If you are coming to our church for the first time, you may have some questions. If your questions aren’t answered here, don’t hesitate to contact us.

What should I wear when I come to church?
Our church community is comfortable dressing in many different ways. You will find some people dressed in jeans and T-shirts, while others wear their Sunday best. We welcome you to dress however you feel most comfortable and appropriate. Most importantly, we simply want to express our gratitude for your presence in our midst.

Where should I park and where do I enter the building?
Our church is located on top of a hill. When you drive up the drive way, there is one large parking lot, park anywhere you like. The main entrance will be easy to spot with the overhang over the entry way and its large glass doors. Once you get in the building, the sanctuary–where we have worship services–is right in front of you.

What is the worship service like?
Our Sunday morning service usually begins with a welcome from one of the pastor, followed by music and prayers, Scripture readings, and a sermon, ended with a blessing. On the first and third Sunday of every month, we celebrate Communion.  After the service, we gather in the Fellowship Hall for light refreshments. A normal Sunday service usually lasts about one hour.

Are children welcome to come to church?
Yes, we always invite and welcome children of any age into the church service with us! We have a nursery available for children 5 and under, but many of our families choose to have even young children and babies remain with them for the worship service. Children’s bulletins and worship bags (green fabric bags containing notebooks and crayons to help keep little ones busy) are available. There are also children’s Bibles (the Spark Story Bible) in the center of every pew for children to follow along with the Bible readings of the day, or just to read through during the service.