SUNDAYS @ 11:00AM LIVE STREAM IN-PERSON OR ONLINE

Sundays at Nexus

You can be a part of worship at Nexus Church on Sundays either in-person or online.  Our in-person worship gatherings are currently limited to 150 people and registration is required.  When you arrive, you will find that we are doing everything possible to create a safe worship experience for all involved.  We are practicing social distancing, masks are required, and the facility is being sanitized following each gathering.
 
If you want to know what a Sunday at Nexus is like, read on!

Is there
music?

Music is an integral part of our worship! Our band leads us in worship that strives to awaken us as the body of Christ. This is a time for the church to engage our hearts and minds with God’s truth by singing to Him. Sing along if you’d like, or feel free to simply listen.

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How's the
teaching?

The message is always focused on addressing the real issues that real people face in their daily lives. You can expect to be both encouraged and challenged by Pastor Brandin and our other teaching pastors. We believe if we show up that God will speak to us and open a door for us to respond to what He has spoken to our hearts.

What about
my kids?

Nexus Kids is a ministry for kids for birth through the 5th grade. We equip and support families by providing daily resources throughout the week to enjoy together while encountering Jesus! Since we do not currently have  separated kids environments on Sunday due to COVID-19, we would encourage you to come and worship together as a family and to check out our kids resource page under the connect tab for other creative ways to nurture your kid’s faith.

Do we take
communion?

At Nexus Church communion is an integral part of corporate worship gatherings. It serves as a reminder that we all have a spot at the table as it also calls us to both remember Christ’s sacrificial death and resurrection as well as a call to embrace this for our own lives. We receive communion as a corporate body on the 1st Sunday of the month. Communion supplies are provided for in-person worship or can be picked up at each campus throughout the week located outside the main entrances.

What should
I wear?

When we gather in-person, you will find us in casual clothes! Very likely the teaching pastor will be wearing blue jeans. In fact, when the weather warms up, don’t be surprised to see lots of people in shorts. If you join us online feel free to enjoy watching in your pajamas!

Want to learn more about Nexus?

If you want to learn more about Nexus head over to our Next Steps page to learn about who we are and find ways that you can connect and serve.

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