What building do I go to?
The white building with the beautiful steeple is our place of worship. The larger white building is Fellowship Hall which houses our Sunday School classes and fellowship time before and after services.
How do I dress?
Comfortably, and yes, this varies by individual. This congregation accepts a wide range of personal differences and self-expression, and this extends to clothing. By and large, people dress in what makes them feel good and ready to worship.
May I participate in communion?
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month at both services. United Methodists practice open communion, and all present may receive the sacrament, if they so choose.
What if I have physical limitations?
The entrances to both the sanctuary and fellowship hall are barrier-free and there is a handicapped-accessible bathroom in fellowship hall.
Where should my children go?
All children are welcome to stay with their family during worship. After the Children’s Sermon, about halfway through the service and before the Pastor’s message, children under the age of 3rd grade are welcome to attend Children’s Church in Fellowship Hall.
Two services? Are they all the same?
The first service is more contemporary with the majority of the service focused on contemporary music and the week’s message. The second service is more traditional with a call to worship, traditional hymns, prayers and the week’s message.