Service Times

Sunday Morning Worship Service at 9:30 am

Education hour for kids and adults (Download) 10:45 – 11:45 am


Sunday Morning Summary of Activities:

Pastor Mark Quist
Worship Service: Every Sunday at 9:30 am

Nursery, newborn to 2 years old

Young Children’s Worship (YCW),
3 years – 2nd grade

Sunday School,
Elementary, 3 years – 4th grade
Pre-Teen, 5th – 7th grade
Teen Loft, 8th – 12th grade

Adult Download, after service discussion of the message


Sunday mornings at Crestview start as people arrive and begin connecting with each other and recapping their week. Our worship services are approximately 65 minutes long, have a time of singing, a time for children, message from the WORD and an opportunity to respond. People generally dress casual. Our musical style is contemporary, with songs written anywhere between hundreds of years ago and last month.

There is an amazing nursery for kids 2 and younger. Children 3 through 2nd grade spend the first 30 mins or so in the sanctuary and are then dismissed to their age appropriate worship centers.

Crestview offers Sunday School bible-study for middle and high school students in TEEN LOFT, (6th grade – 12th grade).

Adult Download is a time for discussion and digging deeper into the morning’s message, facilitated by the speaking pastor and open to all!

For more detailed information about the nursery, children’s worship and Teen Loft visit our Infant & Children and Middle & High School ministry pages.


Coming Up at Crestview on Sundays!

Message Schedule for August, 2018 with Pastor Mark

Belgic Confession: Why it Matters?

(Download Schedule for August, 2018)
Download is on summer recess. The Summer Neighboring Challenge Is On!

Aug 5: Belgic Confession: Why it Matters?, The Belgic Confession, Pastor Mark
Aug 12: Unhindered! The Radical Inclusive Spread of the Gospel, from the Book of Acts,Guest Speaker: Bob Westenbroek
Aug 19: Guest Speaker: Jacci Bush Psalm 127, Genesis 11 – Tower of Babel
Aug 26: Belhar Confession: Why it Matters?, The Belhar Confession, Pastor Mark