We would love to welcome you on Sunday morning.

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions.

How can I attend your services?

You can join us indoors or online every Sunday morning at 10:00am. For the indoor service, please RSVP each week for all adults and children that will attend. You can find those links on our homepage or in the event listing. The online service is available on facebook or YouTube. 

We're also live online on Tuesdays at 9:00pm for quick message of encouragement, which we call @9. That is available on Facebook or Youtube.

What is your service like?

During our Sunday services, you'll find contemporary worship music, prayer, teaching of God's Word, and a message of hope. 

What do the kids do?

We can't wait to meet your family! At this time, babies through age 2 may use the nursery with a caregiver during the worship service. The nursery is equipped with a video monitor to listen to the service live. Children age 3 through 5th grade may attend classes run by our wonderful team of volunteers in Fellowship Hall. Masks are required the entire time. Please remember to RSVP each week for each child that will attend the worship service and/or children's classes.

Typically, children are welcome to stay with parents or go to their classrooms during the service. Babies through age 2 are cared for in the nursery, which opens before the service at 9:45am. Children age 3 through 5th grade join parents in the church service for the first 15 minutes, and are then dismissed to classrooms. Children in 6th grade and older are invited to remain in church with parents, or may volunteer in the classrooms with the younger children.

The safety and well being of your children is very important to us. All children attending class must be signed in at one of our computer kiosks. A member of our Welcome Team will be at the computer to assist you. You will receive a nametag with an additional pick up tag with a unique code for each family. Our Children's Ministry wing is safe and secure during services. All volunteers are interviewed and background checked prior to serving with children. Our classrooms always have teams of 2 or more volunteers in each class.

What do I wear?

Come as you are! You'll find that most people in our church wear casual, informal clothing. Whether you're in jeans and sneakers or a suit and tie, you're welcome to worship with us. 

Where do I park?

When you pull into the parking lot, a volunteer will greet you and direct you to the best place to park, depending on whether you will be listening to the service from inside your car or out on the lawn. 


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