New Sounds … Same Savior.
The methodology may have evolved, but our love for Jesus remains the same. The biggest change with a contemporary service versus traditional service (like the one mom used to drag you to on Sundays) is the atmosphere. Traditional services are often held in a traditional sanctuaries with instruments such as the organ, piano, and maybe some brass.
In a contemporary service, the space is often more modern feeling (bigger, more open) and often looks like an auditorium or theater. Music is often highlighted by guitars, keyboards and drums, with song selection likely to come from some of the latest hits on contemporary Christian radio.
Our contemporary services take place in our largest space on campus (Wesley Hall) and feature our Worship Band led by Abbey Mink. John Miles delivers the message at 8:30 and 9:45. Casey Turner leads the 11:11 Elevation service