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Join us for worship every Sunday!
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
What should I wear?
Some of our folks dress up, while others don’t. You’ll see some people wearing jeans or khakis and some wearing suits. So don’t worry about it! Our only common thread is that we all need Jesus and are all seeking the fullest experience of His presence and glory in worship.
What kind of songs and music do you sing?
Our music runs right down the middle, mixing classic and modern hymns throughout the service. Our goal with worship is to sing songs that give adoration to Christ, no matter when they were written.
What is your preaching like?
The Word of God is the foundation of all we do, and is central to the worship service. When the pastors step in the pulpit, they strive to open the words of the text and bring them out in a way that is plain and understandable to all. We value being “people of the book,” and if you need a copy, we always have extras on hand to give you.
Will I be asked to give money?
Every week we give offerings to God during our 10:30 a.m. worship service. We want to give everyone the opportunity to, “Give to the LORD the glory due His Name. Bring an offering and come into His courts” (Psalm 96.8). If it is your first time with us, however, you are in no way obligated to give. It’s entirely your choice. If you call TRBC your church home, then we believe giving financially to God and His church is the right thing to do as part of the family and as a prescribed expression of our love and worship.
Will I be singled out because I am new?
You don’t want to feel awkward. We get that. Being singled out in church is uncomfortable. We won’t do that to you. We will greet and welcome you to our service – and then give you liberty to focus with us on worshiping the Presence of Christ.