Worship is the reason that the church exists. It is one of our highest values as a church because God is worthy of our worship. We gather weekly with other believers to pray, sing, hear from God’s Word and be sent out on mission. We worship with others regularly because Christ commands us to, but we also gather because we like being together. There are three different venues where you can participate in a worship service on a Sunday morning at the Kirk. The atmosphere, music and dress may differ, but the sermon will cover the same Scripture at every service.
Communion is served the first Sunday of every month.
At the Kirk of the Hills campus, we have one Traditional service at 9:00 a.m. and one Contemporary service at 10:30 a.m. Both services are held in the main Worship Center. At the Kirk Crossing campus, we also have worship services at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. Both services at Kirk Crossing are Contemporary style.
House Rules (A Series thorugh Titus & Philemon)
Some of the letters in the New Testament were very personal in nature, written to specific leaders to encourage and direct them in very unique challenges they were facing. These letters shed light on how we should live and relate to one another within the church. They flesh out for us how to live in response to the gospel in very real and concrete situations. In this way, they serve as a kind of manifesto, a declaration of house rules for the house of God.