If you decide to give us a try this weekend, here is some information that will be helpful:


Sunday Service: Our Sunday service begins at 10:00 AM and usually lasts about 90 minutes. Services consist of music, a sermon, prayer, and an opportunity to give.  We may also have a video segment, special music, the celebration of communion, and other engaging elements and events.  From week to week there may also be a surprise or two.


Dress: We are pretty informal here, so jeans are fine.  Of course, some will wear ties and jackets and others skirts or dresses.  We don’t mind, and they don’t mind if we are in our jeans and Skechers. 


Music: Many people want to know what the music is like.  If you enjoy K-Love or The Bridge FM then you will enjoy our music.  If Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Hillsong, Passion Worship Band or Lincoln Brewster are musicians you know and enjoy, then you will enjoy our music as we sing many of their songs.


Kids: We offer full programs for children from nursery through 6th grade every Sunday during the regular 10:00 AM service.  Please go to our kids page for a complete description of our opportunities for children.  There is also a full program for children during Sunday School at 9:00 AM.


Youth: Our students have their own youth service called Anthem on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM.  Please go to our youth page for more information on Anthem Student Ministries.  On Sunday morning, a Sunday School class is offered.


Preaching: What’s the preaching like?  We think it is good, but then we are biased.  Pastor Rick Glowacki is our lead pastor and primary communicator.  His desire is for God’s Word to impact our daily lives.  He wants to help people, no matter where they are on their faith journey, see that the Word and ways of God can make a difference in every area of life.  His style is practical, relevant, instructional, and applicable.  If you want to get a taste of the preaching, click here.



Columbus First Assembly - 2100 Tenth St - Columbus, IN 47201 - (812) 376-7833 office@columbusfirstassembly.org