You are welcome here!

We know that going to any new place can be intimidating, so we thought you might appreciate knowing what Sundays are like before you attend a service. Hopefully the list below helps with that:

Our Worship Service lasts about 75 minutes and includes live music from our Praise Team & Choir and preaching from our Pastor or another guest speaker.

Once you pull onto campus, you will see parking signs to help guide you to our visitor parking spaces or to our other parking areas. Feel free to park wherever you prefer, as we have entry doors available close to every parking area.

During our main Worship Service we also offer programming for children Birth-5th Grade: Nursery Care for Babies, Toddlers, and 2-3 y.o.; an age-specific group time for 4 y.o.-Kindergarten; and our Kids Service for 1st-5th Grade. Students 6th-12th Grade join us in our main Service.

For more specific information about each specific Sunday experience for kids, visit our Children's Ministry page.

We have a wide range of attire in our congregation. You will see jeans, dresses, business casual attire, and even some suits. We want people to dress however they prefer--so, wear something you're comfortable in and join us!

Once inside, we have greeters and ushers at practically every turn, as well as signage, to help direct you wherever you need to go. If you have a question or get lost, don't feel bad asking one of our volunteers, they're here for you!

Doors open 30 minutes before our service starts, while nursery/kids rooms open 15 minutes before service.

We are currently social distancing during our Worship Service and asking attenders to sit only with their family members and at least 6 feet apart from everyone else. Our Children's Ministry is also socially distancing older kids during our Kids Service.

On our campus, masks are recommended while entering, exiting, and moving around, but are not required. We have some who choose not to (or cannot) wear masks at all, others who wear masks when entering and exiting but not while seated during service, and some who prefer to wear masks for the entirety of service. 

Yes, offering plates are out and available for you to contribute financially to the ministry should you choose to do so.

We love you, but please stay home! If you or someone in your household is exhibiting symptoms, we ask that you do not come to in-person service, but join us online instead. In addition, if you or someone you’ve been in close contact with has tested positive for COVID-19, please follow the CDC guidelines before returning to in-person services.