Whether you are just visiting or looking to stay, it is great to have you with us.

What To Expect

The only thing we ask you to do is relax. You are with people just like you. If you have been here many times or never been to Church before, you can anticipate an encouraging and enlightening experience.

No Strings Attached

If you are a guest with us today, please don’t feel you need to give any money in the offering. This service is our gift to you. If you are a Christ-follower, we invite you to offer your tithes to God.

Open Arms is a church of vision committed to sharing Jesus’ message of love and salvation to all people. Our services are designed to be relevant and meaningful. The use of music, drama and media are a big part of the way we share God’s Word.

Each week people gather together in LIFE Groups and ministry areas which are great ways to find real relationships in the wider community.

Whatever your circumstances—single, married, single again, with or without children— no matter where you’ve been or what’s happened in your life, you are welcome here.

Are you having one of those days?

We have a trained member of our God Answers Prayer (GAP) team to pray with you in the front right corner of the sanctuary at the 9am Service during communion.

Serving Opportunities

We want to connect you with serving opportunities to use the gifts God has given you. We have a wide variety of opportunities available. Pick up an “Opportunities to Serve” Brochure and see where you would like to serve.

We currently have openings for:
Ushers
Chair Set Up Team

Contact Bev Conry for more info at (734) 699-5000

Your Next Steps

There are many ways to get connected and involved at Open Arms. What’s your next step: take CLASS 101? join a LIFE Group?
Contact office for questions (734) 699-5000

Are you new and want to know more?

Pick up a CLASS information brochure which explains the three important things at Open Arms Worship—Life Group—Serving

CLASS 101—Serving People
CLASS 201—Sharing Jesus
CLASS 303—Sending Servants who make disciples