What to Expect

We are so excited you are thinking of joining us at CityLight. Below you’ll find the schedule, a video with some helpful insight for your first Sunday, and lower on the page you’ll find everything you need to know if you are bringing kids, plus our vision!


9:30 – Free Coffee and Snacks!

9:45 – Main Room Doors Open

10-10:30 – Singing
If you’d like to listen to the songs we normally
play check out this Spotify playlist.

10:30-11:00 – Message

11:00-11:15 – Response Time

11:30-12:30 – Starting Point (optional)

CityLight Kids!

Kids Check In

We have check-in stations for CL Kids (by the library) where you will check in your nursery, tots and elementary aged children. At each station a volunteer will help you register your kid(s). This will involve gathering some basic information.

Once registration is complete, each of your children will receive a label that they will wear and you will receive a parent label for pick up.

Finally, because we take your child’s safety seriously, we will not allow anyone without a background clearance into our kids’ areas. If you need to pick up your child during the service, please speak to a volunteer for help.

Where Should My Kids Go After Check-In?

CityLight Nursery and Tots: Drop off before or anytime during the service.

CityLight Younger Elemntary (K-3rd): Drop off before the service.

CityLight Older Elementary (4th-5th): Kids will stay with parents in the main room for worship, and then head to their own small group for a lesson and snack.

Our Story



A couple of years ago, a small group of us began meeting as a service in our “sending church.” Soon after we launched this new church! We came together around a common desire to:

SEEK: create a place where people who want to learn more about Jesus can gather Рno matter their church background or faith experience.

LOVE: to create a community where friends can be made, and growing in faith in Jesus can be encouraged and promoted.

CARE: to establish a core value of caring for those in need spiritually, physically, and emotionally in our surrounding community.