Tri-City Bible Church is made up of all kinds of people, from all walks of life, ethnicities, backgrounds, and generations. We enjoy fellowship with enthusiastic young people and wise seniors. Sunday morning attendance is between 250 and 300 people. Dress trends toward business-casual, but we don’t put a major emphasis on how you look. God cares much more about your heart than your appearance.
Every Sunday morning at 9:00am we have a one-hour adult education program that focuses on topics that benefit the whole church. This may be anything from a book study to a theology class. This is usually taught by one of our elders or deacons, and it intended to help you grow in your faith.
At 10:30am we begin our main worship service. This includes an orderly service that begins with music, a call to worship, Scripture reading, prayers, and an expositional sermon from the Old or New Testament that explains a portion of God’s Word. You should bring your Bible, but if you don’t have one, there are some in the pew racks. About one third of the way into the service, children are dismissed to age appropriate programs. The preaching is focused on the gospel, and the hope that sinners have through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The music we sing at Tri-City Bible Church is a blend of doctrinally rich songs, both old and new. They span the ages from the middle ages to modern day. One thing you will notice is that we prefer congregational singing. We don’t have solo’s and a bunch of songs about ourselves. We sing about the greatness of God and the awesome grace of salvation through Jesus Christ.