What to Expect
What can I expect to experience on a Sunday morning at AGCC?
Sunday mornings are referred to as “Sunday Celebrations” in our church. Why? Because we’ve come to realize that the Gospel of Jesus is something worth celebrating. Not just on Sundays, but all week long. The good news of Jesus has radically changed our lives!
There is a special dynamic that happens when the church meets together. Listen to these words from the Book of Hebrews, “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope… let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together” (Hebrews 10:23-25 ESV; emphasis added).
When we come together, we grow from Biblical relevant teaching. We are drawn nearer to the Savior through the rich words contained in our worship songs, and we enjoy true fellowship with those around us.
What is available for my child?
Children’s Ministry is provided for children age 1 through 5th grade during our Sunday service. Our RESOLVED STUDENT MINISTRY meets every other week (on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, also during regular children’s ministry). Visit the ministries page for more information.
What should I wear?
We desire for a comfortable and informal environment in our services, and we welcome everyone to come as they are. On Sundays, you’ll find most men and women dressed in casual attire. Whatever you’re wearing, we’ll be glad to see you!
What style of music do you play?
Our interactive worship services offer a wide range of music, including current contemporary styles (Passion, Chris Tomlin, Hillsong United, SGM Music, etc…) as well as many traditional hymns! We have a full band, and our goal each week is to exalt Jesus Christ.
What style of preaching can I expect?
Words that people use to describe the preaching at Abundant Grace: Bible-based, expository, relevant, practical & easy-to-understand. We boldly proclaim the unchanging Word of God!
What denomination is Abundant Grace?
We are a non-denominational Bible-believing church. We pursue God glorifying worship, Jesus exalted, gospel-centered preaching, and a passionate pursuit of the Holy Spirit and His gifts.