Sunday Mornings

What to expect

What's going to happen?

Upon entering Delta Church on a Sunday morning you will be promptly greeted with a warm handshake and a friendly "Hello" from one of our greeters. You will see a small station with hot coffee under a slideshow of upcoming events. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and head into the auditorium to find a seat. At 10:15 am the worship musicians and singers will make their way to the platform and lead us in a time of singing worship together. Most of the songs are focused on or toward God and we have found them to be helpful to worship God together. A song or two into this part you will be given a chance to meet a few people and shake a few hands. A little later on there will be time for prayer. The form of this section is not set, so it can look different from Sunday to Sunday. After the singing, you will here some announcement about upcoming events. We will then give everyone an opportunity for giving worship. People come forward, we pray, and then you have an opportunity to give. But don't feel any pressure if you are visiting. There is absolutely no pressure or expectation. For those who want to give, this is just a way we choose to be obedient to God and give back to His Kingdom. After this, one of our pastors will then share a Biblically based message and we will wrap up with one last song. 

It is our hope that you enjoy your morning with us and hope to see you again soon! 

 

If you would like to familiarize yourself with some of the songs you might hear, here is a list of some of our most commonly played.

This Is Amazing Grace                      Extravagant

What a Beautiful Name                     Good Good Father

Great Are You Lord                          Greater Than All   

Cornerstone                                    How Great is Our God

King of My Heart                             Our God

How Deep the Father’s Love For Us   Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)

Revelation Song                              Christ Is Enough

At the Cross (Love Ran Red)             Ever Be

It is Well