When should I come?
The worship service starts at 10:00 AM. You may come a little before so you can be greeted and make your way upstairs into the sanctuary and take a seat. If you like to settle in, there is usually music being played ten minutes ahead of the start time.
What should I wear?
We are interested in you, not how you are dressed. You will find a whole range of dress here from casual to business casual.
What should I expect in the service?
A traditional, but not formal mixture of scripture, preaching, music, and prayer. Communion is offered to all on the first Sunday of the month, and occasionally we have special services including baptisms, mission project celebrations, as well as youth and children-led services. Before entering the sanctuary, our ushers will give you a bulletin for that week’s order of service which includes prayers, hymns, announcements, and an upcoming calendar of events.
Can I bring my children?
By all means bring your kids...we love them! We all start worship together and part way into the service they leave for age appropriate ways to learn more about God, Jesus and his teachings. Check out our Children's Ministry.
Do I need to make sure I have money?
We do not require you to give money but believe you should be able to give as you can and wish. We do take a collection or "offering" to put toward our different missions, programs and upkeep of the building and staff.
Check us out on Youtube
Still want to get more of a feel for the worship service? Check out our YouTube channel
How do I enter the building?
Both the front and back door are open on Sunday mornings and there will be someone there to greet you and show you where to go. Our Sanctuary is located up the stairs at the front of the church on the second level. There is a small elevator and someone to run it to assist those who find stairs difficult.
Where do I park?
Ample parking is available at the side and back of the building which is handicap accessible.
Do I have to be baptized?
You do not need to be baptized to come and learn more about God and his son, Jesus.