Our Sunday worship meets at 11am in the Sanctuary. There are many easy entrance points. The front of the church (which faces Route 85) has a covered porch and beautiful wooden doors. For those who need a ramp, on the right side of the church (near the large church sign) there is then an easily accessible ramp into the sanctuary.
If you enter from the Route 85 side of the church, you will be welcomed by our greeters who will provide with a worship bulletin, assist you in finding a seat and answer any questions you may have.
Pastor Drew is easy to spot: He's the guy wearing a colorful stole around his neck. He's always available after the service to greet you, share a few words (and laughs) near the main entrance of the church.
What Should I Wear?
There is no right or wrong answer to this question. There are people wearing suits and ties; there are people wearing jeans. God does not have a dress code in the Bible. Come as you can; come as you are.
*What do you mean by "Family worship?"
Family is what you say that it is. There is no definition for Mom, Dad, 2.5 children and a dog named Spot in the Bible. So bring your family...whatever that word means for you. (Pets are family too...just please leave them at home).
Worship and Fellowship
Our worship is styled for the whole family*. If you're new to our church or worship in general our weekly bulletin is easy to follow. Bibles and hymnals are provided in each pew seat.
We have hearing assistance devices for those who would like one (just ask a greeter!)
We worship together as a family (including the kids!) and provide a time for personal prayer, hearing the Word of God read and proclaimed. At least once per month we celebrate the sacrament of the Lord's Supper to which all people who proclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior may come!
After the fourth Sunday worship we have a time of fellowship in the church basement. It's a great time to share a cup of coffee or tea, goodies, and meeting new people.
Is it ok if I come to church? I still struggle with sin...
YES! Jesus does not want to know us after we've reached some perfect state of perfection. He wants to know us in the midst of our messiness. And besides...we're all sinners seeking after God's forgiving love.