Join us Sunday mornings for fellowship, worship, and incredible teaching from Pastor Mark Santostefano. Our desire is that all who come to The Worship Center may encounter and experience the presence of God in our midst through worship, the Word of God, prayer, and fellowship, so that they may come away from those times changed within. Through these things, we want to equip believers to have a clearer sense of purpose and purposefulness in their lives with relation to God and others, as they are empowered by the Holy Spirit to live a dynamic life with Jesus Christ, and so impact the world around them in countless good ways. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, The Worship Center is a well-ordered Nondenominational church with a touch of the traditional. We’re a diverse people coming from all walks of life, whose lives are changed by a great and loving God. We invite you to expect to meet with God and to know Him better.
We meet for Sunday service @ 10AM in the Auditorium of RHAM High School. Parking is easy in the main lot. You’ll be welcomed by our greeters at the main entrance and be handed Sunday’s sermon outline, along with other announcements. Bring your bible, if you wish. Drop off your children in the Hope Nursery, a fully equipped daycare unit at RHAM. Grab a hot beverage and fellowship, before going in to the service. Please, no food or drink allowed in the auditorium, and we ask that children be self-controlled and accompanied by an adult at all times for their safety, and with respect to the school. Thank you.
Casual attire or Sunday best, the choice is yours. Be as comfortable and respectful as you would be in any public space.
Our music is quite diverse and consists of anything from celebratory to reflective songs with flavors of popular contemporary, rock, or traditional hymns, and some homespuns of our own making. We express thanks to God for His greatness and many kindnesses in various forms of praise like singing, joyful clapping, lifting of hands and voices, waving of colorful banners and more. Our main objective in worship is to meet with God, understanding that worship also prepares the heart to hear the message of the Word.
Tithes and offerings are done during our Offering ceremony as an act of worship. On the first Sunday of each month a separate collection is taken for Missions.
On the first Sunday of each month, we celebrate the Lord’s supper, a beautiful ceremony symbolizing God’s new Covenant of atonement and salvation for everyone through Jesus Christ. You and your family may participate with us.
NOTE: Due to the Sunday Service relocation to the school’s auditorium, every first Sunday we will now meet after service at our Timothy Hall location for both Communion and Fellowship Luncheon.
We invite you to come and explore all the different facets that make up our church life, as we discover the life of Jesus Christ together. Here are some ways you can join us in our journey…
Want to know Jesus better? The Elders and Deacons are available immediately following the Sunday service for any questions you may have. Or contact the office and you’ll be directed, according to your need.
The Fellowship Luncheon is held on the first Sunday of every month at 12:15 pm at The Worship Center, Timothy Hall, 39 Prentice Hill Rd, Hebron. It’s a great place to share a meal and get to know others on a personal level. Click here for more info.
Want to help out in a specific area within our church services? Or maybe you have a special ability you think we can use. Let us know! There are many ways for you to get involved and there’s always a need. Visit the Hospitality page to learn more.
Life Groups are a great opportunity to grow in your relationship with God and with others. Through studying the Bible, serving, and praying together, life groups help believers find the mutual support, practical love, and encouragement to grow their faith in Christ. Visit the Life Groups page to learn more.