PLAN A VISIT
Approx. service length: 75 mins*ASL interpreted at 11am
Our Sunday services last around 75 minutes and typically contain 2-3 songs of Christ-centered worship, plus a biblical teaching to inspire and equip you with the tools to live a Christ-centered life.
When you enter the parking lot, turn your flashers on and our Parking Team will direct you to a VIP spot and help you get where you need to go from there. Make sure you swing by the blue tables under the covered patio area that we call the Welcome Center so that we can meet you, give you a gift, and help you get connected to Centerpoint. Bathrooms and a coffee station will be to the left, and you can enter the Worship Center from either of the main entrances that you'll see from the front of the building.
Parents are invited to check their kids (infants through fifth grade) into the CP Kids Building located to the left of the Worship Center, and the right of the playground. CP Kids is available during all weekend services. Head to the Head to the New Families kiosk you see in front of the building to get started, and we'll guide you from there.
We are passionate about seeing the next generation of Jesus’ disciples rising up to take their place in the world. We cannot become what we haven’t seen or heard, so it is our joy to facilitate spiritual encounters for your kids that expose them to the love of God, the power of God, and the family of God. So while you're worshipping and learning with the adults, your kids will be doing the same thing in an age-appropriate way.
Middle School and High School Students meet during both our 9am and 11am services. Students worship in the Worship Center with their families first, and are released together after worship to gather in Venue 2 to the left of the playground, for a time of small group conversation and connection that includes fun games and snacks!
We’re a big family and that comes with lots of energy and fun. But we also believe that personal connection is vital for students to be seen, heard, and known, so small groups are incorporated into our experiences. Middle School and High School students have separate mid-week services as well.