Our Dress Code

We want you to feel that you fit into a transparent atmosphere that makes it easy to worship and praise our God as well as receive and assimilate His teaching. Our attire is business casual and as long as you are comfortable enough to not be a distraction to yourself or to others. If you are most comfortable in a suit or dress, then we want you to be comfortable. So come with all your burdens and strife and plan to leave them here. As the Holy Spirit is free to be who He is, our spiritual goal is that you go home feeling lighter than you came and that your burden and strife have been recycled. At the very least you will be transformed to look at your circumstances differently.

Our Worship Style

Based on our belief system, our services do not run like a television show. By that we mean that the Spirit of God is given His rightful authority to minister as He deems necessary or as those in attendance are in need of. On most days our worship service may be approximately  45 minutes. As we know tragedy and bad news do not ask your permission to show up uninvited, so likewise we allow God's Spirit to do what He deems necessary to get His job done. Sometimes that means expect the miraculous which can and will be life-changing.


God's primary focus is the deliverance and healing of souls and lives(3 John1:2). The mind is the gatekeeper to the soul and the predisposition to what pleases the body. Our biblically  based teaching of God's grace seeks to first engage the mind so we understand the will of the word of God and how His Spirit says to apply it to our sin nature which essentially is our mind(Romans 12:2). Our Senior Pastor and staff flow in the five-fold ministry (Ephesians 4:11-13) so therefore God's word is always relevant and applicable to those in attendance. Unless the Spirit of God authorizes otherwise, our messages are generally 30 to 45 minutes.


We believe that your charitable contribution by way of the tithe or offering is something that you should be led to do by desire not obligation. We don't ever make a big ordeal of raising the offering; (2 Corinthians 9:6-7),  says , " But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.

We believe that your tithe belongs to your home church but if you are visiting and feel led to contribute a monetary gift or offering to help us further the vision the Lord has tasked us to do, we sincerely thank you in advance. If you feel that our vision is in line with where God is taking you then we welcome you to join our work. Your tithe and offerings by way of finances and time will be the  tremendous aid that this intricate work critically needs.


At the conclusion of our service before our benediction we always issue an appeal for discipleship or better known as the altar call. Life is short and fleeting. We never want to take it for granted that all in attendance have chosen Jesus the Christ to be their Lord and Savior. So we ask for anyone who has not made this choice or is not certain of their standing with the Lord to come forward and join hearts with us at the altar to ensure their rightful place in God's Kingdom.

We also have Spirit-Filled Clinical Psychologists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors on staff and stand-by for those battling issues that require professional assistance or intervention. We want you to achieve Godly success in every facet of your life and as the church we feel it is our duty to enable and support you in any way we can.