What to Expect
We understand that visiting a church for the first time can be a bit stressful. Hopefully our letting you know what to expect will help a little.
Our Sunday worship services include singing, responsive readings, prayers, a scripture lesson, a sermon, and (on the first Sunday of each month) Holy Communion. All people of sincere faith, regardless of religious tradition or church membership are invited to share in Holy Communion; no one is obligated.
An usher will provide you with a friendly greeting and offer you a bulletin, which contains the order of service. The bulletin will let you know when to sing, read, or stand. It will also provide you with information about what is currently happening at the church.
Children remain in the sanctuary with their families until after the Children's Moment (around 10:15); they are then dismissed to attend Sunday School. (Children are also welcome to stay with their families during the entire service as well.) We provide nursery care throughout the service.
After the service, everyone is invited for a time of fellowship and coffee/tea/juice and snacks in our church lounge.
Most people who attend on Sunday morning dress in "business casual" or "smart casual" attire. Some dress more formally, and others dress more informally. We invite you to come dressed in what makes you feel comfortable.
We look forward to your visit!
Every Wednesday, 11:00-11:45 am. Call the office to confirm.
Every Wednesday, 10:00 am.
For details, Contact Us.
The church building is handicap accessible through the west entrance (the door with the covered awning). Upon entering, there are are two chair lifts: one that goes up the stairs to the sanctuary and church offices, and one that goes down to the fellowship halls. Handicap parking is available near this entrance.