Every Sunday morning we gather for worship at 10am. If you are a visitor or guest please be sure to grab a gift bag at our welcome desk, it has helpful information about our church. If you’re still thinking about visiting, we hope we’ll have an opportunity to meet you soon! If any of your questions have gone unanswered, don’t hesitate to send us an email or give us a call. Below are a few more facts that might be helpful as you think about Sunday morning worship.
Worship Experience: 10:00am Sunday service lasts approximately 1hr 15min. We encourage everyone to make Sunday morning a time to escape from the busyness of day to day life, please come early and stay late for coffee, donuts, and conversation. Take your time, rest, talk with others, enjoy your morning with one another; there’s no rush!
Childcare: During the service there is childcare for ages 0-4 and there is Children’s Church for grades K-5, they all meet in our newly renovated kids unit. Many of our K-5 kids will start in the sanctuary until our worship songs are done. For the safety of our children and peace of mind for our parents, all of our adult volunteers have been through training and have had background checks. We also have a nursing room at the back of our sanctuary if you’re a mother who would like to keep your baby with you. For more questions about childcare or Children’s Church contact our Children’s Director, Gina Tangeman.
Dress: Jeans, polos, button-ups, dresses, khakis, and slacks… The majority dress casual to business casual. We gather together to honor Jesus and to offer our hearts in worship.
Communion: We share communion together the first Sunday of every month.
Prayer: Every Sunday we have a prayer team at the front of the sanctuary to spend time with anyone who would like to share prayer or praise requests.
Parking: There is parking in the front and back of the church. We have designated handicap and visitor parking spaces in the front, just to the south of the main entrance. Please enter the main entrance in the front and back parking lots.