Where do I park?
We have ample parking around the building. If you have children between the ages of Birth and 5th Grade, you may want to park in the lower lot which allows easier access our Children’s Ministry area. The main entrance will give you easy access to our sanctuary and adult Bible Study groups.

Where do I go?
Greeters are located at our main entrance to the building and are available to assist you in finding where you need to go.

What should I wear?
Dress comfortably.  We’re more concerned with meeting your needs than focusing on what you wear.  While some people do choose to wear their “Sunday best”, most people wear casual clothing.  

What do I need to bring?
A Bible will help you follow along in both Bible Study and worship.  If you have a Bible, bring it with you.  If you don’t have a Bible, copies of the New International Version Bible are located in the sanctuary pews and are free for you to keep. Bibles are also in the Bible Study classrooms for your use. We do have WiFi available for tablets if you are using that for your Bible. 

When do I need to arrive?
Bible Study groups meet at 9:15 Sunday morning service begins promptly at 10:30 a.m.  Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start times to allow adequate time for parking and getting to the Bible Study group or Sanctuary for Worship.

Is the church handicap accessible?
Yes.  There is reserved parking directly south of the sanctuary, as well as at the rear entrance.  We also have an elevator available. Should you need assistance, please drive to the circle drive canopy and a greeter will assist you with your needs.

Are Deaf services available?

We are happy to provide a team of people who interpret our Worship service for the Deaf using American Sign Language. We also have a Talking Hands Bible Study group that begins at 9:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings.   
 

Where do my children go?
Workers will be stationed throughout the morning just inside the Preschool/Children’s entrance at the lower rear of the building to register your child and direct them to their classroom.  We offer preschool childcare from bed babies through 5th Grade, all located on the lower floor. Those with babies and toddlers are invited to use the reserved parking close to the Preschool/Children’s entrance. Youth (Grades 6-12) meet upstairs in the Youth Wing.  A greeter will direct you to the Youth Wing.

What are Worship services like?
While none of our Worship services are exactly the same, we do offer a blended worship experience which may include hymns and choruses.  We want our Worship to be a gift to God where we that are involved come to a realization that He is our focus. Our Pastor, Chris Cook, and occasionally others from our staff, offer insightful messages, revealing the truths of the Bible to help prepare and challenge us in our daily walk. Past messages may be heard online here.

How are guests recognized?
The last thing we want to do is single you out or put you on the spot.  It is up to you if you want to be recognized. Feel free to quietly slip in and out of service .  However, you will probably be greeted by someone in order for them to know you a bit better. If you are inclined to complete a guest card, you can place it in the offering plate or bring it to our Welcome Desk to receive a complimentary gift. The personal information you provide us will not be shared with any other organizations. It is used only for the pastor to send you a personal note.
 
Am I expected to give when I attend?
The money collected during our service is an offering that our members give in appreciation to God for all of his blessings in their lives. We do not expect guests to give. Many give online, too, so it is not unusual to see people passing the offering plate during a  service without placing anything in it.