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We Worship.

Our worship focuses on God. We rely on the Scripture’s story of God’s grace granted us through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.


In all of our services, we read Scripture, worship God through prayer, song, and a pastoral message. There is a special time set aside during each service for children. 

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Regular Worship Services

8:00 AM - First Light (Sanctuary)

Our early bird service is casual and intimate with traditional elements sprinkled in. In this service, participatory discussion is welcome.

9:30 AM - Contemporary (Fellowship Hall)

Our contemporary worship is the most casual. There is seating at tables with coffee and snacks available. Our praise band leads worship with tunes you're used to hearing on the radio.

11:00 AM - Traditions (Sanctuary)

Our final service is traditional in every sense. The Worship music is made up of piano, organ, chancel choir and brass ensemble. On select Sundays you'll hear our Gold Handbell Choir. This service also has responsive reading and hymns all led from the pulpit of our historic sanctuary.


Now Preaching

"Rectify - Crossing the divide from lost to found."

As we stand on the threshold of Lent, our hearts and minds turn toward the solemnity and reverence of this season. Lent is a time of introspection, a sacred period for the Christian community to reflect on our spiritual journey. It is here, in the quiet corners of our souls, that we are invited to engage with a powerful and often misunderstood word: "Repentance."

Together, we will discover that repentance is not a word of condemnation but a beckoning toward transformation and renewal. It is not an end but a beginning—a gateway to grace and a step towards the heart of God.

In Mark 1:15, Jesus proclaims, "The time has come... The kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!" It is a clarion call to each of us. Repentance is often shrouded in misconceptions, seen as self-incrimination, a source of guilt and shame. Yet, what if repentance is the path to rectification, the very process that leads us to restoration and life?

This Lent, let us challenge our preconceptions and embrace a journey of repentance—not as an admission of guilt, but as an affirmation of God's unending grace. Come and hear how Jesus leads many to repentance in a way that is life-giving and guides us to abide in grace.


Sermons and Scriptures

Sunday, February 19, 2024

“Zacchaeus - Rectify While Stuck”

Scripture: Luke 19:1-10


Sunday, February 25, 2024

“Thomas - Rectify While Burning”

Scripture: John 20:24-31


Sunday, March 3, 2024

“Nicodemus – Rectify While Lost”  

Scripture: John 3:1-13


Sunday, March 10, 2024

“A Free Man – Rectify While Under Attack”

Scripture: Mark 5: 15-20


Sunday, March 17, 2024

“Jairus – Rectify While Moving”  

Scripture: Mark 5: 35b-43

Adult Fellowship

We have multiple bible studies and small groups that meet weekly. 


There is a special time for children in each worship service. We also have SPLASH, our Sunday School for children ages 3 - 5th grade.


Our nursery is open for children ages 4 and under during all three worship services.


THE CURRENT youth learn while serving alongside our Sunday school teachers in SPLASH in each worship. They meet once a month for a time of fellowship and fun. 


Chancel Choir

The Chancel Choir is known and recognized throughout Central Florida and beyond for its outstanding singing and quality music. They sing for the 11:00 "Traditions" worship services.


The choir's repertoire includes a broad range of music from Baroque to contemporary, Renaissance to Spirituals, from a cappella singing to being accompanied by an orchestra.


A dynamic and spirited musical team of singers of all ages, the Chancel Choir enthusiastically welcomes new singers. Auditions are not required.


Cindy Curtis


Handbell Choir

Considered one of the best handbell choirs in Florida, the Gold Handbell Choir has established itself with a long history of excellence.


The choir rings with seven octaves of handbells and seven octaves of hand chimes. The bell choir practices at 5pm on Wednesdays, August to May.


Although prior handbell experience is not required, music reading ability is necessary.


Cindy Curtis


Resounding Brass

What originally began with brass instrumentalists, Resounding Brass Plus now includes all instrumentalists- brass, woodwinds, strings, and percussion.


The Resounding Bradd Plus plays each week for 11:00 AM Traditions accompanying hymns as well as Chancel Choir anthems.


They are also known for their lively and inspiring music for preludes and postludes as well.


Cindy Curtis


The Crossing Band

The Crossing Praise Band is made up of people who love to play music and worship God with all of their hearts.


Some are self-taught while others are professionally trained.


Each week the musicians play a variety of songs with their unique sound to help usher in the Holy Spirit.


If you would like to join the team, contact Joy Holifield and be prepared to come and hang out and jam for Jesus! 


Joy Holifield

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