These are photos of the traditional sanctuary, the one on the left is before a service during Lent 2015, and the one on the right comes from Christmas Eve service 2014.
These are photos of the contemporary sanctuary, the one on the left is from rehearsal prior to a service this past May and the one on the right was taken during the sermon of that service.
Worship is currently offered twice every week with a Contemporary version led by a praise band and with an intentional connection between the Scriptures and the secular world through a choice of theme and the sermon. It is our goal in Contemporary that as you leave, things that you encounter in the every day world will remind you of the Scriptures and message that God spoke to you in worship. This service happens at 6:00 pm on Sunday night. Traditional worship tends to use hymns and the organ to accompany the Scripture and sermon in order to communicate the Word of God in a way that's relevant to the modern world. Devotionals are offered each week to help the Word continue to breathe life into attendees throughout the week. Traditional meets on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am. Prayer services, special holiday services, and prayer vigils are also frequently offered as part of worship.