OUR WORSHIP SERVICES
6:00PM Saturday Venue Service
Our Saturday Venue Service has a cozy and intimate atmosphere. You will hear current worship music (like Hillsong or Bethel music), have fresh coffee available and experience live preaching. Childcare is available for infants-5th grade.
9:00AM Sunday Heritage Service
Location: Worship Center
Our Sunday Heritage Service is our traditional service. Here you can expect to hear hymns and choruses with live preaching. Childcare is available for infants-5th grade.
9:00AM Sunday Venue Service
Our Sunday Venue service is unique. It takes the same worship you would experience in a Saturday Venue Service but then simulcasts the sermon into the room at the appropriate time. That might sound strange at first, but it truly has a feeling of a family gathering. Coffee and childcare is available during this service as well.
10:45AM Sunday Family Service
Location: Worship Center
This is our largest service, with modern worship (such as Hillsong, Bethel, Elevation), and live preaching. Coffee is available at our cafe. Childcare is available for infants-5th grade.
And if you happen to be unable to join us, you can always join us via livestream! Just click here to tune in.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How should I dress?
What is the preaching and worship style?
How long are your worship services? What are they like?
Services are approximately 75-minutes long, but can vary a little shorter or longer sometimes.
Is Colonial Woods part of a denomination?
Colonial Woods belongs to the Missionary Church denomination, headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana. You can learn more about the Missionary Church by visiting www.mcusa.org.
What does Colonial Woods believe?
We uphold the doctrine of the Missionary Church denomination, headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Go to www.mcusa.org for information on the Missionary Church, or here for more information on our core beliefs.
Is childcare provided?
What translation of the Bible do you use?
There are many wonderful translations of the Word of God out there but as a church we consistently use the NIV in our services and classes. While you may hear other translations used (such as the ESV or The Message Paraphrase) they are typically used alongside the NIV to help give greater understanding to the meaning of the text.
What should I expect when I visit?
When you first walk into our foyer doors, you will be greeted by some smiling faces. Our greeters are happy to help you find your way around. There is a Welcome Center just inside the foyer that can help explain service options, childcare, or classes available.
How do I contact a pastor for prayer and/or counseling?
If you’re attending a worship service and you would like to have someone pray with you, our Prayer and Care Team members will be standing near the stage following the service. They would love to pray with you.