What should I wear?
Well, to be honest, we don’t care too much about what people are wearing. We’re pretty sure Jesus didn’t, and that’s good enough for us. So whether your sleeves are tattooed or attached to an Oxford shirt, you’re welcome just as you are.
What do I do?
Once you clear the door, expect a warm greeting with optional handshake or fist bump. As dorky as it may be, we’re into name tags, so you’ll probably be offered one. We value getting to know one another and learning names is a great place to start.
If you’ve got children, head to the LifeKids desk and check them in. Grab water or coffee and and hang out until the music starts and the service kicks off.
What to Expect from LifeKids
While you’re attending the main service, our loving staff will be busy providing your kids with a fun, Christ-filled place to learn and play. In each age-appropriate class, kiddos will sing, craft, read and interact until you’re ready to pick them up.
We hope you’ll want some say in what happens next. The church isn’t a building or a service; it’s people and that makes it something of a fluid situation. We like it that way, just as long as we’re focused on living like Jesus and loving like Jesus.
For those of us who call this place home, we try to live our lives together as we fulfill that mission. We’ve got all kind of ways for you to get involved: maybe you keep visiting us on Sundays for a while or jump straight into something outside the service. Read about opportunities on here or visit the connect table in the lobby.
We want church to be something we do together within our everyday normal lives. We hope you’ll come back, build some relationships, and join us in figuring out what church means for you and us.
We’re glad you’re here.