Information for Newcomers and Visitors

Information for Newcomers and Visitors

What should I expect?

We are open to visitors and newcomers and welcome you with open arms. We feel that everyone should be accepted and welcomed as God’s children.

On the day of our church service, you can enter through the front doors and there will be greeters and ushers (wearing a lapel swatch) to help answer your questions, directions to the nursery and restrooms. They will also hand you a Sunday service bulletin that has the announcements and order of service. Large print bulletins and a personal receiver to our sound enhancement system is available (if needed).

If you are new to the church, please fill out a Guest Card provided in the pew rack in front of you and place it in the offering plate in lieu of a monetary gift (if you so desire). Our church staff will reach out to you at our earlier convenience.

Our Sunday services normally last an hour. Communion is held on the first Sunday of every month.

No food or drink, except water, is allowed in the sanctuary.

During the week (Monday-Friday), our administrative offices are open from 9am-12pm. Feel free to visit or call us. We will be more than happy to answer your questions. We also organize a lot of events to benefit both the church and the community. There are a lot of opportunities to give back to the community, enjoy companionship and meet people along the way.

What about my children during worship?

We invite children to participate in worship by being present, or there is a nursery towards the back of the church for children up to age 6.

Our Sunday services normally have a session where children are invited to come forward to learn about the message of the day.  We also have activity bags that you can borrow to keep your children engaged during the service. Please ask an usher or greeter to get an activity bag before the service.

How should I dress for church?

We like you to be comfortable during our service. You will see a mixture of people with with suits and ties, and others with jeans and tees. We value the heart, not what you wear, so what you think would honor and please God is what matters most. With that being said, we do ask that you be respectful of others and dress appropriately without being provocative or wear clothing with negative/controversial inferences.

Where do I park?

We have ample parking on the church grounds with handicap parking close to the church entrance. Parking is free; just come a few minutes early to get a good parking space.

How old is the church and where can I read about its history?

You can find out more about the church and its history here.

Where can I find out more about the church’s leadership?

You can find out more about the church’s leadership and staff here.