what to expect

If you attend one of our Sunday morning Celebration services, you'll discover that we are a church that eagerly desires to draw close to Jesus!


You're welcome to wear your Sunday-best or feel free to come in jeans, we are not concerned with your appearance, but we are concerned about people's hearts. 


We enjoy good fellowship and we'll have coffee brewing, so come early and enjoy mingling with new friends or get involved in our Fire Starters Sunday School class at 9:30am.  


Up until 15 minutes before worship and also immediately after the service, kids may enjoy access to our giant indoor play land! Parents should check-in their kids at The Hospitality Center before worship begins at 10:30am.


We do start promptly at 10:30 am so please come early to fellowship and also to get to your seat before the service begins. 


Expect to encounter the Lord as we enter into a time of praise and worship. We will then continue our worship time in receiving tithes and offerings. Then, our Pastor will share the message from God's Word.


At the end of service we offer a time of ministry through the laying on of hands for those that desire so. At that time we will also release all parents to pick up their children from the children's ministry. 


Feel free to stick around for personal prayer and ministry or to mingle with new friends and perhaps go grab lunch together! 


We hope to see you soon!

what we're about

If you are new to Destiny City Church or are considering attending a Sunday Celebration service, we hope you find our church family welcoming and our collective heart for God contagious. We are a unique and authentic, fun-loving group of people drawn together by our love for Jesus and our passion for His Kingdom to be established on the earth as it is in Heaven. By the work of His Holy Spirit, we hope that these things are evident about Destiny City Church:


- We are passionately pursuing the presence of God.

- We want to be known by our love for one another. 

- And we want to spread the message of reconciliation, as Christ's ambassadors to the world.