Sundays at 8:30am and 10:30am in the Sanctuary
Two identical services led by our band, vocal team and choir. As one body, we gather together and offer our praise to God through music, prayer and scripture. What to Expect
Sundays at 10:30am in the Hispanic Chapel (en español)
An authentic and community rich Spanish speaking service held in the chapel. This service is led by Pastor Juan-Daniel Espitia.
While we place great value in community and everyone belonging to the whole church, we also provide two distinct worship cultures every Sunday. Attend the service where you will experience God in a way that is most meaningful for you.
Our services are full of energy and life. We sing songs led by a band, vocal team, choir, and organ, hear announcements, and have the opportunity to hear a message based on Biblical truths.
What time should I get there?
We recommend parking your car about 10 minutes prior to the service time. This will allow you to walk to the sanctuary, be greeted, and find a seat. If you have kids and would like to have them experience our great children’s programs, you may want to add another 10 minutes. This will give you time to sign them in at a table in front of the Children’s Ministry Center or bring them to their classroom.
Will I be singled out as a visitor?
When you first arrive on the patio outside the sanctuary, you will see small tables with name tags. You don’t have to wear one, but we encourage everyone to use on so you can be greeted by name. There are no special “visitor” tags, so don’t worry about being singled out. If you would like more information about our church, stop by the information table on the patio.
What is the service like?
When you enter the sanctuary, you will be warmly greeted and handed a packet that contains news, announcements, worship service outline, message outline, and more. Feel free to sit anywhere you are comfortable.
Here is what you can expect at a typical worship service:
Worshiping God with songs of praise
Greeting and Welcoming one another
Information on our life together at SBPC
Often, we will also have special elements like baptisms, greeting new members, hear personal stories of how God is working in people’s lives, communion, and more.
Communion is taken on the first Sunday of every month. At this service, we come forward and take a piece of bread and dip it into the juice and eat as we remember Christ’s sacrifice. Communion is available to everyone who professes faith in Jesus Christ.
How long is it?
The service lasts from 70 to 75 minutes.
What should I wear?
Most people at this service wear casual business attire. Some wear jeans and shorts. You won’t find any suits at this service. Feel free to come as you are.
What about my kids?
Birth – Pre-Kindergarten children may be checked into their classrooms for a fun and engaging program that is specially designed for them. If you would like your children to attend worship services with you, they are more than welcome in the sanctuary and may be dismissed at the children’s blessing time if you desire.
Kindergarten – 6th Grade children may be checked in on the patio before service and then will attend part of the worship service with their family. Children are blessed and dismissed part way through the service to enjoy great programming that is specially designed for them. Children are also welcome to stay with their family for the entire service.
Middle School Students (7th – 8th Grade)
Middle school students will start in the sanctuary with their families or may sit with other students to enjoy a great time of worship. Part way through the service, they will be dismissed to be a part of an engaging and fun middle school program.
High School Students (9th – 12th Grade)
High school students are encouraged to join us during the worship services with their families or sit together with other students. They can meet and hang out at the One Youth student hub on the patio before and after services. At the 10:15am service time, there are high school student small groups available for those who wish to meet with other students during that time.
What if I have questions?
Please stop by our information table on the patio (you can’t miss the sign) or feel free to speak to any of our ushers and greeters.