Planning a Visit?

Visiting a church can be intimidating. We hope to make visiting as easy as possible. Here’s a few things you should expect:

  1. There are visitor parking spots up front next to the building. Don’t let them go empty- they are for you!
  2. The double glass doors are the main entrance. When you walk in, you’ll notice a room with a dark gray wall straight ahead and a shiplap wall to the right. There’s coffee and donuts, friendly people, and information about our church right there. (Oh, and that door in the gray wall leads to the restrooms!)
  3. Our service starts at 11am, typically ends by 12- 12:10
  4. The children’s ministry rooms will be to your right when you enter the building. Nursery age children go to the nursery prior to service. Preschool and School age children stay in the service until the music ends / children’s sermon. They are dismissed to “Base Camp” at that time. Base Camp is the name for our children’s ministry. You’ll find them in their respective rooms after the service.
  5. There will be a section of the announcements page called a connection card. We don’t harass people who fill them out, but we would love to have a chance to reach out to you- once- after your visit.
  6. Church clothes are anything you feel comfortable in. Jeans / shorts are common attire.
  7. There is a cry room. If you are uncomfortable nursing in the service (we don’t mind), if your 4mo decides to stretch their vocal cords, we’ve got a space for you with comfortable chairs and a live feed.
  8. Don’t worry. We hope we might be a place where you feel like you belong.

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