What to Expect

Expect a Different Kind of Church

Expecting a long, boring sermon? A message that seems disconnected from the real world and your life? People who act one way on Sunday and another the rest of the week?
Think again.


Contemporary, engaging worship and a message from God’s Word that’s as relevant as today’s headlines. That’s what you can expect when you visit Tab Church this Sunday.

Come as you are and join us as we learn more about God, and develop a community of people who care about one another and the neighborhoods around them. You’ll be welcome regardless of whether you are still searching and or have been walking with God for years. Listed below are some of the questions people frequently ask.

Frequently Asked Questions

We want you to be comfortable, so wear what is comfortable to you. Tab Church is pretty casual actually. You’ll notice even the Pastors often wear khaki’s and short sleeve shirts when speaking, but if you are from a more traditional background you’re also welcome to wear your Sunday best.

The worship gathering at Tab is a vibrant, high-energy experience based on God’s Word. The music has a current sound that declare the timeless truths of Scripture.

The message is designed to help understand how the truth of God’s Word is relevant to world we live in daily.

All parts of the service have the goal of helping people to know and respond to Jesus.

Yes, we have nursery for children from birth to age 2. We have fun and exciting classes and programs for ages 3 through the teen years. Check out our Children’s Ministry section for more information.

Yes, we have nursery for children from birth to age 2, and special programs for ages 3 through the teen years. Check out our Children’s Ministry section and our Student Ministry section for more information.

As our guest, we want you to feel free to let the offering plates pass by. If you want to make a gift, know that we will use your donation to further the ministries of Tab Church.

Regular attendees are encouraged to faithful stewards of the resources that God has put in their care and to support the ministries of the church.