We gather on Sundays at

Sunday Worship Gathering - 4:00 pm at our building

In addition to the preaching of the Word in English, we also have a sermon in Spanish in a separate room each Sunday.

What is our worship gathering like?

As we gather together for the worship of God, we want to be intentional in rehearsing the gospel as a community. Each Sunday, we participate in worship through song, Scripture reading, prayer, expositional preaching, and partaking in communion (the Lord’s supper). We see these practices as crucially important means of grace that draw our minds and hearts to worship God supremely and prepare us to proclaim and display His grace with those around us.

What is our music like?

We want to sing songs that lead us to the love and grace of God that is demonstrated in the gospel. Our style is both vintage and contemporary, with a blend of older hymns, devotional and doctrine-rich modern songs. We are called to worship God in all of life and our singing is just one expression of that.

About 25% of our church family is made up of Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters, so we include some Spanish songs during our time of singing.   

What is our church leadership structure?

We avoid the “CEO/Senior Pastor” model of church leadership and embrace instead a plurality of elders who together form our servant leadership team. We select men to lead the church who are called, qualified, equipped, and passionate about Jesus and serving His people. See our doctrinal distinctives to learn more about our complementarian leadership convictions.

What do we believe and teach?

See our Statement of Faith


We gather weekly to worship God and celebrate all that Jesus has done for us. We are equipped by expository, Christ-centered preaching and sent out empowered by the Spirit to live out the implications of the gospel in our homes, neighborhoods, places of work, and city.


We scatter during the week into Missional Community Groups. In these groups, we seek to love each other as family, be equipped by God's word, and work together to see the Kingdom of God show up in our neighborhoods and communities. We currently have Community Groups in Aberdeen, Westport and Montesano. Contact us to learn how to get involved or just come to one of our Sunday gatherings and get connected.