FAQ for Guests
Frequently Asked Questions about Weekly Worship
Starting April 21st, 2019!
The Sunday morning worship service is a traditional service, with hymns, liturgy, a choir and a sermon. There are contemporary elements, with occasional songs that include a variety of instruments. The worship service is followed by a time of fellowship with a coffee hour in the fellowship hall. Children begin the service in worship and are dismissed to their classrooms following the children's moment.
Sunday School for Children 9:30am
The nursery is available for children under 3 starting at 9:15 am (second floor of the education building). Sunday School is available for ages 3 years old through High School. Children start in the sanctuary at the start of worship and then head to Sunday School after the announcements. Please see an usher in the sanctuary if you have any questions on Sunday morning and they will be sure to help.
Our church is trying something new. As of April 21st we have a second worship service with a different feel and flow. Some call it modern, contemporary, informal or ancient/future. Whatever you want to call it we want people to be engaged in worshipping God with their whole selves, from the moment they wake up to the moment they lay down. This new worship service invites participation, collaboration and friendship. There will be a band leading worship, simple prayers and acts of worship, coffee and food, along with a sermon that we hope will feel more like a conversation. We invite you to come and check it out!
Sunday School for Children 11am
Children will begin worship in the Fellowship Hall with everyone else. After we sing a few songs, the children, ages 4 to 11, will be dismissed to Sunday School downstairs. Younger children will remain in worship and can use the play area in the back of the hall. Older youth, 12 to 18, are expected to remain in worship unless they would like to volunteer to be a mentor in the Sunday School program.
What do I Wear?
Wear whatever you want. Some people dress up, some dress comfortably. Around Christmas and Easter people tend to dress up more. We don't care too much what you wear; we just care that you come and join us.