Visitor Information

Frequently asked questions

Q: What is the difference between services
A: Our 9:00 service is defined as “Contemporary”. It is a bit more relaxed, and we sing contemporary worship songs. Our 11:00 service is defined as “Traditional”.It is a bit more structured: we follow a liturgy, and we sing hymns

Q: What should I wear
A: Whatever you want! Some people dress up, while others prefer to wear a T-shirt and jeans. God loves us all, so come as you are!

Q: What about my children
A: Our nursery is open from 9:00-12:00. We also have Sunday school for children from 10:00-11:00, as well as Junior Worship offered during the 11:00 service.


Q: When should I arrive
A: The Contemporary Service is at 9:00 in the Fellowship Hall and the Traditional is at 11:00 in the Sanctuary, with Sunday school for all ages at 10:00. We suggest you come about 15 minutes early your first time, so that you can locate these areas.

Q: Where do I go once I arrive
A: If you are attending the 9:00 service, we suggest that you park behind the church. Once you are inside, turn left and you will find the fellowship hall on your left.



If you are attending the 11:00 service, we suggest that you park on the side of the church, and enter through the doors on the side. This will take you right to the sanctuary.


Q: Is the church wheelchair accessible
A: Yes. We have an elevator in the church that allows those who need it to access many different parts of our church.

Q: Do you offer any special services
A: We hold several special services throughout the year that coincide with the church calendar, such as Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday prayer stations, Easter and mulitple Christmas Eve services.

Q: How do I become a member
A: Our pastor offers new member orientation classes for all persons interested in joining the church. To express an interest and receive more information, please email Rev. Katie