You can expect an atmosphere that is welcoming and engaging! Our service style is a mix of contemporary and traditional. There may be some elements that are new to you, but we try to explain why we believe each part of our service is important. You will see dress including everything from business casual to jeans and even a few shorts and flip flops in the summer. Come as you are and rest in arms of Jesus!
BEFORE THE WORSHIP SERVICE
9:00AM – DISCIPLESHIP CLASSES FOR AGES 3-18
During the school year we have discipleship classes for children and young adults from
9:45AM – COFFEE & FELLOWSHIP
Every Sunday before the service we have a time of fellowship in the Commons. We provide coffee and snacks so feel free to jump in and help yourself. It’s a time to hang out, meet new people, and get caught up with one another.
DURING THE SERVICE
WHAT ABOUT KIDS?
At Three Rivers there are a lot of kids! We love to point children toward biblical principles in age appropriate classes and teach them that no matter what Jesus loves them! Our morning discipleship classes are available for ages 3-high school. It is during this time our children learn scripture, biblical truths and engage in discussion on how the scripture is relevant to their life. During Family Worship time we encourage you to do what is right for your family! We offer a nursery from birth-3 and children ages 4-5 are able to attend children's church before the sermon starts. They are escorted back into service for communion.
AM I REQUIRED TO DO ANYTHING?
Whether you have followed Jesus for a long time or you are new to the faith we encourage everyone to participate at whatever level you feel comfortable.
AFTER THE SERVICE
We grow in community after the service. Everything God calls his people to be can’t be done simply on Sunday morning. A lot happens in our community groups as we show the love of Christ to the world around us. Whether it’s getting together to watch the game, meeting new folks at the park, bringing a salad to community group, participating in a service project, or visiting one another in the hospital, we want to push back against the loneliness so many people -- Christians and seekers alike -- feel over the course of the week in Grove.