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When do services begin?
Our service begins at 11:00. (Read about next Sunday's service on the home page.) There are visitor and handicapped-parking spots by our front door. You can find our church by following the Directions link on this page.
Greeters welcome visitors, friends, and members on Sunday mornings before the services.
How will I know where to go?
The Welcoming Committee will have a greeter wearing a "Greeter" nametag in the front lobby. He or she will welcome you and gladly direct you to anything you need. They will invite you to fill out a name tag. Please sign our guestbook. This will ensure you receive several copies of our newsletter.
Do I need to dress up?
You will find attendees dressed in anything from casual to somewhat dressy styles. Smiles are most commonly worn! We are a Welcoming Congregation. Our members and friends include Christians, humanists, atheists, Wiccans, singles, couples and families, as well as heterosexual, gay, lesbian, and transgendered individuals.
Can I bring my children?
Quality nursery care is provided for children up to age three, but if you are more comfortable doing so, you are also welcome to keep babies with you during the service. On all but the final Sunday of each month, children in grades from K-6 attend their own worship service downstairs in the Children's Chapel beginning at 11 a.m. On the final Sunday of the month, children of this age group join adults and older youth for an intergenerational service in our upstairs Sanctuary. Junior High and High School students are encouraged to routinely attend the 11 a.m. service with their families.
Where do I go?
When you enter the sanctuary, you will be handed an Order of Service and a songbook. Have a seat in any chair. During the service, you are invited to stand and introduce yourself, but this is optional.
After the service, many people go downstairs to the Community Room for coffee. You are welcome to join us and mingle with our members and friends.
Some people arrive before 10:00 in order to attend Sunday Forum. (Read about next Sunday's Forum on the main page.)
We look forward to meeting you!