Everyone is Welcome Here at MSC!


Whatever the reason, we’re glad you’ve decided to check out what happens at Morning Star Church. There are really two simple things you should know about us. First, we’re a community of imperfect people trying to connect to the perfect love of God. Second, we promise to meet you wherever you’re at on your spiritual journey and offer opportunities for you to take next steps. So, be yourself and know that you’re welcome here!

What To Expect?

Visiting a church for the first time can be a little intimidating. People tend to worry about what to wear and what to say… and then there’s the whole ohmagosh-what-if-they-make-me-stand-up-and-introduce-myself fear. Here’s the deal: You can totally relax at Morning Star Church. We want to meet you wherever you are – spiritually, emotionally, relationally and just about any other “-ly” you can possibly imagine. We don’t pressure or judge; we invite and encourage. For real.

Dress Code

We don't have one.  Wear what you want just make sure you feel confident in your duds!

What Are Weekend Services Like?

On Sundays, we offer identical worship services at 9 a.m and 11 a.m. Service begins with about three praise songs, led by our worship band, and is then followed by a relevant and engaging message (sermon) from one of our pastors.
The service ends with a final song and a blessing for the week.

Instead of offering Adult Sunday School on the weekends, we encourage those who make Morning Star their church home to attend one service and volunteer at one service on the weekend.

Who Attends Morning Star Church?

You’ll hear Pastor Mike say, “We are imperfect people connecting others to the perfect love of God.” What he means by this is we have no expectation of perfection. We realize everyone has stuff, and that stuff separates us from God and each other. That’s one thing we try real hard to do, meet people wherever they are and help them grow closer to Christ. So come as you are and experience the love of Christ through His people for yourself.

What Are Messages?

We prefer not to call ’em sermons because that feels too much like lecture … and we figure you get enough of those from your spouse, your dentist, that kid down the street who was just made safety monitor at his school. Messages are different: They’re shared with you, not preached at you. They’re something you can take in and chew on without feeling defensive or ashamed. And, if as if that weren’t enough, they also have meaning and relevance to your everyday life. Pretty sweet, huh?