Human beings were created for relationship – both with God and with one another. Unfortunately, when mankind fell into sin, relationship was severed. The good news is that Jesus, through his death and resurrection, makes it possible for relationship with God to be restored. Jesus also makes it possible for us to experience reconciled relationships with one another. To see more about what the bible says about this, read Ephesians 2:11-22.

In our digital, online age, people exist apart from meaningful community and relationships maybe more than ever before. But isolation is not good for anyone, and God’s design is for people to live their lives alongside others. For the follower of Jesus, community is not an option.

“As a church, the primary way that we live out the idea of biblical community is through Community Groups”.

Our worship services are pretty casual. Some people dress up a bit, while many others simply wear jeans and a t-shirt. Our belief is that God cares much more about the condition of our hearts than our external appearance.

We have coffee and tea available in the lobby, so you’re welcome to grab a beverage and bring it into the service with you. Note: we want to take good care of the Royal Act Theater, so please make sure that your beverage has a lid.

Our services start with a couple of songs, then we move into a time of teaching from the Bible. As you may have guessed by our name, we highly value the Scriptures. Because of this, the teaching time is a prominent feature of our gatherings, with each sermon being somewhere around 45 minutes long. Some people bring their bibles to read along, some take notes for further study, and some simply sit and listen.

After the teaching, we respond in three primary ways. First, we respond with the giving of tithes and offerings. This is something that we encourage our members to participate in; if you are a guest, there is no expectation that you have to give. Second, we respond through the celebration of Communion or the Lord’s Supper. We practice an “open table” at Sound City, which means that you are welcome to join us at the table if you are Christian, even if this is your first time joining us. If you are not a Christian, we would encourage you to talk with one of our pastors before participating in the Lord’s Supper.

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