Where do I park?
When you come into our parking lot, feel free to park anywhere. There are no assigned parking spots!
What door do I come in?
We ask that you come in the East door for worship. When you enter, you will be greeted by one of our volunteers. Our sanctuary is to the right and the fellowship hall and Sunday school to the left.
Where do I go next?
When you enter the sanctuary, our ushers will give you a bulletin with the morning's service. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have and help you find a seat if you would like. The service is on the screen on the left side of the sanctuary, but the bulletin will also have the information you need.
What should I wear?
There is no specific dress code. You are welcome to dress up, or you are welcome to come in jeans or shorts. Whatever makes you feel comfortable is okay with us!
When should I arrive?
It is recommended to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to service. This allows you time to park, come inside, meet some new friends, find a seat and be ready to worship God.
How long is a typical service?
Our services are usually slightly over an hour. A typical service includes music and singing, a children’s sermon, readings of the lessons and Gospel text, a sermon from our Pastor, communion and statements of faith from the Lord’s Prayer or a Creed.
What’s the difference between the two services?
The 8:30am service is our more traditional service. Our 11:00 service is more contemporary and relaxed. During the summer months we only have one service that has both traditional and contemporary aspects.
Can I come to the altar for Communion?
All are welcome to join in communion- even if it is your first time! Communion is served weekly (during the 8:30am service on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month and during the 11:00am service on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of the month, and weekly during the summer).
Do I need to bring a Bible?
There are Bibles and hymnals in each pew for your use and reference.
Do you have a Sunday School?
Between our two services at 9:50am, we have Sunday School for both youth/children and adults. The youth and children follow a curriculum and the adults discuss the weekly gospel text. We do not have Sunday School during the summer months.
Anything else happening between the services?
At 9:30 am, we also have a time of fellowship with coffee or juice and snacks. We would love to get to know you!