Though churches are organic in nature, they require a certain amount of organized structure for effectiveness.
We like to think of our Sunday morning gathering as a base camp where we come in, get equipped, encouraged, and ready to head back out for the week.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Our Sunday gathering lasts for a little over an hour. You will find a friendly, informal, casual crowd. The practical teaching alternates between book studies and short topical series. The music includes a full band and is most often modern worship songs with the occassional re-mixed hymn.
WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR KIDS?
We have nursery for infants and kids classes for kindergarten through 5th grade. Parents are free to bring their children into the worship service or drop them off at Expedition Kids – a safe, fun, bible-centered environment for kids.
IS THERE SOMETHING FOR TEENS?
We believe that youth are an important part of the body of Christ and we value their participation in our gathering. Therefore, we intentionally do not have programs for them on Sundays.
Psalm 127 says, “Children are a gift from the Lord…” and we agree! We love kids and think a church should be full of them!
When it comes to children, we believe our primary responsibility as a church is to assist parents to be the spiritual leaders of their children. Because of this, you won’t find an abundance of children’s programs, but you will find support, encouragement and practical teaching to help you carry out that role.
We do have nursery and kids classes available Sunday mornings led by loving, qualified adults. The environment is fun, safe and includes fantastic gospel-centered teaching!
Teens are an important part of the Expedition family. We have a great team of dedicated adults who are committed to help love and disciple middle school and high school students.
High School meets Monday nights, 6:45 – 8:45 pm.
Middle School meets Tuesday nights, 6:00 – 7:45 pm.
Both groups participate in winter and summer camps, service projects and a variety of other activities throughout the year.