8:45am Worship - a contemporary service
A service melding the newest choruses and hymns in a diversity of musical styles all led by our ensemble team of band, strings, woodwinds, and more. What to expect.
10:30am Worship in the Sanctuary - a vibrant-traditional service
SBPC's classic, vibrantly traditional worship service with our 70+ voice choir, organ, and soloists leading the congregation in hymns and spiritual songs. What to expect.
10:30am Worship in Debin Hall - a contemporary service
A service melding the newest choruses and hymns in a diversity of musical styles all led by our ensemble team of band, strings, woodwinds, and more. There will be a live message and and extended gathering and community time.
11:30am Worship - a Hispanic service
An authentic and community rich spanish-speaking service held in the chapel. This service is led by Pastor Juan-Daniel Espitia. What to expect.
Why do we gather in worship services?
Our primary place of worship is in community. We gather as the people of God as the psalmist says, "I was glad when they said 'let us go up to the house of the Lord.'" We are a worshipping people, gathered to praise God, acknowledge our need for his grace, proclaim his word, and be sent into the world for service. Our worship will be marked by authenticity, diversity, and passion. Authenticity is being real, transparent, vulnerable before God and each other. Diversity is the multiplicity of expressions in the body of Christ--spiritual maturity, experience, language, color, gender, culture, age, and education. Our leadership and styles communicate variety in the body of Christ and the creativity of the God we worship. Passion is the fire of our worship, the fuel that expresses itself in true enthusiasm, devotion, and commitment.
While we place great value in community and everyone belonging to the whole church, we also provide three distinct worship cultures every Sunday. Attend the service where you will experience God in a way that is most meaningful for you.