When you arrive, you will see a comfortable coffee shop style space where you can have a cup of coffee, tea, or water and a morning snack. Doors to the auditorium will open 20 minutes before service so you can visit with our church family and find a place to sit. We begin with live music as we worship together through music, participation in communion and offering and a biblical message. Our services are 75 minutes. 

 
Here are some frequently asked questions of our first time visitors!
 
What are the Worship Service Times?
Our Worship Service Time is 10:45am.  .
 
What about Adult Bible Education Classes?
There are two Adult Bible Education Class during the 9:15am hour.   
 
What is available for my children? 
Our Children’s Ministry serves newborns through 5th grade. Though it might appear that our role is simply childcare or babysitting, our goal is to show God’s love and plant foundational truths from God’s Word that will stick with and carry each child into the next stage of their spiritual growth.The 10:45am Worship Service has classes for Preschoolers, Kindergarten, and 1st graders, and 2nd through 5th graders.  When you arrive, look for the check-in table in the Foyer of the church. When you check in, the person will let you know what classroom number they will need to go to.  Check your children in and then the children will go into the main assembly with you for the Praise and Worship time.  It will be announced when the children are dismissed to their classes.   You can walk them back to the classroom at this time.  In Room 8 there is an unstaffed nursery.  There is an area available for changing diapers.   
 
How do people dress?    
Be comfortable, come as you are. When you come, you will see people in shorts, jeans, t-shirts, slacks, dresses, and some wear ties. Come wearing what you’re comfortable wearing.
 
What is Communion about?
Communion is a reminder that Jesus gave His life for us.  
 
What is the offering?
We take an offering every Sunday. This is an opportunity for our Church family to invest in the Lord’s work.
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