We're so glad that you decided to check out our website. In today's technology-driven society, we know that our web presence is often what makes our first impression on a visitor. We try to provide more than just a lot of information on our website. We want to give you a glimpse into who we are and answer many of your questions. Even with that, there is nothing like meeting people face-to-face. Our hope is that you'll not only check our website out, but that you'll come visit us this Sunday at 9:00am or 10:30am. Come grab a cup of coffee, meet some friendly people, and see what makes us who we are.
What should I wear to church on Sunday morning?
Whatever is comfortable. You'll see ties, T-shirts, dresses, and jeans. We're not particular.
Do I need to bring a Bible?
We have Bibles here, but if you like to scribble in the margins, please bring your own. We use the New Living Translation.
Are you going to make me stand up and introduce myself?
No. We have a little card in the bulletin where you can mark that you are visiting. If you leave your address, we’ll mail you a nice welcome letter.
What do my kids do during the service?
What if I have a kid older than 5th grade?
During the school year, middle schoolers have Sunday school from 10:30-11:30am. High schoolers attend the service.
What do I do when I get there?
We have greeters and ushers in the lobby who can help with any questions you have. Someone will direct you to the children’s check-in desk if you have kids to check into Sunday school. Also, please pick up a gift bag at the Welcome Center as our gift to first time visitors.
Do you have stuff going on during the week?
Almost every day. Throughout the week we have different activities geared to most age groups.
My question isn’t here. Who can I contact?