Visiting a church worship service for the first time can be awkward.
Here's what you can expect at Glorieta.
We will make much of Jesus.
Everything about our hour of worship on Sunday morning is designed to glorify Jesus and to edify His church. All the music and preaching helps us to fulfill our mission to make growing followers of Jesus through our Upward relationship with God.
We want you to feel welcome.
No matter who you are, we want you to feel welcome at our worship services so that you might be able to hear and respond to the gospel of Jesus.
Visiting our 9:30am Core Classes? You will be greeted at The RoundAbout, our welcome center and missions lobby. Grab a coffee and let us help you get connected with a class.
Visiting our 10:30am worship? You will be greeted at the front doors of our sanctuary by friendly faces ready to welcome you into our service.
We are multi-generational.
One of the first things that you will notice about Glorieta is that we are multi-generational. God has blessed our church family with followers of Jesus from every generation. From the moment you walk into our service, you will see old and young, serving and worshiping together.
We pursue intergenerational worship.
We have chosen a style that best allows our multi-generational church family to worship together. If you visit a service, you will notice a mix of contemporary and traditional songs all set to a singable style and all magnifying the name of Jesus. Intergenerational worship allows us to minimize our preferences in order to maximize our King!
What should I wear?
If you come to a service at Glorieta, you will notice different styles of dress. The important thing is that you are here! Come as you are.
Where is Glorieta?
Why the name "Glorieta"?
When our church decided on a name almost 63 years ago, the people settled on the name "Glorieta" after the conference center in New Mexico with the same name that had just opened its doors. "Glorieta" is a Spanish word that means "traffic circle". Over 60 years later, our church is finding vision in our name.