What to Expect in a Worship Service
If you visit with us on a Sunday morning, we want to give you an idea of what you can expect.
When you enter through the front doors, there will be greeters to welcome you, a coffee bar to the right where you are welcome to make a free drink, and a coat rack to the left. As you walk forward, there will be a table with bulletins, mints, and individual communion supplies. Ahead to the right is the entrance to the sanctuary and the restrooms are to the left.
During the service, we sing a variety of new and old songs, have a time of prayer, communion, and preaching. There may also be a baptism if someone makes that decision.
During the service, we have a nursey and a toddler class. These meet in rooms past the restooms to the left. For kids in Grade School, we offer a class during the sermon time most weeks. This meets in a room to the left of the main entrance.
We let each person decide for themselves whether or not to take communion. Our common practice is that anyone who is a baptized believer can participate. We leave this decision up to you. For further reading on the biblical instructions on communion, please read: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.
We do not collect an offering during the service but there is a box located at the back of the sanctuary. There is also an online option on our website. As a visitor, please do not feel compelled to give an offering. We are just glad to have you join us in worship.
For further information on this, please contact the church office.