• We want our guests to feel like we have all been waiting for you to join us. Larry
 
  •  As you enter the main doors, greeters will warmly welcome you. Let them know that this is your first visit and they will have a special gift for you. 
 
  •  It is most important to us that you are comfortable. So feel free to dress in whatever you think is appropriate. We promise that you will find someone else similarly dressed, though admittedly tuxedos and evening gowns are a rarity. 
 
  • Prior to or following the worship service, go ahead and walk around the building and get a feel for everything that is going on here. From the children’s classrooms to our recently renovated Kitchen to the multiple posters and sign-ups for fellowship and volunteer service opportunities outside the Sanctuary in our foyer, you will get a sense of what is important to us.  When entering through the front doors, there are restrooms located to your left and right. 
 
  • Before the service, we invite you to have a cup of coffee and a donut with us.
 
  • Our worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. It is a contemporary service with a wide variety of musical styles depending on the Sunday. You will not be asked to stand-up and introduce yourself, and while an offering will be taken visitors are not obligated to contribute. All you need to do is worship God, enjoy the service and be filled by the Spirit to go back out into the world.
 
  • There is nursery (0 to 2yrs) and toddler (3 to 5 yrs) care available during the service, but don’t be surprised to find some of our parents sitting in the back of the Sanctuary with their babies. We consider the sound of small voices to be a sign of God’s hope for the future and that is always welcome. The nursery is located to the left as you come into the foyer from the front doors. 
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  • The Children’s Church area is located to the right as you come in the front doors. There are planned programs for ages Kindergarten through 5th grade each Sunday. Whenever a fifth Sunday occurs in a month, the children remain in the Worship Service with their parents so they can understand what happens in worship as well.
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