First-time Visitors

We are a Christ-centered, busy, mission-minded church and we are very glad to have you join with us.

Enter our church parking lot from Lindley Avenue.  The first five parking spaces on the left are reserved for visitors. On the right, there are ten spaces reserved for handicapped parking. 

As you face our church buildings from the parking lot, we have two entrances that each open onto a patio. The entrance through the gate on the left gives you access to the Church School Area, Chapel, Friendship Hall and Kitchen.  The entrance gate on the right leads to the front of our church facility. 

Come through the front doors into the narthex and our ushers will provide you with a Sunday program bulletin.  Please feel most welcome sit in any of the pews.  As well, take time to greet people and make new acquaintances.

Bibles are available in the pews and “United Methodist Hymnal” is used for most of our songs. Throughout the worship service, PowerPoint slides are projected at the front of the sanctuary for you to follow along.

Our Worship Service begins at 10:15 a.m. with an organ prelude and lighting of the candles. This is followed by a welcome from our pastor and announcements.  In your church bulletin, you will see that an asterisk indicates when it is appropriate for the congregation to stand.

During most Sunday services, “A Time for Children” is included.  It’s a wonderful way for kids to feel that they are truly a part of “Our Church.” Following this, the kids and teens will be dismissed to their classes.

The choir always adds a special anthem which is appropriate to the sermon or season of the year. 

After the worship service concludes at around 11:20 am, everyone is invited to gather on the patio or in the Fireside Room for refreshments.  This help us all get acquainted. 


The first Sunday of each month during the worship service we observe Holy Communion which is open to everyone professing Christ as their Lord and Savior.  

Our church facility is wheelchair accessible and we have large print Bibles, hymnals and hearing aid devices provided in the narthex.