Here's what to expect on a Sunday at Open Door...
A Warm Welcome
Whether it's a greeter at the door, one of our pastors, or just the person sitting next to you, you can expect a warm welcome at Open Door.
Our times of worship are creative and driven by the desire to experience God's presence. Our sound is current and includes well known songs as well as original music from our worship team.
Every Sunday our pastors bring a message that is founded on scripture and applicable to life. Our messages last about a half an hour.
We take communion once a month (also known as The Lord's Supper or the Eucharist). This is a sacred act of worship that Jesus began with His disciples the night before he was crucified. If you call Jesus your Savior, you are welcome to take communion with us, regardless of your church background.
Our service offically ends with the saying of a benediction - a blessing we say to each other. It goes like this:
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ
and the love of God
and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit
Be with you all
If you feel sick, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or shown symptoms for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, we ask that you do not attend our in-person services.
Face masks are required at all times and must be worn over your nose and mouth.
Gathering Sundays at 10am at the San Rafael Community Center
Open Door Kids
We believe that church should be fun - for you and your kids! When you enter our lobby you will notice a table to your left where you can sign-in your child and give us any useful information about your child's needs. Our staffed classrooms are available from 9:45am until church dismisses. Activities usually include a game, a snack, and an interactive lesson from the Bible. We hope your kids have a great time!
& YoungLife College
At Open Door we have partnered with YoungLife, WyldLife, and YoungLife College to connect with high school, middle school, and college students in Marin.
Young Life College @ DU
The perfect way to find friends and spiritual direction at Dominican University.
Wednesday Nights, 8:30-9:30pm
Siena Center, Edgehill Mansion