Frequently Asked Questions

 
“Awe combined with intimacy is the essence of Christian worship.”
—J. D. Greear
 
Planning to visit our church? Anytime is a great time to come in and check us out.  We look forward to seeing you and everyone is welcome.  We mean it!   Here are some friendly tips to help you know what to expect your first time here.
 

Parking:
We have a large parking lot that has plenty of spaces for you to park.  Drive up the driveway, you can’t miss it!
 
What door should we use?
 
We have three doors that you can use to access the church, including our front door. The doors open at 9:00am.  Come in and find a seat! 


Greeters & Ushers
 
You can always find someone to help you figure out where to go!  You’ll be able to identify them by their name tag. Our Deacons will hand you a bulletin so you can follow along with us.  If you need a large print bulletin, headphones, the restrooms, or child care, they will direct you.  Sit wherever you feel comfortable. 

Is the Sanctuary Accessible?
Yes. There is an accessible ramp on the left side of the building.  Our Deacon will be available should you nee help. 
 

Come as you are Dress Code?
 
Yes! We mean that!  Come as you like.  That means you can come in your best Sunday outfit or a pair of shorts and a t-shirt.  We want you to be comfortable. 
 

When do we start and end?
Worship begins at 10:00 AM. The prelude music is a time to center yourself and prepare for worship.  Our service concludes by 11:00am.  We end our service by singing our “Congregational Benediction” which is printed on the last page of the bulletin.  You are more than welcome to sit through the postlude or make your way into Fraizer Hall for fellowship. 
 
Are visitors asked to stand up?
 
No!  We hope you will let us know you are new and will join us for fellowship afterwards.  


Communion
The sacrament of communion is celebrated the first Sunday of every month and on several other occasions.  We have an open table, anyone can take communion including children.  Our Deacons will bring the elements to you and our Pastor will cue you when you should eat or drink.  We do also service communion by intinction  which means you file up to the front of the church take bread and dip it into the cup of juice then move back to your seat as you eat it.  Gluten free bread are available.

Childcare & Sunday School
Children are welcome in worship at any age. The childcare room is upstairs.  A Deacon is always available to help you find your way should you need it.  We also have toys and books in the front of the church as well. 

Fellowship
 
This is a time to socialize after the service.  We have Keurigs available for you to make a cup of coffee, tea, or hot coco as well as light snacks.  You are invited to join us and to speak to the regulars.   Our Pastor will be circulating through to greet you and introduce herself to you. 
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All are Welcome!  
 
 
“When you have a heart to serve and help others it unlocks something in you.”
—Reuben Morgan