We know how desperately we need to meet with God and the people of God in the middle of the week. For this reason, we have made this service a unique, encouraging, and spiritual hour. The format is a bit more casual than Sunday morning, and the preaching more conversational.
Each service usually includes worship, a brief sermon, corporate prayer, and a testimony about something that God is doing in our church.
The Midweek Gathering was created primarily out of a desire for spiritual awakening in our church. We believe that a spiritual awakening is a sovereign act of God. God chooses when and where he will send revival, but the history of the church shows that God acts where the conditions are right. For this reason, the Midweek Gathering seeks to prepare the people of God for a great work of God.
This service follows a pattern of spiritual awakening seen throughout the Bible and the history of the church. The pattern is focus, fullness, and fulfillment. The service exists to focus on God. We come together to humble ourselves before God, acknowledge our need for God, get right with God, and seek the manifest presence of God—in order to experience the fullness of all that God has for us. The ultimate goal of the service is that we might fulfill all that God has for us to do.