8:45 am – Light Breakfast (June 18 – August 13) (Free)
9:30-10:30 am – A band led Worship Service featuring a “blended” style of music, which will include one traditional hymn.
A quality Children’s Ministry for Infants to 5th grade provided during this service. Children 6th grade and up join the adults in worship.
10:30-11:00 am– Mix N Mingle time in Rasmussen Hall/Outside Courtyard. (Refreshments Provided)
11:00-12:00 am – A piano/guitar led Worship Service. Expect at least two traditional hymns. (Only Infant to 3 yr old child care provided – older children need to sit with parents or guardian in the service, request a special “kid kit” for your child from an usher.)
We love to get together as a church family to sing to and about God, to learn from His Word, and to encourage each other. Sunday morning is the primary time we gather to do this.
The 9:30 am worship time features talented acoustic guitarist and song leader, Steven Randal jointed by other vocalists,bass, drums, keyboard and piano. Casual dress style is the norm. See the Music page for more details.
The 11:00 am worship features professional pianist, Irina Kolbach and Music and Worship Director Steven Randal leading the songs. They will mix traditional hymns with familiar praise songs using a traditional musical style all to help you connect with God in genuine worship.
The Sermon: The message is the same at both worship times. Length of message is 25 minutes give or take a few. Pastor Rich will preach through specific biblical texts (Exposition Style) and other times he will be drawing on a variety of biblical texts (Topical Style). Series are typically 4-6 messages in length. Messages are uploaded to You Tube in case you miss one or want to check out our preacher before attending. If you want to view or listen to a sermon visit our YouTube page by navigating to http://YouTube.com/ARCConline/
The Clash: This happens when persons from both services meet to mix and mingle between the two service times. You will meet people of all ages and stages of life. You will feel the energy and the love.
Adult Bible study. Meeting during the 9:30 worship time the EPIC Bible class gathers in the Conference Room. They split the hour into three 20 minutes segments. 20-fellowship/prayer 20 – listening to a video bible teacher 20 – discussing and applying the bible teaching.
Quick Tips for your First Visit
If are planning to visit below are a few quick tips that we hope will enhance your time with us on Sunday. First, stop by the Welcome Table in the entry way. There you will find a campus map and additional information about ARCC.
- Sunday morning Children’s Ministry: WE LOVE KIDS and we want them to have fun and learn something from the Bible. We want you to know that they are in good hands. All paid staff and volunteers are screened and finger printed. Our Nursery/Infants to 3’s room is staffed during both services (9:15-12:15). We offer Children ministry for children ages 4 and up (through 5th grade) only during the first service. These children start with their parents handing them off to the teaching staff in our Children’s Ministry Wing D and E. Look for the sign to the right of the worship center entrance. Kid’s Kits, full of crayons and paper to keep little hands busy, are also available for children whose parent chooses to have them stay in with them in worship, just ask an usher for one.
- We celebrate The Lord’s Supper or Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. If you have made Jesus Christ Lord of your life (you need not be a formal member of the church), we invite you to examine your heart and participate in this celebration of Christ’s love, mercy, and sacrifice.
- We invite everyone to participate in giving financially either by an offering before, during, or after the service or via your mobile devise. Text 56316 and type in “offering” to use our online giving app. Your financial gifts go to the Lord’s work through this local congregation. Give as God leads you to give.
- Service. In the foyer there are a variety of clip boards promoting various service projects, life groups, or bible study groups. Joining a group is a great way to make friends and gain a sense of belonging in the church.