Home of Eric and Julie Miller at 94 S. Westgate Ave. where our worship service is currently held.
Join Us Any Sunday for Worship!
We Are Temporarily Holding Our Worship Service in the Pastor’s Home
Sundays, 11am at 94 S. Westgate Ave., Columbus, 43204[Google Map]
We began having our worship service in Eric Miller’s (the pastor) home in Westgate in December 2017. We’re having it there while we grow as a church and the plan is to hold our service in a public place somewhere in the Westgate neighborhood. We are currently searching for a space we can rent or own. So, in short, us meeting in a home is temporary. The plan is to be meeting in a public space by summer of 2018.
Even though we’re in a home you’re still invited! The public is still welcome to come to our worship service while we’re meeting in our home. We understand that might sound a little different than a typical church, but the people it what makes a church, not a building. So consider this your invitation! You’re welcome to worship with us.
What to Expect
Our Worship Service
What should you expect? A good time. Seriously, we like to have a good time in church as well as worship and connect with others. When you arrive you can enjoy coffee as you connect with others. We then sing a few songs. We print the lyrics in the worship program you receive. If you don’t know the song and don’t sing that’s okay. We sing, because it is one of the ways to worship God.
There will then be announcements – typically announcing an upcoming event or service project and how you can be a part of it. At this time children are dismissed to children’s ministry for the remainder of the service. We do not point out nor make first time guests stand. It’s our goal that you would feel welcome.
Pastor Eric Miller then gives a relevant message from God’s Word for about 20 minutes and opens it up for discussion towards the end. The service typically last about 1 hour and 15 minutes concluding around 12:15pm.
Just like a person moving into a neighborhood, we are moving our worship service into the Westgate/Hilltop neighborhood. We are not a brand new church, since we were downtown for a few years. So we as a church are new to this neighborhood. The Miller’s moved to Westgate in early 2017 and fell in love with the neighborhood right away.