We are so glad you are checking us out! Thank you for visiting our website, we would love to meet you!
We invite you to visit a Sunday service, a small group, or attend an event. As you plan your visit, here are a few things you may want to know.
We are a gathering of real people (with real problems), a growing community of Christ-followers in real relationships with one another. We do not have it all figured out, and we would love to journey together with you to learn about God and determine His desire for each of our lives.
To find out basic information about Who we are, and What we believe, visit the About Us tab and browse through the links that pop up on the left. If you have any questions, we would love to meet with you, so please contact one of the pastors and meet with them over a cup of coffee.
What to expect:
When you visit HermNaz you can expect to find people just like you. If you visit on a Sunday morning you can expect to be warmly greeted at the door, and presented with a printed program so that you can easily connect. Dress is casual or whatever is comfortable for you. If you have children, a greeter will guide you to the nursery or Children's department, all staffed by screened, trained workers who will take great care of your kids. The Children's church and pre-school kids are dismissed from the main service. Kids are welcome to remain in the service and children's worship bulletins are available every Sunday for those kids who do.
We have our main service on Sunday morning at 10:30 in the Worship Center. If you show up a little early, we would welcome you to join us for coffee and donuts in the Overflow. If you are not sure where that is located just ask one of the friendly greeters for directions and they will assist you. As you wait for the service to start, feel free to enjoy the musing, read about upcoming events, drink your coffee from the Overflow, and complete as much information as you feel comfortable sharing on the Connection card in your program. This card can be placed in the offering bag or given to a greeter as you exit.
First of all, you won't be pointed out or made to feel uncomfortable in any way. When the service begins you can expect your worship experience to include music and singing, prayer, giving, Scripture reading and teaching--all as an act of intentional Christ-centered worship. As you feel comfortable, please feel free to join us in any of these ways as we encounter God together.
The sermons are presented as a topical teaching, mixed with humor and delivered with the promise that what you hear on Sunday will be applicable throughout the upcoming weeks.
We look forward to your visit and meeting with you.