What to Expect

What to Expect

Where do I park?

Our parking lot is adjacent to our building and is accessed from S. 4th Street with designated accessible parking space. Street parking along 4th Street and Park Avenue is available. 

Where do I go?

Please make your way into our building, either from our parking lot entry or our Park Ave entrances. You will be welcomed and guided by one (or a few) of our smiling Greeters and Ushers before the service begins. 

What should I wear?

For our Morning Worship, some people like to wear their “Sunday best” while others prefer casual clothes. On average, we dress a step above “jeans and t-shirt”.  However, we want to worship with you however you are dressed. What’s on the inside is what God sees. For Midday Worship, dress tends to be more casual. 

Are my kids welcome?

Absolutely! During our Morning Worship we offer childcare for preschool aged children (kindergarten and younger), who are encouraged to attend the first portion of the service. Then they have the choice of remaining in the service or leaving for an age appropriate nursery for the remainder of the Morning Worship. Currently, we do not have formal childcare for our Midday Worship, but children are welcome to be themselves in a special space set up for them in the rear of the Fellowship Hall during the service. 

Between services we offer Sunday School for all ages; young and young at heart! For security reasons, we do require you to sign in your child each Sunday.

What is a service like?

We offer two Worship opportunities each Sunday. Most would say our Morning Worship follows a traditional format with hymns, scripture reading, sermon and confession. Our Midday Worship is more casual, discussion based and involves more contemporary Christian music. See our Services page for more.

How often and when do you take communion?

We celebrate communion eight times each year: Epiphany (early January), Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Easter Sunday, Pentecost (late May), Mid-summer (August), World Communion Sunday (early October), First Sunday of Advent (Late November or Early December). All who believe in Jesus and wish to follow his request that we share communion in his memory are invited to partake.

Do I need to bring a Bible?

You are welcome to bring a Bible with you, however, we provide Bibles for your use.  Our worship bulletins provide everything else you would need to follow along and engage with our services.