Questions You May Want to Ask

We want to make your first visit with us a positive experience. If any of your questions are not answered feel free to Contact Us.
Where are you located?
You can find our address and a map on our Contact Us page.
How long are services?
Sunday bible study meets at 9:30AM during the school year and lasts for an hour. We have fifteen minutes of praise singing starting at 10:30AM and the "official" worship service starts at 10:45AM and usually ends at 12PM.
What is the dress code?
If you are comfortable wearing it out of the house, it's probably not a problem for us. We do ask that certain parts be fully covered, but jeans, shorts, t-shirts, and flip flops are not uncommon. If you want to dress more formal we're good with that too. Most Sundays the pastor wears a tie and we don't judge him.
What do I do with my kids?
Jesus said, "Let the children come to me" (Matthew 19:14). We love children and welcome them to worship with us. We expect children to make a little noise so don't worry about trying to keep them perfectly still. We have volunteers who have been carefully screened and background checked who can tend to babies and toddlers in the nursery if you need a break, or there is a "Cry Room" where you can tend to a particularly discontent child and still participate in worship.
Is Everyone Really Welcome?
We realize that there are churches who say everyone is welcome when the reality is that some people are not made to feel welcome. EVERYONE is welcome regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation/identity, or past mistakes. We believe that God connects the dots
What is the service like?
Our service is a blend of newer praise and worship as well as traditional hymns. We celebrate communion every Sunday which is open to all people who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. To learn more about what we believe you can visit our About Us page.
Will I be singled out?
It is not our practice to put people on the spot. We are a small congregation, so we can't promise you will go unnoticed, but we will not draw attention to you during the service. We have a refreshment time following the service that will provide an opportunity for us to get to know each other, but it is up to you whether you stay and interact or remain a mystery to us.
What about parking?
We have a large parking lot in front of the main entrance as well as on the West and East sides. There are spaces for people with disabled permits right at the front door.