*IMPORTANT: Due to the winter weather as well as the recent Supreme Court directives, we’ll be meeting indoors once again. We're also providing a Drive-In Service (FM89.3) or watch along our livestreams here on YouTube or our Facebook Live!
When attending our 10:30am Sunday Worship Gathering, you can expect...
At Infusion Church, we welcome all people because we believe that the Gospel has the power to change anyone and everyone. It is only by the power of the Gospel that God’s redemption is brought to broken cities, cultures, families, and people. Because of this, our community reflects people from all walks of life, who are becoming more and more like Christ.
At Infusion Church, we sing "psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs" (Eph 5:19) that are theologically rich, gospel-centered, and accessible. Generally our songs are ordered to follow the "liturgical" pattern of Creation-Fall-Redemption-Restoration-Glorification. While there are Sundays that we sing along with acoustic instruments, most weeks we have a full band play.
At Infusion Church, we believe that the central theme of the whole Bible, both of the Old and New Testaments, is the sufferings and glory of Christ (Luke 24:26-27). Therefore, we preach the whole Bible (even the laws, the ceremonies, and the history of Israel) as being fulfilled in Christ. We avoid “moralistic lessons,” but preach the gospel - trusting that it is the gospel that saves, and that it is the gospel that brings growth. Typically our Sunday morning messages are preached by one of our elders, and range from 30-45 minutes.
At Infusion Church, our members along with visiting believers, celebrate the Lord's Supper every week. During the Lord's Supper we eat bread (representing Christ's body broken for us), and drink wine or grapejuice (representing Christ's blood shed for us). The Lord's Supper is a tangible reminder of the gospel, and a means of grace to sustain us.
At Infusion Church, we believe that understanding the gospel leads us to have a proper understanding of giving. By grasping the riches we have already received in Christ, we are liberated from excessive concern over our wealth, talents, and time, and are freed to give to the local church as an act of worship to God. We are a community that is motivated to give by grace, not guilt.