Frequently asked Questions:
- Do you have handicap access? Our main building has several parking spaces marked for handicap use. There is easy access into the building. Building E (the
educational building) across the parking lot has a wheelchair ramp for accessibility. Our restrooms are ADA approved.
- What do you have for children?
- We have a nursery for infants and toddlers. All our workers have been screened and have background checks completed.
- We have Sunday School classes for various ages - children through adult.
- In the summer months, we hold Vacation Bible School for kids.
- We currently have a growing program Wednesday night that features Bible stories and music geared for all children called "God's Children Sing."
- What do you have for ladies? Once a month, our ladies meet for Bible study and fellowship on an announced day of the week. (Currently the 3rd Tuesday of the Month)
- What do you have for families? Several of our church services are established for families meeting together. Frequently, we have church fellowships where families
come together for food, fun and fellowship.
- What style of service do you have? Our worship services feature traditional style music (e.g. hymns, songs and choruses), expository preaching, and Christian
fellowship. Sunday School classes teach from the Bible and use a structure. The adult class of Sunday School focuses on Books of the Bible and biblical topics.
- How should I dress? As we meet together we desire to magnify the Lord with our appearance. Modesty should always be the objective for everyone. Ties are
optional. The pastor usually wears a jacket and tie on Sunday, but that is his choice.
- What are the current subjects in the services? Pastor Kelley is in a verse-by-verse series of First Corinthians on Sunday Mornings entitled,
"Corinth, Christianity and Contemporary Issues." The material entitled, "Equipped for Life" (Taking us through a study of the Book of Colossians) is the focus in the
auditorium class during Sunday School. There are exceptions for special days and holidays with the morning messages. Wednesday night, we currently feature a series entitled
"Welcome Home," How to more Effectivey Connect and Engage People in Church. There is something for everyone. On Wednesday, children meet for a time of Bible
lessons and music.
- What should I expect as a guest? You should expect a friendly, warm welcome. Someone will greet you at the door and give instructions for parents with children.
In the auditorium, you will receive a welcome folder. Inside is a guest registration card. Please fill it out and place it in the offering plate when ushers come to your aisle. We
have coffee, tea and hot chocolate available right off the main entrance.