Worship Services: 

Sunday 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 

Our Weekend Worship services are the cornerstone events that bring all of Gateway’s people together. Our goal on the weekend is quite simple—to give you an opportunity to connect with God. We hope you will come worship with us soon.

A typical worship service consists of a time of worship music, some announcements, maybe a video, and a teaching time usually presented by our Lead Pastor, Bob Barnes.

Our praise and worship time is designed to help each of us focus our hearts and minds on God. We use a blend of mostly contemporary music with occasional hymns presented in a contemporary style.

We frequently use short video presentations when appropriate and fitting to the message or worship. They include testimonies, prayers, sketches, and teaching-helps.

Our teaching is usually presented as a verse-by-verse journey through a book of the Bible or sometimes in a short series format addressing either a timely topic or smaller portion of the Bible. Every message is designed to help you connect with God through an increased understanding of who he is and what he says to us through his word, the Bible. Join us this coming weekend for worship: On Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Worship Teams

Our Worship Teams are made up of volunteer musicians, vocalists and technicians who attend Gateway. They are extremely dedicated people who use the gifts that God has given them to lead our church family in worship. They range in skill level and age but they all have one thing in common – using their gifts to help lead others into God's presence.

On any given weekend you might see anything from a small group of just guitars and vocal leaders to a full band with piano, drums, bass, guitars and other instruments.

It is our desire to work together in unity and creativity  help people take a step closer to God through engaging, life-changing worship.

If you are interested in being a part of one of our Worship bands or technical teams, please contact our Worship Pastor, Scott Pousche. (835-2153).