What to Expect


We get it. Going to a new place for the first time can be scary. So before you walk through the doors, here’s what you can expect on a typical Sunday morning:

Worship Experience

Our services are traditional, but relaxed. It’s not unusual for us to sing old hymns or newer songs, and sometimes we sing with the piano, a guitar, or acapella. If you are musically inclined, we invite you to come and share your gifts. Sermons are rooted in the Scripture and designed to help you apply God’s Word to your daily life.

What to Wear

Come as you’re comfortable when you worship with us. You may see some people in suits or dresses and others in jeans or shorts. We believe the Lord is more concerned with your heart than with what you can afford to wear.

Children in Church

We love to see children in church! At the beginning of the Sunday Morning Worship service, children join the adults in the sanctuary. In the middle of the service, children are invited to the front pew for the Children’s Message, which is usually a brief object lesson teaching a Biblical truth. Afterwards, children may remain upstairs with the adults for worship, or they are welcome to go downstairs for Children’s Church. This is a safe space where they can learn about the Lord as they do crafts or color until the service ends upstairs.

Special Needs

Our church is handicap accessible, with a ramp at the front entrance, restrooms on the main floor that can accommodate wheelchairs, and a chair lift for those who wish to go downstairs to the Sunday School rooms or the Fellowship Hall. Need other accommodations? Let us know how we can help you.

The Lord's Supper

We usually celebrate the Lord’s Supper at least once a month, and sometimes more often than that. Because we are a United Methodist church, we practice what is called an “open table,” which means we recognize that the table belongs to the Lord, and anyone is welcome who seeks a relationship with the Lord. We include anyone who would like to participate, regardless of age, sex, race, ability, church membership, or denominational affiliation when we acknowledge that “Christ our Lord invites to his table all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin and seek to live in peace with one another.”

Sunday School

We offer Sunday School for both children and adults. Typically, we gather downstairs in the Fellowship Hall at 10 AM, where we begin the morning in prayer and share a few jokes before heading to our classes. Coffee and bottled water available, along with homemade treats. Adults will have a lesson that is rooted in Bible study. Children will do crafts or color as they learn about the Lord. Sunday School lets out at about 10:45 to give everyone enough time to make it to worship in the sanctuary. We have a chair lift if you need assistance with the stairs.

NOTE: During June and July 2019, we are taking a break from Sunday School. Classes will likely resume in August.