We truly appreciate you taking the time to learn more about us. We understand that visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating. Our desire is to make it as stress-free as possible. Below is some information to help you to navigate your first visit. If you have any questions prior to your visit, please complete the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page. We are located at the corner of Hwy 370 and 36th Street. You can follow this link for driving directions.
We have contemporary services at 10:30 on Sunday morning where the music is led by a worship band (Worship Center). We also offer a low-tech service at 5:00 on Saturday night. We have a traditional service at 8:15 Sunday morning where the music includes traditional hymns played by an organist (Heritage Chapel). We are not passing items through the congregation, such as offering and communion elements. Additionally, we are live-streaming both Sunday morning services each week.
As you approach the church building, you will see signs that direct you to the parking area. When you enter the parking lot, you will see a “Guest Parking” sign. Please feel free to park in that area for your convenience. There are additional parking spaces throughout the campus as well.
As you enter you will be greeted by our friendly Welcome Team member wearing blue lanyards. They can help you to find your way around the building.
Please stop by the Welcome Center when you visit to receive a gift and ask any questions that you may have about the church.
We have a well-staffed nursery for ages birth to three. When you approach the church, you will see an external sign that says, “Nursery”, please enter through this door for the easiest access to the nursery. Our nursery will re-open on October 25.
We love having children in our worship services. Our Explorers Children’s Ministry for Pre-K through 6th grade takes place on Sundays at 10:30 am. Beginning May 30, Explorers will be on summer hiatus until the fall. We also have a cry room available during all of our worship services and a nursery. Please ask an usher to help you locate these areas.
We have a casual environment here. You will see everything from jeans and t-shirts to shirt and tie.
Communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper, is a time during the service for followers of Christ to receive assurance of God’s presence and forgiveness. We take communion weekly during Sunday morning services. Anyone who considers themselves a believer in Jesus is invited to receive communion. We are not passing items among attenders, so we ask that you pick up your communion elements at the table on your way in to worship.
Would you like to connect with someone about next steps? Please contact Lisa Witkop.