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  • What are our regular service times?

    Sunday Morning Worship
    Sunday 9:30 am
     
    Sunday School for All Ages
    Sunday 11:00 am
     
    Bible Study and Prayer
    Wednesday 7:00 pm
     
    Kids' FWAP (Fun With A Purpose)
    Wednesday 7:00 pm
  • What does FWAP stand for?

    Fun With A Purpose

    FWAP stands for "Fun With A Purpose." It is a class for children of all ages (3-15) that meets on Wednesday nights at 7 pm while the adults meet for prayer. Younger kids have an enjoyable time singing, listening to a Bible story, learning puppets, memorizing Bible verses, and more!

  • Which door do I go to?

    On Sunday, please park in the west parking lot and go to the main (south) doors facing Clinton Avenue. If needed, park by the north ramp exit and use the handicap entrance on the north side of the building. We will have greeters at the doors until about 9:50 AM to welcome you and direct you to the auditorium.

    For our Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer time, please use the north handicap entrance. We will have a greeter at that door to welcome you and direct you to the chapel where we meet.

     

  • What about my kids?

    We welcome children to be part of the Sunday Morning Worship Service.  We do have a nursery available for you to take your children to as needed.  At the moment, we do not have a staffed nursery so a parent would need to stay with the child(ren). 

    We have a variety of Sunday Schools following the morning service.  We have classes for 2-5 year olds, 6-12 year olds, teens, and adults. Children younger than two should remain with their parents during Sunday School.  Parents are welcome to bring their babies to the adult Sunday school class.

    On Wednesday nights, we begin the service together.  After announcements and singing, children 15 years old and younger are dismissed for FWAP while older teens and adults stay together for a short devotional and prayer.

  • What should I wear?

    There are no expectations for dress other than modesty and respect.  We have attenders who wear button downs and ties and some who wear jeans.