The Worship Center offers three weekend worship services – Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. and Sundays at 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. While adults and parents are in their services, babies through pre-K can enjoy Waumba Land, or Kindergarten through 5th grade students can participate in FUEL Service – environments specifically designed for kids where they sing songs, play games, and most importantly learn how much God loves them and wants to be a part of their life.
Older students meet on Sunday nights at 5:30 p.m. for grades 6th through 8th for SPIN Service, and grades 9th through 12th meet at 7 p.m. for REVO Service. Both of these services have a live band for worship, participate in games and challenges, and receive dynamic teaching from Pastor Chris Weiss.
The center also has Mpact Girls Ministries and Royal Rangers for Boys for students Kindergarten through 12th grade on Wednesday nights at 6:45 p.m. These mentorship environments are not just about earning badges and pins by completing different projects and challenges, but these students learn how to make God-honoring choices by knowing God’s truth.
One of the things worship center staff strongly believe in is community, which is why the center has community groups (or some refer to them as small groups or cell groups) where a group of 10 to 12 people meet at a home or coffee shop on a regular basis to fellowship, study the Bible, pray and simply do life together.
On Sept. 22 and 23, the worship center is kicking off a huge five-week sermon series titled, “30 days to live.” The program will be exploring the idea of what a person’s life would look like if they only had 30 days to live, taking Jesus’ example of focus, priorities, and passion. In addition to the vital weekend teaching participants will receive from three of the pastors to live urgently, focus fully, love completely, serve humbly, and leave boldly; plus 30 new “experience” groups. Organizers don’t want participants to simply be a part of a community group but want them to experience the group. Whether participants want to have a lot of different people in their group or just simply want to grab a couple of coworkers over lunch and talk about what it would be like to only have 30 days to live, a DVD and study guide for anyone to pick up and have a group with – no leadership training required. People can take the five weekly challenges and use them to make their life and the lives of those around them even better for God.
Everyone is invited to join any weekend, but especially for the brand new series coming up in September.
For more information: www.oneworship.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/worshipcenteralamogordo.