Planning Your Visit:
One of our greatest privileges as a congregation is to celebrate Christ's resurrection from the dead each and every Sunday - Jesus Christ died and was raised so that sinners would be reconciled to God. This is the good news we have a passion to proclaim, live, and share. We invite you to join us Sundays at 10:00am (or come at 9am for Sunday School classes for all ages!).
What to Expect:
Maple Grove has always been a place where we keep it very simple. It’s relaxed but focused. We don’t need to be flashy or put on big productions for people to meet God. We believe that Jesus is enough. Here’s what you can expect during a typical worship gathering:
One of our greatest joys is to sing together each week. As we sing our focus is not ourselves, or the people around us, but proclaiming the great things of God and what He has done for us. He is worthy of worship, so no matter what kind of voice you have, sing out with all of your heart!
Sermons at Maple Grove are generally expositional, meaning that they seek to declare the point of a particular Biblical passage. All of our preaching is driven by the Gospel, the Bible’s main message of God saving sinners through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Sermons usually last around 45 minutes.
One of the greatest privileges we have as followers of Jesus is being able pray with boldness and confidence. Each Sunday we have a time for sharing prayer requests and praying together as a Church.
If you are a visitor, please do not feel obligated to give anything financially – you are our guest and we are honored to have you.
What Should I Wear?
At Maple Grove, some wear suits and ties others wear blue jeans and t-shirts. There’s no set dress code, just be yourself, we’re a family.
What About My Kids?
Maple Grove is a family-friendly environment. We believe that children are a blessing from God and are a vital part of every local church. As such, we do not offer any “children’s church” during the regular service (we DO have Sunday School for all ages at 9am!). Families are encouraged to worship together. We know that having kids in worship with us brings some extra “kid noise” with it – and we like it that way. We love having families with kids of all ages worshiping together with us!