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Worship Gathering

What to Expect

We gather on Sunday mornings for the purpose of worshiping God and celebrating the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The core elements of our gathering include singing, praying, reading and teaching the Bible, and partaking of the Lord’s Supper. We meet on Sundays at 10:15 A.M. at 8714 Antioch Rd., Overland Park, KS 66212.

What is the Sunday gathering like?

At 10:15, the service will open with singing. You will be invited to stand, if you are able, and join others in singing songs in celebration and worship. The lyrics for these songs are projected on a large screen. After a time of singing, we ask everyone to be seated for a time of reading and teaching from the Bible. The teaching time normally lasts around 45 minutes and is followed by the Lord’s Supper, a few songs, and some closing announcements. We provide real-time captioning (CART) on the screen throughout the service.

How long is a typical Sunday gathering?

Our worship gathering begins at 10:15 AM and concludes around 11:45 AM. We love fellowship and visiting with one another, and we invite you to arrive early and stay a little after the service is over to get to know people.

What are the sermons like?

We typically preach through one book of the Bible at a time.

What's the dress code?

Please come as you are. We do not have a dress code, but most people in our congregation dress casually

What is the Sunday gathering like?

We offer classes both before and during the worship gathering. Please see the Children’s Classes page for more information. We also offer a Nursing Mothers room with one-way glass windows and audio from the worship gathering.

What is our view of the Lord's Supper?

The Lord’s Supper is a practice instituted by Jesus for the church. During the Lord’s Supper Christians are remembering the cross of Christ. The bread represents the body of Christ that was broken and the juice represents His blood that was shed for us on the cross. The Lord’s Supper is the only aspect of the service where people who are not Christ-followers are asked to abstain from participating. This means that when others go to the front to take the bread and the cup, those not participating simply remain seated. We believe the Lord’s Supper is an ordinance for the gathered church, so our normal practice is to celebrate the Lord’s Supper with those gathered in person on Sunday mornings rather than in DCs or when watching online.

Must I consider myself a Christian to attend?

No. We invite everyone from all backgrounds to join us on Sunday mornings.

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