Worship

Join Us This Sunday!

Whether you are in town for a short visit, camping at the State Park, or searching for a church to make your church home, we hope that you will come see us on a Sunday morning.
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Below, you’ll find a few “Frequently Asked Questions” about what to expect on a Sunday morning.   If you have any additional questions, please contact us and we would be happy to help.
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What time is your Sunday worship service?

Our worship service begins at 9:00 on Sunday mornings.

 
If you come a few minutes early, you’re invited into the Fellowship Hall for cookies, coffee, and fellowship before the service begins.  Worried that you won’t be finished with your coffee or cookie before the service begins?  Feel free to bring it with you into the Sanctuary.
 

What about my kids?

We consider children to be an important part of our church community.  We don’t have a nursery at the church, but your children are encouraged to be a part of the congregation and sit with you for the service.  We know that children won’t always stay silent or sit perfectly still for the entire service, and that is just fine.    We have some crayons and coloring pages available on the table in the sanctuary if you would find that helpful.

A changing table is located in the second restroom, closest to the kitchen.

During our service, we will have a short “Children’s Moment,” when the children will be invited forward for a short message (or story, or activity, or song) with Pastor Cody.  After the Children’s Moment, children aged 3-12 are invited to Sunday School in the Fellowship Hall, where they will continue to learn about a topic related to the sermon.

What should I wear?
On a typical Sunday, you might see folks wearing dresses and ties, and others in shorts and flip flops – and everything in between!

We want you to feel comfortable when you come to worship with us, so dress however you are comfortable.  Seriously — we mean it!  We truly want you to feel comfortable and welcome to worship just as you are.


Is your building accessible?

Our church building is wheelchair accessible, and an accessible parking space is located to the east of the double doors.

We are not equipped with a hearing assistance system, but our Sanctuary is small enough that hearing the service is generally not a problem.  If you are concerned about hearing or visual accessibility, please contact us so that we can do our best to provide accommodations.  Large print bulletins and sermon manuscripts can be made available with advance notice.