We hope you
feel a warm welcome
We have all been in that situation of visiting a church for the first time
either with a friend, family member, or just on our own. It is our desire that you feel comfortable and easily
able to join in worship and fellowship. Let us know if this is your first visit. There are good things to know
like where the Sunday school is for the kids, or what the adult ed class is for that day, or how to commune, or where to find
the coffee and treats after worship!
Following the Directions and Campus Map on the website, feel free to park in any of the lots as you make your way to the sanctuary,
the largest building on the campus (this is also where the church offices are located). There are several
Sunday worship times and every other month a Saturday service as well.
Sundays: Services are at 8:00,
9:00, and 10:30AM with Holy Communion distributed at every service and available to all worshipers.
The worship style is blended.
Dress is casual. When you arrive, please fill out a visitor card located
in the pew racks and place it in the plate during the offering. If you'd like to chat with a pastor,
please indicate this. You will also find a Welcome brochure near the entrance that describes the many opportunities for getting to know people and helping
to serve the wider community.
Hearing assisted devices and large print bulletins are available
for those who need them. Please see the ushers for assistance.
For parents who need it, there is a Comfort Room in the back of the
sanctuary. Also, note that Sunday School "Learning Circles"
start after the Children's Message during the 9 am worship service.
Please check where you will pick them up after the service.
We believe that Holy
Communion is truly a gift from God and is therefore offered at every service and for all ages at the discretion
of the parents. You may commune either by "intinction" where the piece of bread (there is also a gluten free
option) is dipped in wine or grape juice, or a common cup is offered as well.