Visiting a brand new church can be kind of intimidating, so we hope the following questions and answers are helpful to you. Always feel free to contact us before you attend if there's something we left off the list.
- Where should I go when I get to the high school? You'll see signs directing you to the correct entrance, to the left of the main entrance to the high school.
- Do you have childcare? We are happy to offer nursery for children 0-2 during the entire morning service. For children aged 3-6, we ask that they stay with their parents during the first half of the service. They will be dismissed to The Gospel Project for Kids program before the sermon.
- What should I wear? You'll find people dressed in all sorts of ways so we encourage you not to worry about that but to come comfortably dressed so you can worship with us in an undistracted manner.
- What kind of music do you have? We understand that the main reason we sing in our Sunday services is to encourage one another and give praise to God together. Because of this, we strive to keep the music on the simple side so it doesn't distract from the congregation's voice, which we desire to be the loudest "instrument" in the room. You'll find that we sing songs from the 4th century all the way to the present day as we seek to embrace the truths written to music throughout the history of the church.
- Why do you have a moment of silent reflection at the end of your service? For most of us, our lives are marked by busyness and stress. As a result, we don't often get time to be silent and meditate on the truths of the gospel. For this reason, we have built into our service a brief time (no more than 60 seconds) to reflect on the truths preached in the sermon and to pray and ask the Lord to work in our lives in the coming week.
- Do you have any midweek service or programs? A few--including a women's Bible study and a men's discipleship breakfast. We also have community groups meeting throughout the area for accountability and fellowship. However, in general, we try to keep our church calendar relatively "event-free" during the week to allow time for members to disciple one another, practice hospitality, and be involved in the larger community.