If you are considering paying us a visit in the future, here are a few things that will help you feel more at home when you arrive.
Where do I park?
You will find church parking on the east side of the build that
is accessible from both Edison and 5th Street, and curbside
parking on Edison and 6th streets.
Where do we enter the building?
The main entrance to the building is on the West side of the
building directly off the parking lot.
Where do we go?
The main sanctuary is immediately found on the right-hand side of the main foyer/lobby. You will find a Welcome Center in the middle of the main lobby where you can find printed materials about the available services and activities. Greeters will assist you in locating the Sunday school rooms and other meeting rooms in the building.
Where are the Restrooms?
Restrooms are located in the middle of the east and west wing hallways. If you have any special ADA requirements, please contact our staff as we will do our best to assist with needs within each restroom facility.
What to Expect
What happens in Sunday School?
Sunday school starts at 9:30 and lasts for one hour with classes for children and adults. A greeter can assist in directing you to the classes available.
Adult Sunday school class focuses on how to take teachings from the Bible and apply it to our lives. We explore scripture through Bible studies, video seminars, and guest speakers who are invited to share testimonies relevant to the enrichment of the class (missions field, community leaders, etc).
What to do with my children?
We have age-appropriate Sunday school classes with designated personnel who can assist as needed, supporting from one child to full classrooms. For any special-needs children, please let us know of any accommodations that we need to make in advance, as communicated with any of our office staff.
What happens in the worship service?
The main service begins 10:45 and ends by noon, starting with music worship where we enjoy 3 to 5 worship songs, intermingled with weekly observances of prayer, communion and giving of gifts, followed by the sermon and concluding with a closing song and benediction. After-service events include coffee hours for birthdays, anniversaries, potlucks, and other fun events that allow us to get to know each other as a community.