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Whether it’s your 250th Sunday or first time attending Sower Church, we cannot wait for you to join us at our 9:00 am! Sundays at Sower are special. It’s the one day of the week we gather to worship Jesus, listen to a pastor’s teaching, get connected, and enjoy the sweetness of fellowship.

What to Expect

As you walk up to the door, you’ll notice a friendly face opening the door. He/she is a part of our “Connect Team,” and they are there to welcome you and answer any questions. If you want to connect further or want to get plugged into one of our Community Groups, fill out our Connect Card! And if it’s your first time joining us, we have a small gift for you that you can get from one of our Connect Team members.

They can also get your kids pointed in the right direction for childcare or Sunday School. Nursery and Sunday school open at 8:55 am. Please check in kids before the start of the service if they will attend one of those.

Want coffee? A donut? Both? Our Hospitality Team serves coffee and donuts up until each service starts. Just head on over to the multi-purpose room just past our main lobby to be served. We also have a self-service station for coffee/tea/water available for the duration of both services.

We begin each service with announcements, worship, and the service lasts around 60 minutes. One of our pastors will then deliver a sermon, lasting around 30 minutes, and the teaching usually focuses around a series or book in the Bible.

After the sermon, a Community Group leader will share a communion thought on stage while a few members of our church pass out communion elements to remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us sinners. You do not have to be a member of Sower Church to participate in communion, but we do ask that those taking part in communion have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

After communion, we sing a hymn, and we receive a benediction, concluding our service. Folks usually stick around the main sanctuary or head out into the lobby or go grab another cup of coffee or a donut, if there are leftovers. This is usually a time to chat with people and say hello to friends.

We hope every Sunday is blessing to you, and you leave encouraged, believing that we serve a God who is good.

Should you have any questions, please email us at

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