We invite you to join us and experience the living God who still meets with us today as we worship together in Jesus' name.  In worship, you will sense who we truly are as a community, and more importantly, who is this amazing God in whom we trust. 

     We offer different styles of worship—Blended and Contemporary—because we know people's hearts are tuned in different ways.  At our Blended services, we share a mix of the best of Contemporary Christian music along with great classic hymns.  At our Contemporary service, the band leads us with energy, and clapping often breaks out.  

     All of our services include Communion—as we believe in this simple bread and wine, Jesus truly meets with us.  All Christians, all who recognize their need for Jesus forgiveness in their life, are welcome to share in this meal.  (We also offer non-gluten bread and grape juice for those who need or would prefer that).
     The Bible is central to our worship experience.  We believe that the Bible is not old words, but a living voice, God's voice showing us who He is, and revealing to us God's plans for our lives.
     We love children at worship, but we also know that adults need time to focus on their connection to God.  So we offer Faithland—our children's ministry program for children birth to 5th grade — during both of our Sunday morning services.  This allows children and adults to each connect with Jesus at their own level.

      At Light of Christ, people dress casually, but take God seriously.  You are welcome to come as you are, enjoy a cup of coffee and get to know us!


While we have seen the danger of over-flowing rivers this fall, the word overflow is often a positive in scripture.  In Psalm 23, “my cup overflows” is a sign of God’s abundance.  In Psalm 65, “The wagon track overflows with richness”.  God’s blessings aren’t just bottom of the barrel scrape by—they overflow in our lives.  And if we don’t pause to acknowledge that, we miss it.  And God promises an on-going overflow when we acknowledge it (Mal. 3).  In the New Testament Paul loves this word as well, and he uses it twice when calling the people of Corinth to generosity.  “abundant joy and extreme poverty overflowed in generosity”…that isn’t an equation that makes sense to us, but in God’s economy it does.  And in 2 Cor. 9, our generosity “overflows in thanksgiving to God.”  Overflow signifies the abundance of God’s blessing in our lives and reminds us to let that lead us to overflow in our response to God.


Nov 17-18

Abundant Blessing, Overflowing Thanks

II Corinthians 9:6-15



Kendall Koenig

Senior Pastor


Sharon Rogers

Associate Pastor


Josh Jones

Director, Music & Worship


Beca Malmgren

Director, Children's Music