What’s with the name?
In the Bible, we read the Exodus story of God’s mighty deliverance of his people from the bondage of slavery. They were delivered for a simple purpose—to worship God and serve Him in the world. Exodus Church seeks to be a redeemed people who worship God and serve Him in the world.
What is the worship gathering like?
Our goal during our weekend gathering is to display Jesus as our Redeemer who delivers us from bondage to worship Him and serve Him in the world. We do this in every facet of our gathering from music to preaching to taking communion. Our gathered worship is historically informed and God centered. Our atmosphere is intentionally casual and comfortable, welcoming and warm, engaging and challenging.
What else happens during the week?
Our goal is to be a people…to live in community…that cannot happen if we only meet on Sunday. To help experience community as a Church, we meet in Community Groups to discuss and apply the message from our worship gatherings.
What is available for children?
Exodus Kids seeks to provide an intentional time of nurture and training for children that is safe and secure. Exodus Kids takes place during our worship gatherings each week for children six months through 5th grade.
What is available for students?
ExodusStudents are in grades 6 through 12 and meet weekly on Monday nights from 6:30 to 7:45. In our meetings, we seek to accomplish the three goals for ExodusStudents:
- To make disciples
- To be the church
- To have lots of fun
We study the sermon series and enjoy a time of fellowship and prayer. In addition to our weekly meeting, we periodically get together for special activities and seek missions opportunities.
How can I be involved?
Join us for one of our services. Click here for more information.