Church begins to feel more and more like home as we begin to build friendships. Church of the Saviour has different paths to begin making friendships. You can choose to get involved in any of the following ways:
God commands and enables the church to worship him. There are many elements in the worship of God, including the preaching of his Word, the administering of the sacraments of baptism and communion, prayer, creeds, testimonies and music. Our services desire to bring glory to God, to build up the church and bear witness to the Good News of Jesus Christ. Our various worship formats accommodate cultural distinctions while maintaining integrity and priority to the Scriptures and the leading of the Holy Spirit.
For a more information, please check out the Worship page.
God commits himself entirely to his children through Jesus. We believe that his desire for us is to commit to love one another as family in community. We believe this is why God established his church. As a church, we ask our congregants to commit to one another through membership because we believe it honors God and is good for both the individual the church. Our desire is that each member would grow spiritually, connect relationally and use their gifts to build God's Kingdom.
For a more information, please check out the Membership page.
Each Sunday morning a number of different adult (18+) groups meet during the 9:30 and 11 o'clock hours for Bible study, discussion and fellowship in a smaller group setting. Our regular adult Sunday classes normally meet every week. These are great places to begin networking and finding other people that you can relate to.
For a more information, please check out the Sunday Classes and Other Offerings page.
A community group is a small number of people who meet regularly in a home, at the church, or in the workplace. They exist to foster significant Christ-centered relationships by exploring together God’s truth through personal discussion and prayer. Through small group relationships, members can experience accountability, belonging and care. Groups come in all shapes and sizes. Find a group that fits you or start one of your own (training is available).
For a more information, please check out the Community Groups page.