We would love meet you and have you with us for worship this Sunday. On this page you'll find some information about joining us for a Sunday service.
Building Blocks at 9:30am
Worship Service at 10:30am
Where Do I Go?
We encourage first time guests to come in through the main entrance at the front corner of the building. There you will be greeted by someone from our our guest and connections team who can help you navigate the building.
Do You Have Children's Ministry?
Yes, and we would love to have your children join us! If you have children, please arrive a few minutes before the service to check in to our KidCity ministry. We'll make sure we have your contact information and print any special needs (allergies, etc.) on your child's name tag. All of our volunteers have undergone background checks and are trained in our child-care policies and procedures. For more information on what we offer for your children's age groups, go to our CHILDREN page.
What is the Service Like?
The regular diet of preaching at Milwood is expositional preaching. That means we seek to preach the point of the text. Our sermon series most often focus on one book of the Bible at a time. You'll find our current sermon series here: SERMONS.
We aim to have music and songs which are most conducive for the whole congregation worshipping God in spirit and in truth. We sing worshipful songs from multiple genres and moods of music. It is a sweet sound and deeply encouraging when we hear each other sing the gospel togeher.
Our music is lead by a rotating team of volunteers who do a great job of helping us lift our voices to God each week!
We take time in our gathering to pray. We pray a prayer of confession and faith toward the beginning of the service. An Elder also leads us in a pastoral prayer where we pray for our church, needs in our community, fellow churches, missions, and other matters before us.
A few times in the service we take time to hear God's word read aloud. There is a reading of the gospel, a reading connected to the pastoral prayer, and a reading of the sermon text.
First Time Here?
When you visit for the first time make sure to bring your connection card to the guest and connection table at the back of the sanctuary. We'd love to meet you there and see how we can get to know you better and share about our church.
Feel free to hang around after the service a bit. Most Sundays people stick around and fellowship after the service, talking in the sanctuary or foyer area.