FIRST TIME HERE?
If this would be your first time visiting us or perhaps you have attended Maranatha in the past, not only will you receive a warm welcome when you attend but you are truly loved here. Maranatha is filled with warm, friendly people just like yourself! We have great contemporary worship music and teachings that are Biblical and relevant for today. Upon entering our parking facility, you will be greeted by parking ushers that will direct you where to park.
Once you enter the main facility, you will receive a warm greeting and handshake by one of our friendly greeters. If you are bringing children with you, we have an excellent Children’s Church for ages 3-11 as well as, programs for teens ages 12-17. We also have a nursery room for parents with newborns and toddlers to comfortably enjoy the service together.
For convenience and fellowship with others, we have a bookstore and coffee shop inside the main facility. Warm food items are also available after each service as well.
Our information booth located at the main lobby is hosted by a friendly staff member that will answer any question
HOW SHOULD I DRESS?
At Maranatha, we are not here to decide how anyone should look or dress. God’s Word clearly teaches us that God only cares about our hearts, not what we wear (1 Samuel 16:7). Therefore, you are just as welcome if you like to dress up or dress down. We always look forward to seeing you here.
Our services last approximately 2 hours each. We begin our services with prayer and this is followed by 3-4 praise songs. Next, we will have announcements that inform you of what is taking place in Maranatha followed by receiving an offering. We will have another 2-3 worship songs leading to the message. Pastor Eric Soto will give challenging teachings on Sundays that are designed not only to help us understand the Bible but how we are to live it in today’s world (speakers vary on services so please visit Services for schedules.) Afterward, there is an altar call for prayer & worship then the service closes with a prayer.