What to Expect

Assembly of God

A Warm Welcome

 At Highway Tabernacle, you will be greeted warmly as soon as you walk through the door. You will also find several people who will be more than happy to assist you if you are looking for  a Sunday School classroom for yourself or your children, a restroom, the main sanctuary, etc.


An Encouraging Message

 The messages that you will hear at Highway are meant to reveal Jesus. They will be encouraging, practical messages, which will help us with everyday life, and they will be messages which emphasize “For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him.” (John 3:17)

Highway Tabernacle Assembly of God |  235 Hudson Avenue, Mechanicville, NY 12118 | (518) 664-4442

Offering

 At some point during the service, an offering will be taken. Visitors are not expected to give in these offerings. Each offering is an opportunity for people who call Highway their church home to worship God in Biblical giving and to share in the work of the ministry.

Children's Ministry

 If you choose to come for Sunday School at 9:30 am, you will find that there is a class for every age. All of our teachers and workers are screened and qualified, as we work hard to insure that all students will be well taught, have fun, and are safe. During the 10:30 am service, there is something that we call “Children’s Church,” which takes place in the fellowship hall, and is for children ages 3-12. This will include Bible lessons, videos, puppets, crafts, snacks, music, and games.

Contemporary Music

The service will include a time of  music in which a worship leader will lead the congregation in singing contemporary worship songs. There will be times when we praise God with singing, clapping, and lifting our hands. Some may bow or kneel before the Lord, while at other times someone may dance before the Lord. Worship styles will reflect the spectrum of personalities with some being quiet and reserved, while others shout with joy. No sincere worshipper need feel out of place at Highway Tabernacle.