What to Expect When You Visit
I know visiting any new church can be intimidating and uncomfortable. So here’s a few things to know before you come.
Our Gathering times are 9am and 10:30am Sunday mornings. Appropriate dress is whatever you feel comfortable in. Some of our older members wear coats and ties, younger members tend to be more casual. Your presence is more important to us than your appearance.
The main entrance is actually the double doors in the back of the building. Once you enter there you will walk into the main lobby. You will find our café with great coffee straight ahead. Please help yourself to whatever you’d like. If you have children, you can drop them off at the Children’s Ministry area to your left, or keep them with you in the service, whichever you prefer.
We call our Sunday Morning Children’s program Grace Kids. It’s awesome! It’s for ages 0 to 5th grade. Gracekids is offered for both the 9:00 and 10:30 hours on Sunday.
We will invite you to fill out an Connection Card to get better acquainted with you. If you’re not comfortable filling it out or giving us your address or phone number, that’s okay.
Our music style is pretty diverse. We have a full praise band and we worship through a combination of hymns and contemporary worship music. Since we are a multi-generational church, we try to worship God in a way that includes everyone and excludes no one.
If you have a Bible, bring it. If you don’t have one, we have Bibles available for your use and the words will shown on the screen. You can also the engage the Bible with us through the YouVersion Bible App. Click on Events and you should see our church as the first one.
Our normal Sunday morning gatherings begin at 9am and 10:30am and usually run just over an hour depending on what all is happening that morning. Please try to allow yourself a few minutes after the service to talk with others and meet the pastors. But if you would prefer to just get in and get out quickly without having to talk to anybody, we certainly understand.
I look forward to meeting you!
-Pastor Dave Holmes