What To Expect on Sunday Morning

Come As You Are

Dress as casual or as formal as you’d like. When you get here, we’ll open the door, hand you The Weekly (our bulletin), and help you with anything you want to know at the Connect Desk.

Sundays | 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

The 210
210 S. Second Street, Lower Level
Hamilton, OH 45011
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Bringing Kids?

Our volunteers will help you check your children into the right K-Ville class.

  • Kids through sixth grade are invited to engage in age-appropriate material that draws them into the gospel.
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  • Students in grades 7-12 are encouraged to listen to the sermon, live on mission, and gather in community as members of the local church.
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If you have any questions or concerns while you’re with us, visit the Connect Desk directly in front of the main entrance.


 

The Order of Gathering

Setting foot in an unfamiliar church can be a little unsettling. To help you feel more at home when you arrive, below is the typical flow for our Sunday morning gatherings.

 

Welcome & Call to Worship

After the band plays an opening song,
someone will welcome everyone and steer our hearts and minds towards worship.

 

Passing of the Peace

Because God received us and initiated reconciliation with us,
we take a few moments to do the same with one another before we sing.

 

Singing

The band then leads us in singing a few songs to and for God,
reading a passage or two of Scripture, and praying for God’s Spirit to move in our hearts that morning.

 

Reading of the Focal Passage

Someone will read the main passage of Scripture that will be unpacked that morning in the sermon.
You can follow along in a bible or on the screens.

 

Sermon

An elder or qualified teacher will spend roughly 45 minutes reading, explaining, and applying Scripture to our lives.
If you want to hear an example, listen to past sermons here.

 

Time of Response

Because God’s Word is true and his Spirit is active,
we want to give everyone time to reflect and respond through prayer, communion, and trusting in Jesus.

 

Closing Announcements & Benediction

Someone will close out the gathering with a good word as we scatter out into our neighborhoods.