Whether you grew up in church or if you've never been, a service at Abba's House is unlike what you might expect. No matter where you've been, no matter what you've done, you are welcome at Abba's House.
Abba is the word for "Daddy" in Aramaic. Jesus referred to God as "Abba" in the Garden of Gethsemane. Just as the father was waiting on the porch to welcome the prodigal son home, so is God, our heavenly Father, waiting with open arms for all who will run to Him.
A typical Sunday service will generally include a time of praise and worship, a message by Pastor Ron Phillips, and ministry time, where we will pray for your needs.
There are small group bible studies that meet before the service at 9:15 a.m. called LifeGroups. Small groups are a great way to get to know others. Visitors are always welcome to join a small group. Click here to learn about the LifeGroups at Abba's House.
The dress is casual. While some people wear suits and dresses, others come in casual attire. However you come, you are welcome at Abba's House!