Please park along the front row in one of our spots labeled for guests and visitors. If you’re coming for the 9:30 Sunday School time, please make your way to the classrooms in the education building–located on the right side of the playground when viewing the campus from the parking lot. If you’re just joining us for the 10:45 worship gathering, please come to the worship center–the doors directly in front of the visitor parking spaces.
We begin our worship service at 10:45 on Sunday morning, and it lasts approximately an hour and 15 minutes. On a typical Sunday morning, many of our members will stay after the worship service to fellowship with one another for 30-to-45 minutes. Please feel free to leave when the service is over or hang around and get to know us!
When we gather for worship, we primarily devote ourselves to a few simple things: singing, praying, reading the Bible, and observing the ordinances (baptism and the Lord’s Supper). We typically begin our service with a few songs, announcements, and a time of corporate prayer. Following these elements, a majority of the service is devoted to time for the sermon. We conclude our service by singing several more songs. On the last Sunday of every month, we participate together in observing the Lord’s Supper.
There are no special dress code requirements or expectations! Come dressed comfortably. The “typical” attire for most of our members would be considered “casual.”
Absolutely! We welcome you to bring family members of all ages. On Sunday mornings, we offer nursery care for children 5 years and younger. We believe that children are a precious gift from God and should be treated as such. With that in mind, all our volunteers who serve with children are required to complete training by MnistrySafe.
If you prefer for your children to stay with you during the worship gathering, you will find you’re not alone. Many of the children of our members join us every Sunday morning. We know that children can be restless, talkative, and inquisitive, so please don’t worry about them being a distraction!