What to Expect

What to Expect

What time does the service start and end?

Service starts at 10:15 am and lasts until 11:30 am.

What should I wear?

Wear whatever you’re comfortable wearing. Some people wear suits or dresses, but most wear something more casual, from khakis and polo shirts to jeans and t-shirts.

What is worship like?

When you come to the front door of the church, you will be welcomed by someone holding the door inviting you inside. Immediately to your right is the sanctuary and a greeter who will give you a bulletin which lists the order of the service and upcoming events.

Each service starts with a few quick announcements, followed by a Psalm reading and worship songs which vary from classic hymns to more modern worship music. There is a short children’s message, prayer time, and then a sermon. We collect the offering (guests are not expected to give) and sing a final song. After the service, Pastor Trish meets people at the main sanctuary doors. You can also leave by the doors on either the far left or right at the back of the sanctuary.

The worship time offers a relaxed setting that brings people together to praise God and hear His message. We incorporate elements of all worship styles to create our own unique experience of quality worship for our God.

How is Holy Communion observed?

We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. As Christ welcomes everyone to His table, so do we. You do not need to be a member of this church or of any church to partake in the Holy Communion.

What’s available for Children?

As Jesus welcomed the children, we invite children to participate in all aspects of worship. This includes their own special message from the pastor. Children also receive a Children’s Bulletin of activities that relate to the message of the day. There are also children’s bags with crayons, coloring books, etc. for the children to use during the service.

As an alternative for children up to age five, we offer a nursery staffed by Safe Sanctuary certified volunteers.

Will I have to identify myself as a Guest/Visitor?

No. Guests are never asked to identify or introduce themselves during the service. If you’d like more information about the church or have any questions, there are ushers and greeters who can help you.