What to Expect
Legacy Church is a place where people of all stages of faith are welcome. Please don’t feel any pressure to pretend to have it all together or be something that you are not. Whether you have known Christ for decades or you come as a skeptic investigating who Jesus is, our hope is that you will find both the love and challenge of Christ presented in a thoughtful and compelling manner.
We organize our worship gatherings by putting to use various components of worship found in the Scriptures including; prayer, singing, reading and preaching the Bible, the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper), and the giving of offerings.
‘Liturgy’ is a church word for the order of the worship service. Every church has a liturgy of some form, whether or not it’s talked about.
Every week our God tells us the good news that Jesus saves sinners and shapes us into a new people for His glory and the good of the world.
The liturgy at Legacy Church is a way of telling the gospel story. Our liturgy is the good news that by His grace Jesus Christ saves sinners like us from death to life. This is the story of God making all things good, the world and humanity turning against him, and God’s persistent counter-conditional love rescuing his people through His Son, Jesus Christ, who offers forgiveness to all who call on His name and is making all things new in himself.
Service Times: 9am and 11am
714 E. Sunset Dr.
Bellingham, WA 98225
What about children?
We love children! More than just babysitting, we seek to teach our children about Jesus and help them grow to love and follow him.
During the worship service we have children’s discipleship classes (including nursery) that are a safe place for children to participate in age appropriate learning. We dismiss the all our classes partway through the service and encourage parents to view the time together in the service with their children as an opportunity for discipleship as well. We love that our children observe and participate in corporate worship as part of the community. If this is your first time joining us, we recommend that you come roughly ten minutes early in order to have plenty of time for the check in process. Of course if you would rather keep your kids with you for the duration of the worship service, you are more than welcome to do so as well.
What should I wear?
Our worship gatherings are pretty casual. Some people dress up, while many others simply wear jeans and a t-shirt. Our belief is that God cares much more about the condition of our hearts than our external appearance. When you visit, please feel free to dress however you feel comfortable.