What to Expect

Rejoice Community Church is a casual contemporary experience where all people from non-believers to the devout will feel comfortable. Our hope is that you find it a place where you can grow and learn more about who you are all while experiencing and learning more about our incredible God and his son, Jesus Christ and the love he has for you.



What are Sunday mornings like at Rejoice?

rejoicecoffeeconnectGreat question! When you come to Rejoice on a Sunday morning what you will find is a friendly group of people that will welcome you just as you are. Sunday mornings are full of opportunities to worship God. We offer adult Sunday school classes from 8:30am-9:30am. When those are done the adults can join those who are already gathered in the fellowship area for breakfast.

Our coffee connection time runs from 9:20-9:50. During this relaxed time we gather for fellowship with each other and enjoy a continental breakfast prior to worship. Once your stomachs are full it’s time to fill your soul as we gather to worship our great God and King.

At 10am we gather in the sanctuary where our worship style is contemporary and laid back but we take the Word of God seriously. Our three main elements of worship consist of prayer, music and the preaching of the Gospel. We believe that God’s Word is alive and relevant and strive to communicate that through the praise band and the preaching.


How about stuff for kids?

During the service we have nursery as well as children’s church. After a short children’s message the kids (preK – 5th grade) go to their age appropriate groups and learn wonderful stories from the Bible. On the last Sunday of the month all kids older than nursery are in the service with the adults. After the service each week the high school gathers for a time of study in the youth room.


What about communion?

At Rejoice we celebrate the Lord’s Supper every month on the last Sunday of the month, with the exception of Easter and Christmas. We partake by way of Intinction, in which you tear off a piece of bread and dip it into the cup. If you have been baptized and believe that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Savior then you are welcome at the table. For kids we believe the same thing and leave it up to the parents to decide when their child understands and believes.