At Johnson Ferry, we value worship. Through the experience of corporate worship believers are encouraged as we participate in praising God through music and prayer. Christ-centered, Bible-based preaching teaches and challenges worshipers to live as committed followers of Jesus Christ. Weekly corporate worship is enhanced by individual commitment to private worship, and we challenge JFBC members to have a daily time of Bible study and prayer. It is the goal of this ministry to provide worship opportunities that are the highlight of the week for our members and guests.
Blended Traditional Services at 8:30, 9:50 & 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary
Full orchestra, our renowned Johnson Ferry Choir, a blending of traditional hymns, contemporary praise and worship songs, combined with inspired preaching for a service sometimes splendidly majestic, sometimes warm, and personal, and always meaningful.
Contemporary Services at 8:30,9:50 & 11:15 a.m. in the Activities Center
An innovative approach to worship expression at Johnson Ferry. Identical preaching will inspire you in each worship service.
Children's Worship - NOISE
At 9:50 a.m., a special worship experience that is designed for K - 3rd graders takes place in the Chapel. Singing, Bible stories, object lessons, and puppets are just a few of the fun tools we use to communicate God's Word in an exciting and captivating fashion. Please check-in at the desk. Doors open to accept children 15 minutes prior to the service time.
Messages by Bryant Wright
In all of these services, the message from the pulpit is presented in a teaching style. Usually centered in one key passage of Scripture, the sermon is always practical and applicable to daily life. Our Pastor, Bryant Wright, is committed to proclaiming the "whole counsel of God" and preaches from the Old and New Testaments. Usually, he preaches a sermon series, a group of messages around a central theme or book of the Bible. Always, the focus is on the Truth found in the Person of Jesus Christ and is uncompromising in presenting both the meaning of the original language and its contemporary application.