Services last about 70 minutes and you will find an informal crowd and atmosphere. However, we have intentionally structured the music, teaching, prayer, and sacraments to reinforce the gospel and lead us in genuine worship. We celebrate communion every week to remain centered on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus as our source of hope and salvation. We typically teach through books of the Bible and always remain rooted in the gospel. The music is led by a full band and is most often a mix of hymns and modern worship songs.

You can join us at 9am and 10:45am in person or via livestream on YouTube.

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When and Where?

We have two identical services at 9am and 10:45am. Kids Ministry is available at both services for children birth-6th grade.

We meet at 3330 East Camelback Road, on the North side of Camelback in between 32nd Street and 34th Street.

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What is Service Like?

Our services are typically about 70 minutes and involve:

  • Singing. We’ll praise God and encourage each other with songs.
  • Scripture Reading. We love the Bible, so we’ll stand to read the passage that we’re studying.
  • Preaching. We’ll preach (live preaching) the unchanging truth of Scripture and seek to apply the gospel to the core concerns of our lives. (You can view our sermon archive here.)
  • Communion. We’ll celebrate the Lord’s Supper as a reminder of Jesus’ death as a sacrifice for sin.
  • Giving. We’ll give as a response to God’s grace to extend the church’s ministry to our community and world. Giving boxes are in the back or you can give online.
For Those Worshipping Online
  • Tune in about 5 minutes early to prepare to worship with us.
  • We will be celebrating communion, so please prepare some elements you can use at home. Although bread and wine (or grape juice) have traditionally been used to mark the meal, feel free to substitute whatever you have on hand to celebrate.
  • Let us know you’re here so we can help you take the next best steps here at Arcadia by filling out our online connect card.
What Should I Wear?

We hope you’ll wear whatever makes you comfortable. You’ll find plenty of people dressed casually (t-shirts, shorts, jeans) and others dressed a little snazzier (slacks, dresses, skirts). Just come as you are.

What Should I Do With My Kids?

We believe that parents are called to be the primary spiritual leaders of their children and so we strive to support them however we can. Parents are free to bring their children into the worship service or drop them off in Redemption Kids – a safe, fun, bible-centered environment for children birth-6th grade on Sunday mornings. 4th-6th graders join for the first part of our service in the Sanctuary before being dismissed just before the sermon.

We believe that teenagers are an important, integral part of the body of Christ and we value their participation in the worship service. R/Students is an environment for 6th through 12th grade students. We meet on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm in Room 8. This time includes worship, teaching, and most importantly time in our small groups led by our committed mentors who work to know, love, and center each student in their years together.

Planning to Visit?

Come to our Kids Check-In area, which is conveniently located in the lobby of our Sanctuary. One of our hosts there will help you register any children for Redemption Kids, escort you, provide as much of a tour as you desire, and help you find what you need while answering any questions. Let us know you’re coming and we’ll have somebody waiting to meet you.

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Is It Just Sundays?

Absolutely not! God is with us all week long and we aim to lead lives pleasing to him.

Classes provide an opportunity for people to gain deeper biblical knowledge and applicational wisdom in a social, interactive environment.

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Photography Credit

Many photographs of our beautiful campus used throughout this website were provided courtesy of photographer, Bill Timmerman, and architect, debartolo architects.