What Should I Wear to Worship?
The good news is that you have a wide variety of options on what you can wear. On any given Sunday, you can expect to see some of our members dressed in suit and tie and others in shorts and tennis shoes. The rule of thumb is to wear something that you will be comfortable in and won't distract others from their worship experience. If you are most comfortable in a tie, dress, jeans, or shorts, then that is what you should wear for worship.
What if I ____ ?
As for the questions of what if . . . As in what if I grew up in a different denomination, if I haven't been to church before (or in a long time), if I have tattoos, if I am married or divorced, etc. Know that you are in good company. We are a church of imperfect people who are doing their best to love God and love others. We come from different backgrounds, denominations, and life experiences. All are welcome, no matter what! At the same time, we recognize that you may feel some trepidation about your particular situation, so feel free to contact Pastor Anna so she can answer any questions you may have.
Where Should I Go When i Get There?
We are excited about your coming and we reserved a parking space just for you. When you arrive at the church, look for the visitor parking signs. Enter the building to your right at the first door you encounter. Someone should be there to greet you and direct you to where you need to go, but in case we miss you, follow the signs to the Family Life Center or Worship Space on the second floor.
What about my kids?
We love kids! For parents of babies and toddlers, we offer a professionally staffed nursery for Sunday School and Worship at 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM. For pre-school through fifth grade, Sunday School is offered at 9:00 AM. Click here for additional children's ministry offerings.
For Middle School and High School Youth, there is weekly Sunday School at 9:00 AM and youth group (RE:Group) Sundays at 5:00 PM.
Of course children are always welcome in worship and you will regularly find children in our congregation in leadership roles in the worship service.