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Sunday Worship Schedule - 9:30 and 11:00 am

Worship Schedule:

Sunday mornings at 9:30 and 11:00 am


Walking with God is life's greatest adventure!

Our desire is to walk with God through a positive, encouraging, relevant, and authentic relationship with Him and with others. 
 

    Music and worship

Worship at Adventure is best described as "contemporary." Our praise bands and praise teams lead the people in lively, upbeat singing as well as quiet, reflective, prayerful songs. The music at Adventure of Faith consists of a blend of mostly contemporary worship songs with some traditional hymns mixed in.

Child care and Children's classes 

Infants are cared for during our services and special events by loving and well-trained care-givers in our church nursery located directly across from the Worship Center. Other children's programs include "Adventure Kids", offering a high energy Bible time for children ages two through 3rd grade, and "Club 45" designed specifically for 4th and 5th graders.  Nursery care and children's programs are available during both the 9:30 and the 11:00 services. 

Children participate in worship with the entire church family for the first 15 minutes of worship (give or take), and then are dismissed to go to their classes. Sign your kids in at the KidCheck station before coming in for worship. 

What do I wear?

The dress code at Adventure is informal. Some men wear ties, some women wear dresses, and a lot of us worship in Dockers or jeans.

Messages in your language

You don't need a Latin or Greek dictionary to worship at Adventure. Our messages are designed to be relevant and meaningful to everyday people. You'll hear positive, practical, encouraging messages that deal with real issues we all face.

Baptism and Communion

Communion is normally celebrated the first Sunday of each month at all worship services. The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated when those who have not been previously baptized become members, and when requested by actively participating parents on behalf of their children.