose, (757) 941-1203,
Technical Arts Team
The Technical Arts Team supports the worship service on Sunday mornings through the use of sound, graphics, lighting, and camera operation. We would love to have you serve with us!
Contact: Cliff Roebuck, (757) 941-1216,
Sunday Morning Prayer Team
This team is available to pray for anyone following our Sunday worship services. If you have a heart to pray for the specific needs of others in our church and community, please consider joining this team.
Contact: Alan & Patricia MacDonald,