What to Expect
What To Expect When You Visit
We know visiting a new church can feel a little intimidating. We'll do our best to make you feel right at home!
Is this the church for me?
Absolutely! No matter who you are, where you live or where you are spiritually, we're convinced that once you spend time with us you'll start to feel at home.
Is this Church for Everyone?
We are diverse membership. Here you'll find married couples, singles, college students, young people, older people, white-collar, blue-collar and stay-at-home moms.
What are your services like?
Positive, authentic, praise and celebration of all that is the wonder of God. This Service will continue for about 60 minutes and include lots of singing/worship, the Lord's Supper and a biblical, Christ-centered message for spiritual direction. Our tradition is to sing without instrumental accompaniment which results in beautiful harmonies of spiritual hymns.
What should I wear?
When you come to our service you will find people wearing everything from jeans to suits. Please wear what you feel comfortable. We believe you'll feel completely welcome — whether you're casually dressed or in your "Sunday best."
Can I take communion?
Of course! If you want to take communion at our services, you are more than welcome to do so. The bread and fruit of the vine (grape juice) will be distributed to everyone in their seats.
What about my kids?
We have a staffed nursery for the very young if you wish to take advantage of it or your are welcome to keep the little ones with you. For the children that are a little older we have a Children's Worship.
What's expected of first-time visitors?
Nothing! Rest assured we're not going to ask you to raise your hand, stand up or come up front. You're sure to meet warm, friendly people at our services, but you won't be singled out. And don't feel obligated to give to our weekly offering or participate in communion unless you want to. There are no expectations for you as a guest.
How do I become a member?
We believe that the church is simply a body of believers who have become true disciples of Jesus. If you want to be a part of this body, the first step is to study the bible to find out what Jesus expects of His followers. One of our ministers or elders would love to share a bible study with you to help.