We’re pleased that you are considering a visit to Acts II Ministries. The information below will give you an idea of what to expect when you visit. Our prayer is that when you visit you will encounter God as you engage with his people.
We have off street parking all around our building, including handicap spaces. Our front entrance is accessible.
When you visit you will be greeted by one of our hostesses. If you arrive between 9:30 and 10:00 you are welcome to join us for prayer in the sanctuary. The hostesses will provide you with a welcome flyer and, if you have children between 18 months and 12 years old, they will give you directions to the appropriate classrooms. Our Sunday Celebration is from 10:00 a.m. until around noon and children can enjoy graded activities from 9:45 until service is dismissed.
Our nursery is located near the front door and is available for parents to use during our services.
What to Wear
Many people aren’t sure what to wear when they visit. We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so wear what you’re comfortable wearing. You will see a variety of dress, but most regular attendees will be dressed business casual or in their “Sunday best”.
Guests of Acts II Ministries are invited to enter into a heartfelt celebration and worship of our King that encourages freedom of expression and Biblical praise. Our focus is not on programs, people, or formality but on the Savior. We invite everyone to worship God with us in the way they feel comfortable. Here are some Biblical examples of worship you will observe in our services:
Thirty minutes before each service everyone is invited to participate in a time of prayer, in the church auditorium. This is in keeping with our goal to make God a priority in our services.
You will hear us praying aloud as in Acts 4:24 “..they lifted up their voice to God with one accord..”
Sharing Prayer Requests
As the body of Christ, we ministry to each other, as in 1 Thessalonians 5:11 “… comfort yourselves together, and edify one another..”
Clapping, Lifting Hands, and Singing
We worship vibrantly and expressively, as the Bible teaches.
- “Clap your hands…” Psalms 47:1
- “…lifting up holy hands…” I Timothy 2:8
- “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.” Psalms 98:4
During worship, you will hear a variety of instruments as in Psalms 150, “…praise Him with…the trumpet…the tambourine…the dance.. stringed instruments..cymbals..”
Praying for Healing
Are you sick? We follow New Testament teaching in praying for Divine healing. James 5:14 “Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord.”