Q. What should I expect if I attend a church service and what do people wear?

A. Our services last around an hour. The first half of the service generally focuses on worship through the arts (primarily music) and the second half focuses on worship through the proclamation of the Bible.

Most people are dressed very casually. A few will wear ties or dresses, but most will wear khakis or shorts. The important thing is to wear what you will be comfortable in while worshipping the Lord.

Q. Is it okay to bring my children into the worship service?

A. Absolutely! While we believe we have an excellent children's ministry, we understand that some young children may find it difficult to leave their parents in an unfamiliar setting.

Q. What version of the Bible does Pastor Paul use?

A. Pastor Paul preaches from the New King James Version of the Bible (NKJV). However, the best version of the Bible is the one you will read. There are many good ones, NIV, NASB, ESV, HCSB, and even the KJV. Find the one you like best and get reading!

Q. What is Pastor Paul's teaching style?

A. Excited exposition of the Bible! We are committed to preaching verse by verse through the whole Bible in order to faithfully declare the "whole council of God" (Acts 20:27).

Q. In the sermon notes sometimes there is a letter after the verse number, what does that mean?

A. Because of space restraints or clarity of reading, sometimes Pastor Paul will only quote part of a verse. Pastor Paul is careful not to twist or change the meaning of the verse he is quoting and this should not be considered the norm for Bible study. The letter is so you know he is quoting only part of the verse and it is now your responsibility to search the scriptures and find out whether what he says is true (Acts 17:11).