Weekly Services

1 church for the whole family

The River is a church for everyone, regardless of their age.  On any given Sunday morning you will find an environment custom fit for each member of your family.  We also offer several programs, classes, and activities throughout the week.  There are plenty of opportunities for you to connect and grow alongside others.

Adult ministries

We meet every Sunday morning at 9:00 & 10:45 am for our weekly worship services.  There are other opportunities throughout the week for adults to plug in to the River. We have several options for you to connect and grow deeper in your discovery of God.

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Sunday Service: 9:00 & 10:45 am

Other Programs and Services:

Please see our calendar.

River Kids

children's ministry

River Kids is our dynamic children's ministry for kids ages birth through 5th grade!  For more information, click here.

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Sunday Morning Service:

Every Sunday, 9 & 10:45 am

Other Programs and Activities:

Please see our calendar.

Flood - Rush

9-12 grades  /  6-8 grades

Rush is our ministry designed for 6th - 8th graders, and Flood is designed for 9th - 12th graders.  For more information, click here!

Youth Wednesday Night Service: 

Every Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:00pm

Other Programs and Activities:

Please see our calendar.

First Time at the river?

We know that attending a church service for the first time can be a very unsettling thing... from "how do I dress" to "what if the guy next to me smells." There are many things to cause you to second guess your decision to attend.  We are well aware of the difficulty and unknowns attached to checking out a new church, so we make every attempt to be as welcoming and friendly as possible.  The environments at the River are very relaxed. There is no secret "church-lingo" or fancy clothes to make you feel out of place. Come as you are, and if the guy next to you really does smell, chances are he's very friendly, so that sort of makes up for it.  Right?