Every church needs a rallying point. This is it.

Every Sunday morning at 10:30 am


I’ve always believed every church needs a rallying point. A place where everybody can come together and get on the same page. A place where people can hear the truth in love and be equipped to serve God in their everyday lives. That’s Sunday morning.
— Pastor Joel

On sunday mornings, we have church.

We understand that everyone is at a different place in their journey with the Lord, and many people from different backgrounds attend our church, so we invite you to come as you are...though you can consider this a bold warning: You probably won't stay that way.


music

Music is intentionally chosen from collections of both hymns and modern songs with a focus on glorifying God. We're not into singing about our problems and personal journeys, or in doing performance pieces when we gather for our Sunday Morning Services. We intend to simply worship God for who He is and what He's done, so that's what we do. Other stuff has its place -- just not at our church on a Sunday morning. 

You can expect that we will usually sing 4-5 songs.


 
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Prayer

There are usually a few opportunities for prayer during the course of a service, though they may look slightly different from week to week. Sometimes it's an invitation to come forward. Often it's an invitation to call upon the Lord from where you are in the room. Sermons also close with prayer.

If you need more prayer, contact Pastor Joel here.


communion

Communion is served on the first Sunday of every month. We invite all people who've put their faith in Jesus for the forgiveness of their sins to participate. At our church, we offer a time for reflection and prayer, then pass the elements of communion around the sanctuary so all who wish may partake. In good ol' fashioned Assembly of God tradition, ours is a grape juice communion.


Giving

If you're a guest, please don't worry about giving during the collection of tithes and offerings. We just want you to come and be blessed.

For our regular attenders, we teach the biblical practice of giving to God in tithes and offerings.

What's a tithe? Tithe literally means 10th (10%). It's what we bring God because God gave us 100%.

An offering is anything you give after that. If you come on Sunday, you'll hear talk about funds you can give offerings to, including:

  • Missions -- to help us reach our world for Christ
  • General Fund -- to help us reach our community for Christ
  • Building Fund -- to take care of the resources God has given us

We support an ever-growing number of Assemblies of God missionaries, and have set a goal of raising $12,000 for missions annually. God is doing good things. We've making it a habit of reaching our missions goals...Won't you help us this year?


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Sermons

While we search for an Associate Campus Pastor, you have the opportunity to enjoy various guest speakers each week! You can know that those who fill the pulpit make it their goal to serve God faithfully through diligent preaching of the Word.

Outback Assembly of God makes it our aim to teach who God is -- not the god we prefer, the god we make up, and definitely not the god our culture teaches us we should believe in. No, this God is so much more amazing -- He's the God of the Bible! 


How long does it last?

Service goes until the sermon is over -- usually until noon or a little after.


Kids Church

Kids Church is available for kids grades preschool - 6th grade during Sunday Morning Service, which begins at 10:30 am. 

  • Kids will be released to Kids Church after worship & announcements, giving the kids an opportunity to have their own lesson, but still letting them participate in the life of the church as a whole. This is a family church, after all!
  • Kids Church is taught by dedicated, loving church members with experience working with kids.
  • Your kids will work through scripture in a fun, but methodical way -- with games, activities, and scripture memory all designed to reinforce the lesson!
  • Please pick up your kids in the fellowship room.