"We are saved to worship God. All that Christ has done in the past and all that He is doing now leads to this one end." - A.W. Tozer
We gather each Sunday to worship our risen savior at 11:00 am. Services are held in the sanctuary which is easily accessed from the Stanford Street entrance. All our church facilities are easily accessible by elevator as well. One of our warm and welcoming greeters would love to assist you should you need any direction or have any questions.
There is a nursery available in our Children's Area for children ages nursery through three years old during both worship services and Sunday School. In addition a time of Children's Worship is offered after the Children's Sermon for children aged Pre-K through First Grade in our 11:00 Service. Our services are open to children of all ages - they are more than welcome in our pews should you desire that they join you for the entirety of the service. For more information visit our page dedicated to helping you and your family engage in church life at ARPC.
Curious about our style of worship? Feel free to check out recordings of our services and our bulletins.
Why do we worship together?
The ARP Directory of Public Worship helps answer this question:
"By the works of His hands, and the word of His mouth, God calls all mankind to worship and serve Him. In His being and works God is most worthy of worship. He is the creator and sustainer of all who live; therefore, every person should honor Him as God and give Him thanks (Ps. 95, Ps. 96, Rom. 1:18-23). Indeed, whether we eat or drink, or whatever we do, we should do all to the glory of God (1 Cor. 10:31). By the mercies shown to them, those redeemed in Christ are especially called to worship and serve God (Rom. 12:1-2)." (I.1)