First time at Risen Savior?
Here’s what you can expect:
Worship
 
Our Sunday Worship Services are at 8:00 am and 10:30am.  We don’t have a pipe organ (but our keyboard players are amazing!). We have guitars, drums, electric bass, and some awesome singers. We blend the historic liturgy that the Church has used for centuries with modern elements.  Our services typically last around an hour (they may run a few minutes longer if there is something special like a baptism).
 
Dress Code
 
There isn’t one! If you want to wear shorts and a t-shirt or a suit and tie, feel free.  Whatever you wear, there will be several people dressed like you!
 
We Welcome Children!
 
We encourage children of all ages to participate with their families in worship.  Every family has a different way of doing that and we have several options to help your family worship comfortably.
  • In the back of the Worship Center is a cabinet with puzzles and “Quiet Bags” that you can take to your seat and return at the end of the service.
  • If you need to step outside the Worship Center with a restless child, you will find a Family Room (to the right of the main entrance, next to the office) with rocking chairs and a large TV where you can follow the service. 
  •  Nursery is available for your use at any time in Room 104.  During the 10:30 Service, it is staffed by two adult volunteers who have completed our ‘Child Protection Training.’  We have a paging system to notify you if your child needs you. The 10:30 Service is simulcast in the Nursery. 
  • (During the 10:30 Service only) Around 10 minutes after the service starts (right before the Scripture readings), children who are in Pre-K and younger are invited to meet in the back of the Worship Center to head to Children’s Church. You can pick them up in Room 102 after service is over.
 
 
Accessibility
 
Our entire facility is ADA compliant. If there is anything you need assistance with, don’t hesitate to ask and we will be happy to help. We have ‘Listen’ hearing assistance devices available at the sound booth (big wooden cabinet at the back of the sanctuary). Large-print bulletins are available at the entrances, just ask an usher.