At Cito, a large part of why we exist as a church is to worship God and we love to create opportunities for people to experience different types of worship. 
At Cito, we aren't interested in perfect worship or a certain type or style of music. What we are interested in is providing opportunities to connect and encounter God.
At Cito, we love when each person feels free to move, express themselves, and we encourage each and every person to willingly move with the Spirit as He directs in our worship of Jesus Christ. 
At Cito, we offer two weekly worship services in which to experience God. The first Saturday night of every month a unique non-traditional worship service is offered and we also gather together to celebrate special events (such as Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and Christmas Eve). 

First Service

9:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings, our foundation service offers a unique way to connect with God via a blending of traditional and contemporary elements of worship. Worship includes opportunities to share prayer requests and personal experiences of God with the congregation as well as time for a young disciples (i.e. children's) message. It is our goal and focus that this service - like each and every opportunity we provide during worship - might enable each and every person to connect and grow more deeply through their worship of Jesus. 

Second Service

11:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings, our Encounter service offers an opportunity to connect with God through a non-traditional service with awesome music. We encourage children to worship with us during the service or, if their parents prefer, we offer a children's church that intentionally and thoughtfully engages children in their own growth and understanding of God.


"A person will worship something, have no doubt about that. We may think our tribute is paid in secret in the dark recesses of our hearts, but it will come out. That which dominates our imaginations and our thoughts will determine our lives, and our character. Therefore, it behooves us to be careful what we worship, for what we are worshipping, we are becoming."                                                
    - Ralph Waldo Emerson