FAQ's

What should I expect on a Sunday morning?


As you walk through the doors you can look forward to someone greeting you with a smile and offer you a copy of our weekly bulletin which includes the order of the service, announcements of upcoming programs, and a calendar of events. Make your way into the sanctuary and sit anywhere you like. You may have a person or two welcome you or introduce themselves. But, we will not have visitors stand or be recognized in any way. Relax and enjoy the service.


How long will the service last?


You can plan on the service to last a little over an hour.


What should I wear on a Sunday morning?


Whatever makes you comfortable. Some of our folks like the opportunity to dress up a bit on Sundays, while others like to be more comfortable. Come as you are and we’ll just be glad you are here!


Will someone ask me for money?


That’s a fair question… we know the reputation and the perception that churches take a lot of offerings. We will take an offering during the service – it’s how we pay the bills. Plus, we believe it gives us a chance to give a portion back to God. If you are visiting, do not feel compelled to give to the offering. The offering opportunity is for our regular attendees. If you are new to our church, we ask that you consider filling out the bulletin tear-off tab so that we can know you were with us. You can use it to request more info on our church and leave prayer requests. Also, stop by the Welcome Center for your Welcome Kit!


What do I do with my children?


You’ll find our church to be a family-friendly place. Childcare is available in the nursery for children birth to three years. Please stop by and feel free to look around. We take your child’s safety and comfort very seriously. Children’s Church is available for 4, 5, & 6 year olds during the message. Children’s Activity Kits are also available at the Welcome Center for use during the morning’s service.


What is your worship style?


We offer two different styles of worship. At 9:30am on Sunday morning we have a band-led worship service in the Gillett Chapel. These services normally include some of the most recent Christian music you may hear on the radio, led by keyboard and guitar. At 11:00am and 6:00pm on Sunday is our more traditional choir-led worship of hymns, held in the Worship Center.