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We are currently not offering Radical Kids, our ministry for children, but would still like you to know about this ministry. We encourage you to bring your children to sit with you in church during this time.
Radical Kids is our ministry for children from 6 weeks old to 5th grade that meets during the service, and check-in starts 10 minutes prior to the worship service. However, we also welcome children into the service to learn to worship alongside our family of faith, and we regularly schedule our 1st-5th graders to be in the service with their families so they can prepare to be involved in corporate worship as they get older. We also have a "mom's room" available for moms with infants who need a more private place to rock or nurse where the service is live-streamed.
We typically preach through books of the Bible, studying a passage each week. We seek to exalt Jesus in every sermon and to apply the truths of the text to our lives. Several of our pastors share the preaching and teaching duties.
We share the Lord's Supper every Sunday, typically near the start of the service in order to set the tone for our worship together. We remember and proclaim that Jesus died in our place for our sin so that we could be reconciled to God and adopted into his family, the church. This is also a time for repentance and renewal. The table is open to all who worship Jesus as Lord.
You can expect a mix of modern and traditional songs that magnify Christ. Our worship band strives to lead us in songs that are biblically faithful, theologically rich, and full of praise to God.
Offerings are an important part of worship. Our offering box is located at the information table in the back of the auditorium. If you are our guest at Three Rivers, we do not expect you to give. We are simply glad to have you with us.
We invite you to come as you are, whether it's a suit or shorts you feel most comfortable wearing. Our members and regular attenders tend to dress pretty casual.