When you walk in the door
When you come to our building we encourage you to enter at our parking lot entrance (Located between metal building and brick building). If you have children who will be attending one of our amazing children's environments we ask that you would sign them in when you arrive. You can do this just to the left in the hallway from the parking lot entrance. If you have questions feel free to ask the people greeting you at the front door. We will talk you through our service to help you feel comfortable and understand what is going on. And of course bathrooms are located at the back of the sanctuary or in the hallway towards the multipurpose room.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Can I Expect?
We think of ourselves as a church family and strive to create a welcoming, relaxing environment as we gather for service. Simply come, listen, and enjoy our service. We hope you decide to grow with us. You can expect an opportunity to encounter God through worship and teaching from the Bible, meet new people, and build new friendships and relationships. Our services typically include a time of music, prayer, opportunity to give and a practical teaching from the Word of God. Service normally ends around noon.
What Time Do We Meet?
We meet at 10:45 AM on Sunday mornings.
What Do You Have For My Kids?
On Sunday mornings during our service (except for 5th Sundays of the month) we have Faith Factory (1st-5th grades), Little Sprocketts (3 yrs old-K), and Nursery (Birth - 2 yrs old) where your kids can learn and grow spiritually in a fun environment designed for their age level.
What Do I Wear?
You don't need to worry about what you look like or how you dress, come as you are. The people who attend our church are from all types of backgrounds and bring their own uniqueness to our church family. We are not worried about style or type of clothing. The pastor often wears jeans and a polo. If you feel best in a dress or suit, wear one. If you are more the jeans and t-shirt type, no problem! We find more value in you than what you wear!