Calendar

    Sep
    17
    Fri
    Friday Fellowship
    Sep 17 @ 6:30 pm

    An emphasis of our church culture is to know and love each other individually and collectively. To help facilitate this, we strongly encourage regular times of togetherness outside of the church services. As we do not regularly populate our evenings and weekends with church organized youth programs, our entire church body is more freed to pursue deeper relationships with the church as a whole. We sometimes organize whole-church fellowships, but most often encourage the families of the church to create their own smaller gatherings of fellowship within the church body…rotating through the membership and including everyone (even non-member attendees when and where possible). Some light checks and guidance might be put in place to help us be sure that we are getting to better know everyone within the church family…that is, all ages getting to know everyone. Times and places will certainly vary to accommodate this ideal, but as a general point of focus, we try to encourage availability and willingness to gather on Friday evenings, if possible. At the very least, it’s a starting point with which to have the conversation.

    Sep
    19
    Sun
    Sunday School
    Sep 19 @ 9:00 am

    Join us for an all-age integrated Sunday School each week. Bible lesson, memory work, projects, object lessons, quizzing, and singing all find their way into these weekly gatherings. The energy, excitement, and involvement of the young tend to challenge the adults…and the maturity, experience, and guidance of the older tend to exemplify well the path of spiritual growth for the younger. This is an especially family-friendly setting that provides a foundation and plan allowing parents to better fulfill their roles of instructing their children.

    Morning Worship
    Sep 19 @ 10:00 am

    The firstfruit of our attention and time during each week is focused upon our Lord Jesus Christ as we gather together around His word and His people. There is a formal plan to these services that provides opportunity for singing, testimonies, thanksgiving, prayer time, special music, ordinances as scheduled,  and preaching…all in the context of worship and response toward our God. Please be sure to read the “Our Worship” page to better understand our attitudes and approach to our services. A portion of our weekly plan allows and encourages voiced participation in sharing testimonies, prayer requests, and thanksgiving. Edification of the saints and the worship of our Saviour are primary focuses during this service, but the evangelization of the lost with the gospel will be regularly pursued, as they may be welcomed guests amongst us. The order of service exercises may change from week to week (as we help to fight the tendency toward mindless routine), but these elements will be present to some extent in most all of our services.    

    Evening Worship
    Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm

    One purpose of the evening service to help keep the Lord’s Day from becoming just another Saturday following the morning service. Essentially, the attitudes and exercises of this meeting are similar to the morning service, and yet it is a completely different set of songs/hymns, specials, sermon, etc. In that Sunday evening services have become a thing of the past with many churches, we have found that our evening gatherings often include visitors from other churches in the area. This later meeting often finds itself accompanied by after-church singspirations or fellowships.

    Singspiration
    Sep 19 @ 8:30 pm

    Following the Evening Worship Service on the third Sunday of each month, we spend a more informal time of singing and playing favorite hymns and choruses. Group specials (both prepared and impromptu) are ministered, and various inclusions of readings, poems, and testimonies are also enjoyed. This time is especially appreciated in a new church as we seek to breathe a familiarity into commonly used music of regular services of Legacy. Be alert to announcements regarding the possibility of a food & fellowship to follow.

    Sep
    22
    Wed
    Prayer Meeting
    Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm

    This middle-of-the-week service has the potential of containing the same general elements as the Sunday services, however, it is called and intended to be a ‘prayer meeting’. We have no intention of putting our prayer into a box of time. We pray, and at length in most services, because we believe in it. The singing and Bible study elements will be flexible enough to serve the priority of praising God and sharing requests amongst the congregation, and they will allow freedom of opportunity to pray as desired or needed. While individual participation will be encouraged and welcomed, there is no need to anticipate that those uncomfortable with praying in public will be asked to do so.

    Sep
    24
    Fri
    Friday Fellowship
    Sep 24 @ 6:30 pm

    An emphasis of our church culture is to know and love each other individually and collectively. To help facilitate this, we strongly encourage regular times of togetherness outside of the church services. As we do not regularly populate our evenings and weekends with church organized youth programs, our entire church body is more freed to pursue deeper relationships with the church as a whole. We sometimes organize whole-church fellowships, but most often encourage the families of the church to create their own smaller gatherings of fellowship within the church body…rotating through the membership and including everyone (even non-member attendees when and where possible). Some light checks and guidance might be put in place to help us be sure that we are getting to better know everyone within the church family…that is, all ages getting to know everyone. Times and places will certainly vary to accommodate this ideal, but as a general point of focus, we try to encourage availability and willingness to gather on Friday evenings, if possible. At the very least, it’s a starting point with which to have the conversation.

    Sep
    26
    Sun
    Sunday School
    Sep 26 @ 9:00 am

    Join us for an all-age integrated Sunday School each week. Bible lesson, memory work, projects, object lessons, quizzing, and singing all find their way into these weekly gatherings. The energy, excitement, and involvement of the young tend to challenge the adults…and the maturity, experience, and guidance of the older tend to exemplify well the path of spiritual growth for the younger. This is an especially family-friendly setting that provides a foundation and plan allowing parents to better fulfill their roles of instructing their children.

    Morning Worship
    Sep 26 @ 10:00 am

    The firstfruit of our attention and time during each week is focused upon our Lord Jesus Christ as we gather together around His word and His people. There is a formal plan to these services that provides opportunity for singing, testimonies, thanksgiving, prayer time, special music, ordinances as scheduled,  and preaching…all in the context of worship and response toward our God. Please be sure to read the “Our Worship” page to better understand our attitudes and approach to our services. A portion of our weekly plan allows and encourages voiced participation in sharing testimonies, prayer requests, and thanksgiving. Edification of the saints and the worship of our Saviour are primary focuses during this service, but the evangelization of the lost with the gospel will be regularly pursued, as they may be welcomed guests amongst us. The order of service exercises may change from week to week (as we help to fight the tendency toward mindless routine), but these elements will be present to some extent in most all of our services.    

    Evening Worship
    Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm

    One purpose of the evening service to help keep the Lord’s Day from becoming just another Saturday following the morning service. Essentially, the attitudes and exercises of this meeting are similar to the morning service, and yet it is a completely different set of songs/hymns, specials, sermon, etc. In that Sunday evening services have become a thing of the past with many churches, we have found that our evening gatherings often include visitors from other churches in the area. This later meeting often finds itself accompanied by after-church singspirations or fellowships.