New Joy Community Church

6200 W 41st Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
(570) 763-9569

Joyful Worship
Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

Sing songs, pray and listen to a message. Participate at your own level of comfort. Whether that means sharing prayer requests for the group to hear, singing loudly or sitting silently. Everyone worships in different ways. You will be welcomed, but not singled out.

We believe you’ll enjoy the casual, relaxed atmosphere that is the heart of New Joy Community Church. Joyful Worship is no exception. Bring your refreshments and drinks with you. It’s expected! Cup empty during worship? No problem! Go ahead, get a refill.

All information, words to music, etc, is on the large screen. Joyful Worship generally follows a pattern something like this: Opening music/singing time is followed by updates and prayer. A little more music and then the message is given. A closing prayer and music brings Joyful Worship to a close

The music on Sunday morning is contemporary praise music  It’s generally very upbeat and energetic, but now and then, something a little quieter, more reflective is also included.

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