What to Expect at Acts 2

What It’s Like to Worship at Acts 2

Acts 2 UMC is a community of believers who have decided together to live their lives fully devoted to God. It is a place where everyone plays a critical role, everyone is important and God is in charge.

What are the service times?

Acts 2 worships online on Sunday mornings at 9:15 and 10:45 a.m. and offers in-person worship at 10:45 a.m. (with social distancing in place and face masks required)

What should I expect?

First and foremost, expect to experience God through the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Gathering area

When you enter the gathering area at Acts 2, you will be greeted by one of our hospitality team members. They can assist you in finding a seat or answer any question you may have.

Worship

Each worship service lasts approximately 80 minutes. At the beginning, there are two songs, followed by the Children’s Moment, and then another song. Our dress ranges from casual to formal – whatever you want to wear is fine. We do not single out guests or ask anything of you.

Each week, our musicians and vocalists lead our congregation in singing praises to God through contemporary songs, as well as traditional hymns.
Commonly asked questions about our worship services

Sermon

One of the pastors will deliver a message based on Biblical principles that are practical and applicable to life today.

Watch or listen to our sermons

Children’s Worship

*Updated July 2020: We’ve suspended in-person children’s activities on Sunday mornings due to the pandemic. Children are welcome to attend worship with their families. All persons aged 8 and older are required to wear face masks.

If you have children from birth to three years old, we can assist you in checking your child into the nursery where you will meet our caring nursery staff.

If you have children ages four years or older, they are invited to attend our children’s programming which varies based on the worship service you attend.

Learn about what options are available for your children

Communion

Following the sermon and offering, everyone is invited to receive Holy Communion. We believe that everyone – members and guests, regardless of denomination or church background – are welcome at the Lord’s table.

Closing

The worship service will end with a sending forth by the pastor, after which our staff would be happy to meet you!

Have more questions? See our FAQs.

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