WHAT OUR VISITORS CAN EXPECT

Check in your toddlers and infants:
Our church nursery is the perfect place for children from birth to 4 years old. The staff and volunteers create a safe, fun, and loving atmosphere for your children while you worship in the main auditorium.

Get settled:
At Living Water, you’ll notice a casual atmosphere, and people of all ages and walks of life. A few worshippers dress formal, but the majority are more relaxed. Seating is also informal; you may sit wherever you are most comfortable.

Worship:
This time is set aside for communicating with God from our hearts. Our worship team will lead us in upbeat contemporary songs of celebration, as well as traditional hymns. Some members of the congregation will worship with raised hands, some will sing and clap along, and others will worship by quietly reflecting on the words. You’re welcome to do whatever makes you feel most comfortable.

Offering:
Each week Living Water’s regular attenders make an offering. As a guest, there is no expectation for you to give. This is an act of worship for our regular attenders, allowing them to thank God for all of the great work he is doing in their lives. It also gives Living Water the means to minister to our local community, surrounding area, and through our world outreaches.

Message:
Every Sunday, Dr. Hofman delivers a straightforward, expositional message from a passage of Scripture.  He preaches through whole books of the Bible, verse by verse, and shows how the passage can help listeners develop a growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ, and apply biblical teaching to specific situations of their own life.

You can listen to a message online here: www.sermonaudio.com/livingwaterlapine

Communion:
The first Sunday of every month we celebrate communion together. It is an “open communion” which means anyone can participate in this time of reflection and prayer – as long they’ve made the decision to follow Jesus Christ. The juice and bread that we share represent the life He willingly gave up so that our sins could be forgiven.