Cana is unashamed of the mission the Lord Jesus has given us. Our purpose is to be a remade people, formed from death to eternal life, and then to reclaim our broken neighborhoods with the same truth about Jesus that remade us. You will hear about salvation in Jesus when you are here. Perhaps you want to hear the message now?
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WHAT TO WEAR
There is no dress code but most people wear business casual. The pastor does not even wear a tie. Some will be in short sleeves. Most will be in pants or longer skirts.
WHERE TO PARK AND ENTER
Guest parking is marked on the South Entrance of the church. Watch for the flags. Other signs will point you to marked parking spaces. A greeter will guide you from your car to the welcome area. We have coffee and can direct you where you are going.
Here is the map of the church you might find useful as well. A guide will be happy to help you find a life group if you wish.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Cana is an independent church with a baptist heritage that holds to the Baptist Faith and Message of 2000. That means the church is focused on what the Bible teaches. Messages and instruction are from the Bible. If you have a Bible, bring it. If you do not have a Bible, we will gladly give you one when you are here. Follow the links to understand our affiliations better.
- Southern Baptist Convention
- Southern Baptist of Texas Convention
- Southwest Metroplex Baptist Association
- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
WHAT THE EXPERIENCE IS LIKE
Cana sings a blend of new songs and old. The 9:15am service is more traditional. The 10:45am service is band led. Both are focused on exalting Christ Jesus. Preaching lasts for about 40 minutes and corporate and private prayer are a large part of that time. While you are never on the spot, we want you to sing, learn, and respond to what God may be doing. We believe Christ presides over the congregational meeting.