Count Me In

There's a Place for You Here

Whether you’ve been attending for a little while or for a few years, whether you’ve got a few questions about us, or you’re ready to call Worship Center your church home, there's a place for you here! The best next step we recommend is for you to attend a three-part orientation we call Count Me In.

Dates for August's CMI class are August 7, 14, and 21.


Who is Count Me In for?

Count Me In is for anyone -- whether you've been coming for a few weeks or a few years! If you're looking for a way to get connected, but you're not sure how to take that step, come to Count Me In. Or maybe you aren't quite ready to join our church, but you want to find out more. This is the perfect way for you to learn what we believe and what we're passionate about. Wherever you're at in your journey, you're welcome here!


If you have trouble registering for a class, or if you have further questions about Count Me In, contact Heather Bivins.

What We Believe

At Worship Center, we use a variety of methods to communicate. But to us, the message we communicate is unchanging. These truths - what we believe - are so important to us that we endeavor, in all that we say and do, to reflect them.


There is one true, holy God, eternally existing in three equal persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He has demonstrated his power, wisdom, and goodness by creating the world and everything in it.

The Bible

The Bible is the inspired Word of God, revealing the will of God. These writings are without error and the final authority on all matters of faith and how it is lived out. The Bible is the sole basis of our beliefs.


Man was created good and upright in the image of God. Because man sinned he was separated from God. His only hope of redemption is in Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Every person is God’s masterpiece, uniquely created with a purpose that can only be realized through a personal relationship with Jesus.


Jesus Christ came to the earth, was born of a virgin, fully God and fully man, and lived a life without sin. He voluntarily gave his life on the cross as the ultimate sacrifice for our sins, bringing God’s plan of salvation to all who trust in him alone. After his physical death, Jesus rose from the dead and ascended into heaven as the only intercessor between God and man. He promises to personally return to earth to fulfill the eternal plan of God.


All of scripture points to God’s plan of salvation. Salvation is a free gift from God available to everyone who accepts it. Through Christ’s death and resurrection, God provided salvation for the spirit, healing for the soul and body, and forgiveness of sins.

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is present in the world, convicting every person of their need for Jesus. Believers receive the gift of the Holy Spirit at the time of salvation, helping them live a life of Christ-like character. The baptism of the Holy Spirit empowers believers to be a witness to those around them and brings a deeper realization of their spiritual gifts and the boldness to pursue them. The spiritual gifts that were evident in the early Church are available for us today to encourage and build the Body of Christ.


God created man to exist forever. Man will either spend his eternal existence with God through forgiveness and salvation or separated from God because of sin. Eternal union with God is heaven. Eternal separation from God is hell. Heaven and Hell are actual places of eternal existence.

The Church

We believe the church is vital to bringing hope and healing to the world. The local expression of the Church is wherever believers gather for worship, prayer, fellowship, and the teaching of God’s Word; observe baptism and communion as established by Jesus Christ, and serve others with their God-given talents and gifts. The church is a group of diverse people, each one with a story, called to work together in love and unity to make disciples for the ultimate purpose of glorifying God.