Guest Experience


“Walk Through” a Revolution Sunday Morning Experience:
When you arrive at our new location on the northwest corner of Vandiver and Providence in the McKnight Plaza, the best place to park is on the south side of the parking lot.  At the entrance you will find one or two smiling faces that will confirm you are at the right place.  Upon entering the building you will be warmly received by a few more members of our Guest Connections team.  They will take you to the auditorium, Kids 360 area, bathroom, or help you locate a mutual friend.

Being There

If you are in the auditorium by the official start time of 10:00 am, you get a little extra in your Sunday experience.  One of the Revolution Band members might be unveiling a new original song, a Partner might be sharing something amazing God has done for them, or there could be something really funny that’s worth mentioning.

Praise and worship typically begins around 10:00am.  The music at Revolution might be loud to some, quiet to others, but we find it’s just right for most folks.  Earplugs are available if you have any concerns about volume.  You will be encouraged to participate, but not coerced.  Sometimes the entire service becomes a praise worship experience, but it’s never forced.  Our aim is to follow closer to the Holy Spirit than the “map” we have made.

After praise and worship, we usually have some time to encourage and pray for one another.  Again, participation in this is not mandatory.  We want you to feel empowered to pray if you like, but also welcome to casually observe.

Sometimes we have a few announcements that are typically followed by collecting tithes and offerings.  In regards to tithes and offerings, we don’t believe in high-pressure salesmanship or any attempt to create an atmosphere that would rob a person of the joy of giving.  Don’t even sweat that.  Give as you believe you are lead to give.

The messages you will hear preached at The Revolution Church will be practical but prophetic, or as we call it, “naturally supernatural”.  We want to take the Word of God and put it into practice in our daily lives.  That takes a lot of repetition and a lot of encouragement.  You’ll find that in our messages.


When you are dismissed, there will be some kind of “call to action” that will give you something specific to apply to your week.  There will be an opportunity to meet a few people and possibly spark new friendships and relationships.  If you enjoyed your visit, we want you to come back for more.  If you have questions, we are happy to answer.  If you are ready to partner with us, we are ready for you to get involved.