What To Expect

New to Hydrate?
Thank you for checking us out today! We exist to show the beautiful simplicity of following Jesus. 

FAQs

What does Hydrate believe?
We adhere to the traditional Christian teachings of Scripture. We believe that the Bible is God’s inspired Word designed to inform us and encourage as we walk with Him. We also understand that other people do not believe this. It is our desire to break down walls by having open conversations while maintaining our Biblical perspective. At Hydrate, we believe that truth alone is not enough. Jesus came embodying grace AND truth (John 1:14). Many people speak truth in hatred. We desire to speak truth in love and grace. This does not belittle the truth. It empowers the truth because people are more likely to actually listen.

For a more complete look at our beliefs click here.

What about the music?
We have a live worship team. The style of music is varied but the majority of songs are modern worship songs or modernized hymns. We even have a few original Hydrate Worship songs that we sing, too. In fact, writing is a passion of many of our team members, and we look forward to producing powerful, life-giving messages through the art of songwriting for years to come.

What to wear?
We do not have a dress code at Hydrate. Our team dresses casually (jeans, shorts, khakis, golf shirts, button downs, t-shirts and hats). We understand that dress is important and modesty is taught in scripture, but Jesus ministered to people as they came not after they met a certain standard of appearance.

Does Hydrate have a mid-week service?
We do not have a mid-week service. There are a couple of reasons for this:

  1. We have Hydrate Groups (our small groups) that meet during the week. We encourage everyone who comes to Hydrate to join a group. It is our belief that the small group sizes and varied topics will have a longer impact on individual Hydraters than another large group teaching. To learn more about Hydrate Groups please click here.
  2. We do not have a building to host a mid-week service.